Global Journal of Economics and Business

Volume 12 - Issue 2 (4) | PP: 205 - 216 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/GJEB2022.12.2.4
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The Relationship between Strategic Agility and the Ability to Manage Crises in Saudi Universities “An Applied Study on King Khalid University”

Najla Ghazy Hamed Al-Yaha ,
Salim Bourchid Abdelkader
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
15/2/2022 5/3/2022 13/3/2022 8/5/2022
Abstract
The study aimed at identifying the relationship between the strategic agility and the ability to manage the crisis for the officials of the King Khaled University. The analytical descriptive methodology was adopted. In addition, a questionnaire formed of (52) items distributed on (207) of the officials of the King Khaled University was used. The study proved some conclusions, the most important ones are that: A statistically significant moral effect on the secondary variable (crisis management) as the significance level is less than 5% for the four axes. In addition, the arrangement of the four elements of the strategic agility practices in the regression equation comes as follow: organization, individuals, planning and technology. The study produced some recommendations, most importantly, firstly, King Khaled University should care about change instead of being a reaction in order to have the ability to quickly and effectively confront through adherence to the strategic agility practices on the level of organizing and planning. Secondly, the University should adopt internal indicators to control the crisis as such crisis send signs before its happening. Thus, those signs may be exploited to avoid the crisis. The control phase can be implemented through conducting a survey to the internal and external environment.


How To Cite This Article
Al-Yaha , N. G. H.& Abdelkader , S. B. (2022). The Relationship between Strategic Agility and the Ability to Manage Crises in Saudi Universities “An Applied Study on King Khalid University”. Global Journal of Economics and Business, 12 (2), 205-216, https://doi.org/10.31559/GJEB2022.12.2.4

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