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The Impact of Electronic Management on the Employees' Performance Field Study on the Public Organizations and Governance in Jerash Governorate

Khaled Adnan Bataineh

Journal of Management and Strategy, 2017, vol. 8, issue 5, 86-100

Abstract: The study aimed at knowing the impact of Electronic management on the employees' performance- a field study that was applied on the public organization in Jerash Governorate, the researcher followed the descriptive analytical approach, then analyze the relationship between the independent variable (Electronic management) and the dependent variable (employees' performance), aiming at knowing the impact of the independent variable on the dependent variable. In order to achieve the study goal, a 24 paragraphs questionnaire was developed to gather the initial information from the study population, then analyze these information using SPSS V 22. The study found that the requirements of Electronic management are available in the public governance in Jerash, and the results showed a significant positive relationship between all dimensions of Electronic management and employees' performance. The study provided a group of recommendations to speed up adopting the electronic management in the public governance in Jordan specially in Jerash; one of the most important recommendations was the continuous follow up on applying the concepts of Electronic management in the different public, private, and service governance in order to keep up with the challenges and development and focus on accessibility and globalization and providing the possible services, within a comprehensive functional model to satisfy the widest slice of the community as soon as possible and in the least cost possible.

Keywords: electronic management; hardware and software; databases; business networks; information systems and technology experts; employees' performance; public governance in Jerash (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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DOI: 10.5430/jms.v8n5p86

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