Endeavor Agility on Consumption Value through Affirming an Acceptable Degree of Utilization Esteem for New Items
Kaouther Znaidi and
Mir Nimer Abdul Qayum
International Journal of Economics & Business Administration (IJEBA), 2020, vol. VIII, issue 2, 19-34
Purpose: This comparative study holistically assesses the agility that turns into the standard of business and methods for progress. Design/Methodology/Approach: The contribution and the relevant methodology based on a duality of purposes. They are (i) quantitative research system that utilized to complete the investigation and (ii) both fundamental and auxiliary sources used to assemble information. Findings: Based on the holistically implied arguments and yielded results, it proposed that the writing audit results various parameters to clarify nimbleness and utilization esteems, which utilized to build a survey. At that point, the examination led to design a fitting example between use esteems and hidden agility measurements. Practical implications: Addressing to dual purposes, this study sheds new light on the Mall-intercept method block strategy that utilized to gather reactions. Originality/Value: Although this study organically builds upon recent studies, this area gives a detail examination of the investigation. The survey has a field containing the segment profile of the respondents. This examination applies the utilization esteem model as the essential system, which incorporated the practical worth, the social worth, the passionate worth, the epistemic worth, and the restrictive worth.
Keywords: Enterprise agility; consumption value; consumer satisfaction; new product. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M14 M20 M21 M30 M31 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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