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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 12, December 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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The Influence Of Managerial Autonomy On Financial Excellence: Mediating Role Of Stakeholder Integration Within Financial Sector

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Marwan Mohamed Abu Orabi, Dr. Murad Mohammed Gafil Al Kaseasbeh

 

KEYWORDS

Integration, Autonomy, communication, Ethics, Managerial Autonomy, Organizational Excellence

 

ABSTRACT

Current study aimed at studying the impact of adopting managerial autonomy on reaching financial excellence through managerial autonomy's influence on stakeholder integration. Depending on quantitative approach; researcher adopted questionnaire and distributed on (200) individuals within the Financial Jordanian sector. Results of study indicated that managerial autonomy can deliver the organization to financial excellence through stakeholder integration and communication channels which can be embraced between stakeholders and employees in organization. Study recommended defining scientific methodologies to reach clear concept of self-management requirements in order to achieve financial excellence and follow the best model to support the idea and concept of excellence, and developing and updating the organizational structure connected to authority distribution, empowerment and decision-making according to the organization's needs for tasks, responsibilities, systems and organizational regulations.

 

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