Designing the coordinates of Jahadi culture in the middle and large companies

Document Type : Original Article


1 Faculty member of Tarbiat Modarres University

2 PhD student in Management, Tarbiat Modarres University

3 Professor, Tarbiat Modares University

4 Associate Professor Tarbiat Modares University


In recent years, Jahadi culture has been at the center of attention of the Supreme Leader as a management model and a way to overcome the impasses and problems facing organizations and companies. Then, designing the model of Jahadi culture is the target of this research in the middle and large companies of the industrial towns of Aran and Bidgol. For this purpose, in this research various qualitative and quantitative methods are exploited to design and verify this model. In this research, the model of Jahadi culture is designed based on three steps as concept related literature review, semi-structured interviews and Delphi method. In the first step, based on Jahadi culture related literature review, primary indicators of model were detected. At second step, based on semi-structured interviews by 20 Jahadi expert and based on the model assumptions, primary model of Jahadi culture was designed. At two step, based on three rounds of Delphi method between 30 panel experts, the model of Jahadi culture was verified. As a result, the model of jahadi culture was designed by four dimensions (Individual-personality, structural, behavioral and Jahadi values) and 56 indicators. Design of indicators was done by exploratory factor analysis and and confirmed by using confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling (LISREL software).


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