A survey on the level of Organization Agility and proposition of a Comprehensive model (the case of Nir Pars Company)

Mitra Kooche Moshki, Hadi Teimouri

Abstract


Rapid developments in present age on the one hand, and the conditions prevailing national firms and presence in the international arena on the other hand requires considering necessary strategies to compete in the global arena. In order to survive in this competitive era, organizations must think about reducing response times and improving flexibility in performing tasks. Doing so requires the creation of entirely new form of organization. On this basis, moving an enterprise towards agility as a new approach in the path to change is vital.

The purpose of this article is to explore the level of organization agility and propose a comprehensive model for Nir Pars Company. This is an applied, descriptive-correlation research, conducted by survey methodology. A collection of 400 experts and managers of different organizational levels of Nir Company were chosen as the statistical population of the study and a batch of 240 persons were chosen by simple random sampling. Library method was used for data gathering to form the theoretical foundations of the research, and we used our own questionnaire to confirm or refute the research hypotheses; which has the required reliability and validity (Cronbach's alpha coefficient of 0.964). To explore the relationships between the elements of the Model, factor analysis and structural equation modeling techniques were used. According to achieved results, the organization agility exceeds 0.80(for all parameters of the model).


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v3i3.4271

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