Advanced Manufacturing Technology And Size As Determinants Of Organizational Structure
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Advanced Manufacturing Technology And Size As Determinants Of Organizational Structure
The study used data from 92 companies to study the effects of company size index (CSI) on the relationship between Advanced Manufacturing Technology Index (AMTI) and organization structure index (OI). Company size was operationalized in terms of workforce number and capital invested. When empirically tested, the research findings present the interrelationships among the main effects (AMTI and CSI) and the interaction effect (AMTI*CSI). Coefficient for the interaction term was positive at 0.468 with p-value at 0.041 while coefficients of the main effects were 0.652 with p-value at 0.502 for AMT index and -0.568 with p-value at 0.177 for company size index. The constant of the model was 0.974DownloadViews: 57

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