Using Effective Factors in Employees Empowerment of Industrial Organizations with Analytic Network Approach (ANP) Case Study: Textile Factories of Qom Province

Hamideh Shekari, Ali Rabiee, Mohamad Ali Afshari, Mona Ahani

Abstract


Empowering employees should be one of the most important tasks of organization in competitive benefits and its living. Empowering can be counted as the golden key in exploiting all physical and mental abilities of the most important investment meaning human being. Organization regarding complex environment of outside are the powers that can quickly give positive answer to the external environment and this item is not be produced with empowerment. In this research which is gathered in weaving factories, we will pay attention to the discussion about the importance of the issue with studying the literature of research and its background.
In the next step, the most important factors were recognized and arranged through interviewing the specialized individuals and providing questionnaires. In the questionnaire of research, the factors that their average were higher than 2, were educed as the final effective factors. In this study, three principle factors along with the secondary factors were recognized and assigned. The principle assumption in this study is the connection of factors with each other. Finally, using analytic network approach, principle factors in empowering employees were recognized and at the final, the results and suggestions will be provided.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/ijba.v2n3p160

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)

 

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