Determining the Relationship between Organizational Agility and Work Organization in Branches of Saman Bank in Isfahan
|Author(s)||by Sayyed Mohsen Allameh, Reza Ansari, Mina Mohammadi, Kianoosh Kianpur, Sharareh Ghazinour Naeini|
|Keywords||organizational agility, work organization, value-creating capabilities.|
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In modern world, complexity, instability and unpredictability of environmental changes and conceptions of traditional design have influenced organizations. Thus, organizations must be able to respond to these changes and move toward agility. Accordingly, agility is defined as the organization ability to identify the need to change in internal and external sources so that the changes will take place uniform and the operation will be kept beyond average level. The present research intends to investigate the relationship between organization agility and work organization in branches of Saman Bank in Isfahan. So by using an agility model, organization agility in work organization will be investigated. The questions of the questionnaire will measure each of the variables and determine the goodness of fit model and the developed structural model. There is a significant and positive relationship between research variables so that all the hypotheses are approved. Furthermore, in order to determine the reliability of the questionnaire Cronbach’s alpha is used and to determine its validity, visual and structural validity is used. In this research, PLS method is used for data analysis and testing the hypotheses. The results obtained from the research states that the model applied in the study was an appropriate theoretical model for predicting the agility impact on work organization.
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