Impact of integrated thinking and reporting on organisational decision making: a case study of public sector enterprises in Jordon
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Purpose: The key purpose of this study was to examine the impact of integrated thinking and reporting on organisational decision making in the context of public sector enterprises in Jordon
Methodology/Design: The primary quantitative data have been collected in this study through a survey questionnaire. The collected data has been analysed through SEM technique, in which the tests of Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) and path assessment are conducted.
Findings: The findings of this study reveal the significant impact of connectivity, effective governance, external focus, and integrated communication on organisational decision making. The variable of external financing is found to have a significant moderating impact on the association between connectivity and organisational decision making, and also between effective governance and organisational decision making.
Research Limitations: The absence of qualitative data has been one of the major limitations of this study. Apart from that, the limited scope of this study on the public sector enterprises in Jordan has been another major research limitation.
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