The present study was aimed to investigate the effectiveness of Luthans intervention program on Academic and Organizational Procrastination.
the research was quasi-experimental with pretest-posttest design. The population consisted of PNU students of Natanz in the academic year 1395 who were studying and working full time. Out of the 300 students, 50 were randomly selected and put into two groups of 25, one for academic and another one for organizational procrastination. The instruments were two questionnaires of Academic Procrastination (Solomon & Rothblum) and Organizational Procrastination (Safary Nia & Amirkhani Razilighy). After the implementation of the questionnaires, Luthans Intervention Program was applied to the experimental group. Then, Post-test and follow-up were implemented for both groups in two phases. Multivariate analysis of covariance was used to analyze the data.
The results showed that compared with the control group, both of the dependent variables in the experimental group were reduced significantly. The results of the Post-test and follow-up reflected the effectiveness and stability of the intervention.
It can be stated that psychological Capital Intervention Model has been effective on decreasing Academic and organizational procrastination. Therefore, it can be an appropriate strategy to reduce Academic and organizational procrastination.