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A study on the Influence of Agility of Organizational Operation and Dynamic Business Model on the Corporate Performance
Objectives: This study is intended to suggest agility of organizational operation as dynamic capabilities and perform empirical research on the influence of agility of organizational operation and dynamic business model on the corporate performance. Methods/Statistical Analysis: This study reviews existing literature related to dynamic business model, agility of organizational operation and develop research model related to the influence of them on the corporate performance. Data were collected from 92 companies. For the exploratory factor analysis, SPSS 19.0 was used, and confirmative factor analysis and structural equation model analysis are performed by using Smart PLS 3.0. Findings: According to the result of research, agility of organizational operation influenced on the corporate performance through dynamic business model and critical capability for value creation, and agility of organizational operation turned out to represent indirect influence through dynamic business model and critical capability of value creation over direct influence on corporate performance. Improvements/Applications: In order for a company to practically growth, they are required to exert an effort not only for changes in business model but also for dynamic capability of the organization. In the academic perspective, it is expected to precede more precise and well-established research in dealing with the relationship among them.
Agility of Organizational Operation, Dynamic Business Model, Dynamic Capabilities.
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