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Uretim Fonksiyonunun Strateji Olusumuna Katilimi ve Isletme Performansi Uzerine Bir Arastirma

  • Mevhibe AY TURKMEN

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    (Pamukkale Universitesi, Iktisadi ve Idari Bilimler Fakultesi, Isletme Bolumu)

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    Bircok calismada isletme stratejisi formulasyonuna uretim perspektifinin dahil edilmesinin onemine vurgu yapilmaktadir. Bu alanda, cogunlukla uretim fonksiyonunun (yoneticilerinin) katilimi uzerinde durulurken, goreceli olarak daha az oranda uretim yoneticilerinin bu katilimlarinin etki duzeyi uzerinde durulmustur. Bu calismada daha iyi bir isletme performansina ulasmada uretim yoneticilerinin bu surece katilimi ve etkilerinin rolu incelenmistir. Yapilan yazin taramasina dayali olarak bu iki degiskenin isletme performansi uzerindeki etkilerinin isletme ve uretim stratejileri arasindaki uyuma dayali olarak ortaya ciktigi dusunulmektedir. Bu baglamda yazin dogrultusun-da ortaya konan model test edilmistir. Arastirma kapsaminda-ki isletmelerde; isletme performansi ile stratejik uyum, uretim yoneticilerinin katilimi ve etkisi kriterleri arasinda orta duzeyde stratejik uyum ve uretim yoneticisi etkisi ile uretim yoneticisinin etkisi ve katilimi arasinda yuksek duzeyde iliskinin oldugu tespit edilmistir. Stratejik uyumun uretim yoneticisi katilimi ile uretim yoneticisi etkisinin isletme performansina etkisinde aracilik etkisini aciklamak amaciyla gerceklestirilen uc asamali regresyon analizine dayali olarak; stratejik uyum degiskeninin, uretim yoneticisi katilimi ve etkisinin isletme performansi uzerinde aracilik rolu ustlendigi belirlenmistir.

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    Article provided by Ege University Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences in its journal Ege Academic Review.

    Volume (Year): 12 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 4 ()
    Pages: 519-528

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    Handle: RePEc:ege:journl:v:12:y:2012:i:4:p:519-528
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