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Factor analysis of organizational capabilities under studied in Isfahan Foolad Technique Co

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posted on 2023-05-20, 22:34 authored by Sonia Sadeghian EsfahaniSonia Sadeghian Esfahani, Soltani, I, Jafarpisheh, J
In challenging competitive environment that organizations are facing and considering lack of resources, those organizations are more successful that can identify the more powerful and important ones (from strategic viewpoint) among similar resources called “core assets of organization”, and use this recognized capabilities and competencies in order to achieve higher productivity and establishing competitive barriers against their competitors. So, in current research we collect 90 components as “core assets of organization” according to experts and expert managers, and making a bank of resources and assets and then score them, according to Saati spectrum, in questionnaires based on two indices: relative power of component in organization and its strategic importance. 108 members of managers of different levels of Foolad Technique Co. forming the sample size of this research and then they are randomly selected according to Morgan table from a 150 member community For this questionnaire, total Chronbach’s alpha coefficient, mean and variance are 0.925,4.929 and 1.21 respectively. 90 above factors are analyzed based on each index and results showed that in company, there are 12 type of groups according to component relative power and 7 type of groups according to strategic importance.


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International Journal of Economy, Management and Social Sciences








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Copyright 2013 Int. j. econ. manag. soc. sci. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC 3.0)

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Industrial relations; Management; Productivity (excl. public sector)