Technological and Structural Inputs for the Purposes of Strategic Change in Business Organizations: An Empirical Study at Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization
Keywords:Strategic Change, Business Organizations, Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, Jordan
This study aimed to identify the obstacles to achieving ongoing strategic changes in business organizations within the framework of transition to electronic systems and the analysis of these obstacles in order to reach more effective in dealing with the recommendations. The study population consisted of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh International Inc. A staff of 300 employees was selected from the staff Talal Abu Ghazaleh organization. It was the use of statistical package (SPSS) to find averages, standard deviations, and the relative importance of the answers to the study sample. The study found that levels of variation (difference) in the circuit between the administrative case activities before and after the web was the medium run, the administrative confusion levels that you get as a result of the electronic network downtime in the company were low, and the usual temporal dimensions of the cases of administrative confusion in cases of electronic network was low crashes, the employment levels of the following methods in order to avoid cases of electronic network stopped at the company was a medium, and the levels of employment of roads therapeutically for cases when the electronic network stopped at the company was usually moderate.
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