Year 2019, Volume 5 , Issue 14, Pages 1036 - 1049 2019-09-15

THE USE OF MEASUREMENT MODEL OF STRATEGIC AGILITY AMONG LARGE AND MEDIUM-SIZE MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN YEMEN

Maged Barahma [1] , Kalsom Binti Ali [2] , Mohammad Nashief [3]


This study aims to identify and validate the structural composition and validity of the model content of measuring the strategic agility among large and medium-size manufacturing companies in Yemeni. The report of the World Bank (2015) revealed a decline in the contribution of the Yemeni manufacturing sector in the GDP for the year 2015 (6.4%) after it was (24%) in 2010, of the difficulties in marketing their products in the Yemeni market. The study objectives are: analysis of strategic agility, analysis of the factors of strategic agility, and measuring the model of agility strategic.The study population were (554) industrial companies, the researcher chose a simple random sample of (226) companies. The strategic agility was measured by (Sambamurthy et al., 2003) scale, distributed to 310 sample members (heads of companies and their deputies). The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics via SPSS, EFA, and CFA In the light of the results, the study concluded: the validity of the model of the model of dynamic agility, its structural composition, its latent dimensions, And the paragraphs included in each of these dimensions, which amounted to (17) paragraph, included the first dimension (ease of movement of customers) on (4) paragraphs out of (6) paragraphs, as well as the second dimension (operational agility) on (5) paragraphs of the quorum (6) paragraphs, in addition to the third dimension (ease of movement partnership), which contains (5) paragraphs. Accordingly, the results proved valid and the consistency of the content of the model of this scale, and that it has met all the quality indicators of conformity and typical symmetry with the current sample population and sample.
strategic agility, Yemeni companies, manufacturing
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Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Maged Barahma (Primary Author)
Country: Malaysia


Author: Kalsom Binti Ali
Country: Malaysia


Author: Mohammad Nashief
Country: Malaysia


Dates

Publication Date : September 15, 2019

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