Electronic management is the result of the technological development witnessed by the contemporary world, where its existence has become an imperative for companies to keep pace with developments in the external environment, and electronic management is an integrated system of requirements (administrative-human-financial-security-technical), and its application has a significant impact on the performance of institutions and companies In all areas including job performance. Due to that, this study aimed to examines the role of electronic management requirements in improving job performance among employees of the Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) in the Kingdom of Bahrain. This study relied on the descriptive analytical approach to describe the study variables and to examine the study hypothesis. To achieve the objectives of the study, a survey list was adopted, which consisted of (42) items, to measure the effect of the independent variables on the dependent variable. The results of the regression analysis showed that there is a positive correlation between the estimates of the study sample members on the dimensions of electronic management requirements and their estimates in improving job performance, however the value of the correlation coefficient was (0.891) with significant impact of the electronic management on the job performance explained by the value of 79%. The study made many recommendations, the most important of which is that the company’s management work on continuity in promoting and activating the concept of electronic management and its requirements as a method of work that will improve the performance of employees, improve and raise the quality of work, and spread the culture of electronic work among the company’s customers.
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Adnan Saifi, Raja and Mohammed Hatamleh, Ibrahim
"Electronic Management Requirements and Their Role in Improving Job Performance,"
Journal of Statistics Applications & Probability: Vol. 11:
1, Article 27.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jsap/vol11/iss1/27