The impact of electronic management on human resource development: An applied study on teachers of the Ministry of Education


  • Dr. Ibrahem Abdelkareem Al-zawahreh
  • Dr. Laith ibrahim Al-zawahreh



electronic management, human resource development, Jordanian Ministry of Education


In the contemporary age, authorities strive to offer academic facilities to people that utilize the online surroundings and digital administration in order to give resources to the greatest population as quickly as feasible and with the superior products in pursuit of the administration's and societies common interest. The purpose of the research was to determine the effect of electronic administration on the growth of human assets at the Jordanian Ministry of Education in the Middle Area. Utilizing a survey given to the departments and agencies of schooling in the Middle Area of Jordan, the research included both the analytical and descriptive approaches. The research sample comprised of (400) respondents who were dispersed among (management staff, instructors of basic education, and instructors of higher schooling) in the education ministry. The research depends on data analysis including descriptive analysis (percents and rates, arithmetic averages and standard deviations) and operational statistics (multiple regression test) as well as the study assumptions. The research indicated that digital administration facilitates extensive connection among school and community instructors through the interconnected medium. In addition, it strengthens the concept of confidentiality in online transactions, establishes efficient ways to interact with the society, offers a digital archiving scheme, and facilitates the organization of relationships and the division of work and obligations within the school. The research advised enhancing the school's electronic planning to keep up with current worldwide advancements in the area of connections and to assist in the delivery of dependable products of the best standard.