The role of electronic management in enhancing strategic readiness “An analytical study of the opinions of a sample of members of the University of Kufa”


  • Ali Abdul Hussein Al-Dulaimi
  • Karar Muhammad Madloul Al-Janabi





The purpose of the research is to explain the role of electronic management represented by “computer hardware, communication network, software, human resource” in enhancing strategic readiness represented by the dimensions “organizational readiness for change, readiness for leadership and management, readiness for human capital” among a sample of employees of the University of Kufa, as it was done Choosing a sample of “300” members distributed among the university’s formations. The “SPSS” program was used to test the relationship and influence between the two variables. The research reached a set of conclusions, the most important of which is that electronic management, in its various dimensions, plays a fundamental role in enhancing strategic readiness, as it is considered an important resource that enables it to adapt to environmental variables. In light of this, a set of recommendations was formulated, the most important of which was the continuous improvement of the infrastructure situation in the university under study, in particular Those that are necessary in the field of technology and communication networks, which are considered one of the most important requirements for applying electronic management in a way that enhances its strategic readiness, as this dimension (communication network) was the only one among the dimensions of electronic management mentioned above, as it did not appear to have a significant impact in supporting strategic readiness. At the researched university. Keywords: electronic management, strategic readiness.


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Al-Dulaimi, Ali, and Karar Al-Janabi. “The Role of Electronic Management in Enhancing Strategic Readiness ‘An Analytical Study of the Opinions of a Sample of Members of the University of Kufa’”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 52, Sept. 2023, doi:10.36317/kaj/2022/v1.i52.13486.

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