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Ghobadi Lamooki L, Salehi M, Saffariyan Hamedani S. The Role of Paradox Control Cognitive Strategies on the Sustainability of Manpower Agility. RJMS 2024; 31 (1) :1-8
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Associate Professor, Department of Educational Management, Sari Branch, Islamic Azad University, Sari, Iran. , drsalehi@iausari.ac.ir
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Background & Aims: The early theorists of the paradox, using philosophy and psychology, have proven the greatest challenge for managers today is the effect of managing the paradox and understanding the individual's approach to tensions on the development of people's comfort. They know the solution. These people are looking for a temporary solution while the underlying tension is likely to remain and will return. On the other hand, some others accept tensions as normal and even embrace them. And they guide them by taking actions that are successful in the term of paralysis. Because they have to quickly adapt to new technologies and work methods to maintain their efficiency. With the paradox point of view about the sustainability of organizations, the tensions between desirable and at the same time interdependent and sometimes contradictory goals of sustainability such as environmental protection and social welfare are clearly exchanged. And by accepting such tensions, a paradoxical attitude enables decision makers to achieve competitive sustainability through achieving goals simultaneously. So; Applying the appropriate strategy to curb and simultaneously present dualities in the university by injecting dynamism, agility in human resources, capabilities and the normal flow of affairs will bring about vast and radical changes in the system. Therefore, the researcher seeks to find out what is the role of paradox control cognitive strategy on the sustainability of human resource agility?
Methods: In terms of descriptive method, the current research was a survey type, which was conducted with a mixed method (qualitative and quantitative). The statistical population of the professors of Azad University of Mazandaran province is 10 people who are experts in the field of research and have a doctorate degree (educational management and higher education, public administration with a focus on human resources management, business management with a focus on strategic management), scientific rank. Associate professors and above, with an educational experience of more than 10 years, and having three articles on the subject of the research were identified and their opinions were used in the qualitative section. In the quantitative part, the statistical population includes all heads and vice-presidents of units, heads of faculties, heads of departments, officials of affairs (administrative, financial, educational, student and research) in 13 units of the Islamic Azad University of Mazandaran province with different academic degrees. In the academic year 2018-2019, there were 341 people whose opinions were used in a small part. Also, after carrying out the qualitative phase of the research and applying the results to the proposed primary model, to determine the components of each of the variables and items in the design of the questionnaire based on the secondary model, from the researches studied and the standard questionnaires based on this researches; It was presented, it was used, and finally, the quantitative part of the questionnaire was presented.
Results: The results confirmed the role of paradox control cognitive strategy on the sustainability of human resource agility and also identified four components of individuality, occupational health, stress and emotional intelligence in the dimension of cognitive strategy.
Conclusion: Finally, one of the major goals of the university, the era of management has come to an end through the logic foreseen in advance. In these conditions, chaos and disorder causes extensive and radical changes in the organization, traditional methods are no longer responsive; Therefore, the higher education system and universities need forms of agility. And one of the characteristics of an agile university is that it is sensitive to environmental changes and has the necessary speed to adapt to changes; Therefore, according to the central role of universities in human development, in strengthening and expanding culture, increasing self-awareness and self-confidence of society, its management system should be sensitive to the paradoxes and tensions caused by it and in line with solving human problems. be accountable; One of the features that can be helpful to managers and employees in responding to changes is the cognitive strategy of controlling the paradox that human resources can achieve productivity, satisfaction, and commitment at the same time as organizational goals.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical Psychiatry

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