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International Conference on Computer Technology and Development, 3rd (ICCTD 2011)
Jianhong Zhou
Jianhong Zhou
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Today, IT is an important part of human life and does things more efficiently with Lower costs, less time and More Quality. The purpose of this study the effectiveness of IT courses on employee performance Islamic Azad University-IAU (Qaemshahr Branch, IRAN). Statistical population of this descriptive study is 498people and the sample size based on Krejcie and Morgan table was 217. Because of different objectives and indexes related to performance effectiveness, we used Multiple Attribute Decision Making with TOPSIS method for data analysis in which distance of indexes from positive and negative ideal points were evaluated. The results show that in managers group relatively improving abilities, occupational knowledge and objective realization had the highest impact and planning and decision making had the lowest impact. In Staff's group relatively improving occupational knowledge, improving quality, skills level and abilities had the highest impact and reducing costs, typing letters, occupational motivation, planning, and access to scientific resources and organizing had the lowest impact. In comparison of these indexes and their impact on managers and staff, we can say IT course's implementation was effective on IAU workers and gender and organizational posts had no impact on IT training effectiveness.

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1 Introduction
2. Materials and Methods
3. Results and Discussion
4. Conclusion
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