The Effect of CT on HRMS: Case of Automobile Industry in Iran

Mohammad Esmaeil Ansari, Ali Shaemi, Ali Atafar, Vahid Ghasemi, Ali Safari


The objective of this article is to develop a model of core technology (CT) that would effect on one of the most
important inter-organizational variables, the human resource management system (HRMS) in automobile
industry in Iran. The statistical population consists of all automobile manufacturing plants in Iran and sample
size is 4 plants. The data gathering tools consist of two questionnaires. 269 copies were distributed, only 78%
responded that were analyzed in order to test the conceptual model. The structural equations modeling (SEM)
and crossover regression analysis have been applied. The major question of this study referring to the effect of
CT on HRMS with respect to SEM related indexes and crossover regression analysis had statistical significance
when the proposed model evolved.

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