The Effect of Re-engineering of Administrative Processes in Achieving the Competitive Advantage of Sustainable in Five-Star Hotels in Jordan - Field Study

Suleiman Mustafa EL-Dalahmeh

Abstract


The main aim of the research was to identify the effect of Re-engineering of Administration Processes in Achieving the competitive Advantage of Sustainable in Five Star Hotels in Jordan. To achieve the objective of this study, a questionnaire distributed on 120 persons in Five Star Hotels in Jordan. 90 returned with a rate of 75%. The results of the study showed that there is a significant statistical effect at the level of significance of α ≤ 0.05 for the re - engineering of administrative processes in achieving sustainable competitive advantage in five - star hotels in Jordan in the following dimensions:

* - Leadership * - Ability to analyze * - Advanced design * - Organizational communication * - Continuous improvement

Strategic Planning. The total score of the mean of the study instrument was 4.43 and with a standard deviation of 0.35 and 88.6% at a very high degree.

The results of the statistical analysis revealed the realization of the sample of the study in the investigated hotels, the extent of the effect of re-engineering the administrative processes in all its dimensions in achieving the competitive advantage.

Based on the results of hypotheses tested, the six null hypotheses of the study were rejected. In the light of the findings, the researcher recommended that:

1- The need to convince the management of hotels and hotel staff the importance of the application of re-engineering of administrative processes to achieve competitive advantage sustainable

2- Utilizing the potential of graduates of new universities from the faculties of economics, administrative sciences and information technology. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ajfa.v11i1.14353

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