Diagnosis of the relationship between employees empowerment and strategic dexterity A survey of the views of a sample of teaching staff at the Cihan University
The present study sought to determine the nature of the correlation and impact relationship between the dimensions of employees empowerment and strategic dexterity at Cihan University/Erbil under study. The study was based on the development of a questionnaire consisting of (34) paragraphs for the purpose of measuring the dimensions and variables according to the Likert scale of five weights. As a mechanism for this study in achieving its objectives, two main hypotheses were developed indicating a significant correlation between the dimensions of employees empowerment and strategic dexterity (collectively and individually). And a significant effect on the dimensions of employees empowerment in the strategic dexterity (collectively and individually). The questionnaire was distributed to the functional and teaching staff at the researched university. The study chose a random sample of (75) forms, of which 58 were valid for analysis, ie, the response rate was 77.33%. The study used statistical methods to process, analyze and reach the results by adopting the SPSS program.
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