Human resource practices in promoting the creative behavior of workers An analytical study of the opinions of a sample of faculty members in private colleges / Babylon Governorate
Keywords:Human resources, creative behavior, workers
The study aimed at dedicating the flexibility of human resources represented by (skills flexibility, flexibility of behavior, flexibility of human resources practices) in promoting creative behavior representing in (exploring opportunity, generating the idea, promoting the idea, and executing the idea), and therefore the questionnaire tool was used to measure the availability of study variables in a sample of faculty members in the private colleges/ Babil province. (250) questionaires were distributed, (232) of them were returned which are analyzable.In order to reveal the nature of the results the study is seeking to achieve, a range of statistical tools must be used which are : natural distribution, structural modelling Cronbach’s alpha coefficient , arithmetic mean, standard deviation, Pearson correlation coefficient, and regression coefficients extracted by (AMOS. V.23), therefore, the results of the research showed that there is a correlation and significance impact of the flexibility of human resources in promoting creative behavior. One of the most important results of the study was that the variable flexibility of human resources got a high degree of importance according to the answers of the sample members, which indicates that private universities and colleges are highly interested in the flexibility of human resources and this indicates the importance of adaptation and response factors that the employees have and the possibility to sustain them through learning and development factors and acquiring additional skills at the level of practicing administrative, technical and teaching activities.
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