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Articles by Sepideh Mohammadiafshar
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  Hamid Taboli , Sepideh Mohammadiafshar and Samira Baniasadi
  Nowadays with the development of public sector in Iran’s economy and the dearth of HR sources, reviewing and the observation of the methods of executing management on HR sources in this sector is not only essential but also inevitable. In this respect, the methods of decision making are of paramount importance. With the importance attached to the process of decision making in public organizations, the purpose of the present study is identification and prioritizing the challenges ahead of HR organization managers in making rational decisions in public organizations. In this study, the researcher used a field study. The population of this study was chosen from HR organization managers and the related organizations to the power ministry in Kerman province. Tools were use for gathering data was questionnaire; validity and reliability are accounted 0.88 and 0.75 for rational decision constraints. Questionnaires after distributing the questionnaires, the data were analyzed using SPSS Software. Descriptive statistics (mean, median, etc.) as well as frequency distribution and descriptive statistics were used for describing the demographic index and Kolmogorouf-Smirn of test was used to check normal distribution of the variables. For the examination of hypothesis 1-5 (with the condition of being normally distributed) a one-way t-test was used. Redman test was also used for prioritizing the obstacles of rational decision making process. All of the five hypotheses were accepted. The findings suggest obstacles of rational decision making in the whole population include: “lack of HR managers access to reliable information”, “lack of a general assessment measure”, “lack of HR managers expertise”, “lack of the congruity between managers experience and their rational decision making process”, “lack of sufficient time for exploration” respectively in descending order of significance in rational decision making among HR managers affiliated with the power ministry in Kerman.
 
 
 
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