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Purpose: The purpose of this research is to design a model for intergenerational knowledge sharing in the car leasing industry.
Method: This applied research was conducted with a mixed exploratory method. The statistical population of this research is divided into two parts, in the first (qualitative) part, the statistical population consisted of 17 experts in the leasing industry who were selected in a targeted way, and in the second (quantitative) part, the statistical population consisted of 970 employees. were employed in the car leasing industry, based on Cochran's formula and 22% increase of the minimum sample, 336 people were selected by simple random method for the sample. The method of collecting information was library and field method with semi-structured interview tools and questionnaire. MAXQDA and SMART PLS software environment were used to analyze the obtained data.
Findings: The findings showed that the components (knowledge sharing, external environment, innovation, foresight, reaction, analytical, information technology governance, organizational structure, learning organization, organizational learning, knowledge management) on knowledge sharing between Nesli has a direct and significant impact on the leasing industry.
Conclusion: according to the obtained analysis and identification of components (knowledge sharing, external environment, innovation, foresight, reaction, analytical, information technology governance, organizational structure, learning organization, organizational learning, knowledge management), It can be concluded that all these components are a suitable model for improving the performance of the car leasing industry, and it is recommended that this model be considered to advance the goals and success of this industry.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special

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