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Comparing and Ranking of Motivational Strategies from Viewpoint of Human Resources based on a Hybrid Approach (Case Study: PNU Lorestan Area in Iran)

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The purpose of this research is Compare and Ranking of Motivational Strategies from the viewpoint of human resources of PNU Lorestan base hybrid approach. In the present study because of the complexity of the design matrix, we selected a sample of members 41 members from statistical population (members of the faculty, managers and employees). Based on analysis of the data using Shanon Software, two criteria of Providing material needs and providing social needs had the highest weights (Wj = 0.200 and Wj = 0.1150) in determining strategies for motivating and strengthening the organizational communication and achievement and expectations had the lowest weight (Wj = 0.06(. Based on the analysis on data by TOPSIS algorithm, Encourage and reward strategy and optimization programs of compensation had Value (Ci = 0.8328070and Ci = 0.813819) with the first priority and the strategy of decentralization had the second priority and floating time of working had (Ci = 0.2964930 and Ci = 0.2377870) the last priority. Based the Saw technique, incentives and rewards (appreciation) strategy and Optimize compensation plans were the first and second priorities respectively. Based on data analysis by Hybrid approach (Topsis and Saw), incentives and rewards (appreciation) strategy and Optimize compensation plans were the first and second priority respectively.
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