The effect of re-engineering of administrative operations On strategic performance. (Engistrative) Case study; Jordanian companies of mining


The effect of re-engineering of administrative operations On strategic performance. (Engistrative) Case study; Jordanian companies of mining


Khaled Ebdah

Department of business administration University of taibahu. K.S.A

Global journal of Economics and Business Administration


This research purposes to recognize the effect of re-engineering of administrative operations( engistrative ) on strategic performance in Jordanian companies of mining ; and reach the recommendations that aim to increase the necessity of this side to ameliorate the strategic performance level in these companies from the financial sides ; operational and competitive sides , this research also includes recognizing the effect of personal variables ( gender ; age ; years of experience ; administrative level and scientific qualification) on strategic performance ; whereas this research depends on the descriptive analytical curriculum ; using the questionnaire to study the opinions of sample of research that composes 55 persons like an average ( 15.7%) from the society of research.
And this research confirms an effect with statical indication ( a< 05.0) for the dimension of re-engineering of the operations ( administrative settlement ; culture of organization and readiness to change ) jointly and separately on strategic performance of mining companies .The results also approved no differences related with statical significance on the significance level ( a > 05) in strategic performance of the mining companies attributed to personal and functional variables ( gender, age ) , The results also approved differences related with statical significance on the significance level ( a > 05) in strategic performance of the mining companies attributed to the variables (scientific qualification , scientific experience and administrative level ) .
The research recommended a number of recommendations, the most important; work on the application of the concept of operations re-engineering to increase its ability to ameliorate the strategic performance by supporting creators and motivating them , adopting their ideas , assigning them with works show their intellectual challenges and sharpen their spirit of creation , also encouraging them to be against the familiar from typical specific thinking to a thinking characterized by variety , authenticity and innovation , and changing the methods of work , its ways and its measures and increasing the attention to the human origin and work on acquiring it the appropriate technical skills which according to business requirements . In addition to the appropriate attention to raise this level and increase it. And that requires work on finding out their performance restrictions by doing more researches about this side and work on clearing it or decreasing it.


Keywords: re-engineering, administrative operations, strategic performance, strategic performance

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Khaled ebdah.The effect of re-engineering of administrative operations on strategic performance. (Engistrative) Case study; Jordanian companies of mining. Global journal of Economics and Business Administration, 2017, 2: 2. DOI:10.28933/gjeba-2017-04-1801


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