Reality of Use of Electronic Management and its Impact on Job Performance in Tafila Technical University
Mohammad Ali Ibrahim Alkhsabah ()
International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, 2017, vol. 7, issue 1, 329-341
This study aims to identify reality of use of electronic management and its impact on job performance in Tafila Technical University (TTU). To achieve the objective of the study, a questionnaire has been designed and developed to collect data, which distributed to the sampling units; (260) employees working at TTU. The study concludes that the application level of e-management is high according to perceptions of the sampling units where the arithmetic mean is (4.10), and the relative importance is (82%). The study shows that there is a statistically significant effect of use of e-management in job performance; and that e-management dimensions explain (58.3%) of variation in job performance. The study recommends that the current applicable legislation and regulations should be developed so that they keep pace with the electronic transactions resulting from emanagement, material, human and technical potentials necessary for supporting the application of emanagement in all administrative works in TTU should be provided.
Keywords: E-Management; Job Performance; TTU (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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