Strategic Architecture and its Role in Promoting Organizational Sustainability:An Analytical Study of the Opinions of a Sample of Workers atMinistry of Interior
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The study aimed to determine the impact of strategic architecture on enhancing organizational sustainability, and to reveal whether there is a relationship of significance between strategic architecture and organizational sustainability. In order to achieve the objectives of the study, a questionnaire was used as a tool to collect data, the validity of the tool and its stability were verified. The descriptive and analytical approach wasthe methodusedin the study, and the study community consisted of a sample of officers and employees of the Ministry of Interior working in directorates, departments and divisions of Planning andFollow-up. A random sample of (151) officers representing the original community was chosen from the total number of the study community.The research concluded that the practice of strategic architecture in the Ministry of Interior leads to organizational sustainability at work, the development of administrative work and the improvement of performance through practices that lead to preserving the Ministry's resources and sustainable technologies forwork completion.
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