عنوان مقاله [English]
Considering the increase in droughts, measuring the capacity of agricultural management institutions to adapt farmers to drought seems necessary. Assessing the performance effectiveness of these organizations to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the organizations and providing solutions to reduce these problems would also be helpfull. This research was conducted in cooperation with the staffs of Agricultural Jihad Organization of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province. In this research the dimensions and criteria used in the so called Gupta adaptive capacity wheel were used to conduct a questionnaire survey to measure the organizational capacity regarding drought adaptation. Organizational performance effectiveness was also measured through a parallel survey. Our aim was to investigate the relationship between institutional capacity and the organizational performance effectiveness. Data analysis indicates that more than half of the employees believe that the organization's institutional performance is weak. Analysis of the relationship between institutional capacity and organizational effectiveness through multivariate regression shows that there is a significant relationship between institutional capacity and organizational performance. Finally according to findings, three dimensions of institutional capacity including good governance, leadership and resources explain about 89% of the changes in institutional effectiveness.
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