Purpose: The purpose of this study is to develop a human capital productivity model in revolutionary institutions that is classified in terms of practical-developmental purpose and hybrid or hybrid approach.
Design/ Methodology/ Approach: The statistical population of the study is in the qualitative part of organizational experts in the field of human resources and in the quantitative part it includes managers and experts in the field of human resources (33 persons). Due to the limited statistical population and accessibility, the census method was used. The qualitative part of the interview tool and the quantitative part of the questionnaire tool for data collection and the method of structural-partial least squares equations were used to test the hypotheses and fit the model.
Research Findings: Due to the composite reliability and Cronbach's alpha coefficients for all constructs (greater than 0.7) and mean variance (greater than 0.5), reliability and validity of the research instrument were acceptable. According to the results, the factor loadings of all the reagents in the 14 components of the research model were greater than 0.4 and at the significant level of 5% error, which confirmed the factor loadings of the research measurement model. According to the values of the share index, the common average and the average redundancy of the model for all the variables show that the qualitative evaluation of the model is at the desired level and the model is confirmed.
Limitations & Consequences: Impossibility of interview with the employees of all revolutionary institutions with the purpose of more richness of the results, is the main limitation of this research.
Practical Consequences: The research model, by calculating all possible dimensions affecting productivity and using the path-structural modeling technique, while identifying the factors, examines the indirect effects of the dimensions and components of the designed model. This model has a systemic approach to the productivity of human capital. In this way, in addition to focusing on systemic factors, it examines the pervasive environment (extra-organizational environment) and environmental influences.
Innovation or value of the Article: This study presents the model of human capital productivity in revolutionary institutions and so far no such article has dealt with the productivity of human capital in the institution, which is why it is innovative.