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        1 - Explorating and Validating the Talent Management’ Model in Academic Organizational Capacity: A Mixed Method Research
        jafar torkzadeh فاطمه زینعلی Mehdi Mohammadi GHasem Salimi
        The purpose of this study was Explorating and Validating the Talent Management’ Model in Academic Organizational Capacity. The research design was a sequential exploratory mixed method and research method in the qualitative sector Meta-synthesis. Data were extracted fro More
        The purpose of this study was Explorating and Validating the Talent Management’ Model in Academic Organizational Capacity. The research design was a sequential exploratory mixed method and research method in the qualitative sector Meta-synthesis. Data were extracted from 63 qualitative studies, which included 120 validated internal and external scientific databases and criteria for inclusion. After analyzing the data, 16 basic themes related to talent management were identified. Then, 16 basic themes were grouped into 4 first level organizing themes including human resource management, human resource competencies, student management, and job responsibilities of faculty members, and accordingly the themes network was drawn up. In the quantitative part, the research method was descriptive survey and the research variables included the dimensions of talent management. The statistical population in this section consisted of managers and heads of different departments of universities across the country who were selected as the research participants using purposeful sampling approach and key informants sampling method, 60 people were selected as research participants. The research instrument is a researcher-made scale of talent management model that is derived from the qualitative stages of the research. Confirmatory factor analysis, correlation of each item with total score and Cronbach's alpha were used for statistical analysis. The results showed that according to the respondents' viewpoints, the job responsibilities of the faculty members of Human Resources Management and Human Resources Competencies had the highest to the least explanatory power, respectively. It should be noted that student management does not explain talent management. Manuscript profile