The Role of Continuous Improvement Strategy (Kaizen) in Information Technology - Analytical Research at the State Company for Electrical and Electronic Industries
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The purpose of this study emerges from the fact that most organizations nowadays are suffering from waste of time, money, and energy. They are facing the dilemma of achieving the ultimate performance. Thus, and based on utilizing innovative and leading techniques and strategies, with fierce competition already figured out, the researcher distributed (144) surveys, which resulted in (108) of the total surveys available to be statistically analyzed. Each Purposive Sample comprises of (General Managers, Procurators, and Section Managers). The survey was built according to Likert Scale of Sample Members Response. This survey, which included (60) articles in total, adopted the strategy of personal interviews and field notes as auxiliary tools in the process of collection and analysis of statistical methods; most notably (SPSS, Amos). In addition to (Pearson Scale) of Coefficient of regression samples, and coefficient of correlation. All of that to highlight the outcomes of this research, which proved the validity of the assumptions that there is a relationship between Continuous Improvement (Kaizen), and Information Technology. If this strategy is vastly implemented within the communication networks infrastructures of research companies, it will lead to better investments via the means of customer communication, and information exchange.
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