The Influence Of Technologies, Organizational Capabilities, And People On Organizational Performance In Electronic Manufacturing Industry.

Mohd Ali, Mohamed Fadzil (2016) The Influence Of Technologies, Organizational Capabilities, And People On Organizational Performance In Electronic Manufacturing Industry. PhD thesis, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

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    Abstract

    Pengajian ini mengaplikasikan teori sumber (RBV) dan teori kebolehupayaan dinamik untuk menangani masalah prestasi organisasi di dalam konteks industri perkilangan khususnya sektor elektrik dan elektronik. Bertepatan dengan teori yang digunakan, pemilihan sumber yang diadaptasikan berpandukan daripada model I-TOP yang diperakui mampu memastikan kejayaan sesebuah syarikat. Pengajian ini tidak hanya tertumpu pada prestasi syarikat di dalam keadaan biasa, malahan ia melampaui lebih dari itu dengan mengkaji bagaimana sesebuah syarikat dapat mengekalkan prestasi dalam keadaan persekitaran yang dinamik dan perubahan tidak terjangka. Pengurusan syarikat ketika keadaan tidak terjangka dan kehadiran pesaing boleh menggangu gugat prestasi sesebuah syarikat. Dengan memperkenalkan ketangkasan (agility) strategik di dalam sektor perkilangan, ia mampu memastikan kejayaan sesebuah syarikat boleh dicapai walaupun keadaannya terdedah kepada persekitaran yang dinamik. Thesis ini akan mengenalpasti pengaruh sumber antaranya: teknologi, kebolehupayaan organisasi, dan modal insan terhadap prestasi organisasi dan juga kesan ketangkasan strategik ketika keadaan suasana perniagaan yang dinamik dan perubahan tidak dijangka. Data yang di perolehi daripada kajian ini, dianalisa dengan teliti menggunakan kaedah persamaan struktur pemodelan (SEM). This study employs resources-based view (RBV) and dynamic capabilities theory to address organizational performance issues within the context of electrical and electronic (E&E) manufacturing sector. Consistent with the theory, resources which were based from I-TOP model are vital to the success and performance of a firm. This study also explores beyond the significance of resources which influence organizational performance in manufacturing sector. Managing business in a dynamic business environment and intense competition from rival firms has often lead to inconsistent performance especially during difficult period and unpredictable business environment. Instituting strategic agility in manufacturing sector has been identified as a strategy to succeed in current business trend where firms are frequently exposed to highly competitive and uncertain business environments. This thesis seeks to explore the influence of resources and strategic agility impact in dynamic business environment towards firms’ performance. The survey was carried out among E&E manufacturing firms in Malaysia. A total of 111 usable responses were received from the respondents. The data collected were thoroughly analyzed through structural equation modelling (SEM), including multi-group SEM analysis, as means to investigate all variables in the proposed framework and to confirm the hypothesis of interest.

    Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
    Subjects: H Social Sciences > HF Commerce > HF5001-6182 Business
    Divisions: Pusat Pengajian Siswazah Perniagaan (Graduate School of Business) > Thesis
    Depositing User: Mr Noorazilan Noordin
    Date Deposited: 24 Feb 2017 08:33
    Last Modified: 17 Apr 2017 14:23
    URI: http://eprints.usm.my/id/eprint/32206

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