The past disorders of internal and external crises ever had the greatest impact on organizational performance. Organizational resilience is one of issue that has attracted expert’s attention in recent years, because of increasing disruption of the organizational processes of the various crises of political, economic, social, natural and human. The aim of this study is to determine and assess the organizational resiliency model based on influencial factors and outcomes that shows it’s result in an organization. This research is applied in purpose and descriptive in implementation.
In this research, 1400 managers and experts of cultural heritage participated in the Study based on the questionnaire, containing five different sets of items. At first, we explained Research totality. Then we explained Research literature, Research method and Information Analysis. The results show that the model has a good fit and verify hypotheses imply a significant positive correlation factors affecting the resilience and the consequences of its organizational resilience.


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