An investigation into the Relationship between Business Processes Re-engineering (BPR) and Employees' Performance

An empirical study at the Jordanian public shareholding companies

  • Mahmood Ridha Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, Jordan
  • Al-Fawaeer Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, Jordan
Keywords: Business Processes Re-engineering, Employees' Performance, Organization performance

Abstract

This study is aiming at exploring and analyzing the relationship between the three dimensions of Business Re-engineering Processes (Organization’s Structural, Procedural and Technological) (BPR) and the three aspects of employees' performance (knowledge, skill, and attitude). The main results of this study have revealed that there is a positive, strong, and significant relationship between the BPR dimensions and employee performance. It also indicates that there is a statistically significant effect of the BPR dimensions on the employee’s performance.

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Published
2019-06-28
How to Cite
Ridha, M., & Al-Fawaeer, M. (2019). An investigation into the Relationship between Business Processes Re-engineering (BPR) and Employees’ Performance. Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research, 17(1), 5-17. Retrieved from https://www.reaser.eu/ojs/ojs-3.1.2-1/index.php/REASER/article/view/6