In today's competitive world, economic development will not be possible without entrepreneurial human resources. Meanwhile, the education system plays an important role in cultivating such forces for the country, because it is impossible to train entrepreneurial human resources with non-entrepreneurial teachers, and Farhangian University is the core of the entrepreneurial human resource development system. Therefore,the present study aimed to provide a model for the development of entrepreneurial human resources and its validation.
The present study is a methodological study that was conducted with a qualitative-quantitative approach. In the qualitative section, 19 experts and activists in the field of entrepreneurship and policy-making in the field of human resources at Farhangian University in the first six months of 2020 participated in an in-depth semi-structured interview using targeted sampling. To analyze the semi-structured interviews, the foundation data strategy, and the systematic design of Strauss and Corbin (2014) were used to design the model used. Then, with the MAXQDA software version 12, the concepts of the interviews were extracted and the main and sub-variables were obtained. In the quantitative section, to validate the proposed model, a researcher-made questionnaire was prepared and after ensuring formal and content validity among 74 members of the faculty of Farhangian University, the second version was analyzed by simple random sampling of statistical data with PLS software.
In the qualitative section, 14 pivotal categories were identified in five axes: contextual, causal conditions, strategies, intervening factors, and consequences. In the quantitative section, the results of confirmatory factor analysis (x2/df=2.09, RMR = 0.1, GFI = 0.9, NFI = 0.9, CFI = 0.9, IFI = 0.9, TLI=0.8) showed that the pattern designed for the entrepreneurial human resource development system in students has a very good.
In the qualitative section, 14 key categories including socio-cultural factors, economic factors, institutional factors, strategies, management, material and immaterial resources, development, motivation, the academic community, social development, desirable entrepreneurial ecosystem, university level and education system in improving the development system. Entrepreneur-oriented human resources were identified in students. Also, considering the positive role of entrepreneurship and the importance of this category, it is suggested that the entrepreneurial human resources course be included in the students' curriculum.
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