Effects Of Enterprise Mobilization On Operational Performance: A Case Of Multinational Consumer
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Effects Of Enterprise Mobilization On Operational Performance: A Case Of Multinational Consumer Goods Manufacturers In Kenya
Many manufacturing firms in Kenya have discovered that supporting remote and mobile employees with the adoption of enterprise mobilization can turn downtime into productive time. The study sought to discover, identify and uncover how the mobile market, mobile processes and mobility are likely to influence the operational performance of the manufacturing firms in Kenya. Therefore a structured literature review was conducted to identify relevant theoretical and empirical evidence where enterprise mobilization and its dependencies of mobile market, mobile processes and mobility are discussed. The study employed descriptive research design. The target population of this study was management stafDownloadViews: 109

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