The role of strategic Renewal in organizational immunity - analytical research in the Iraqi Ministry of Education

Authors

  • Mohammed Abdullah Ameen Department of Public Administration - College of Administration and Economics - University of Baghdad, Iraq
  • Hossam Ali Mhaibes Department of Public Administration - College of Administration and Economics - University of Baghdad, Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47577/eximia.v13i1.452

Keywords:

strategic renewal, organizational immunity, Iraqi Ministry of Education

Abstract

The current study aims to demonstrate the role of strategic renewal  in enhancing organizational immunity through strategic renewal  mechanisms represented by (Reanimating, Rejuvenation, Venturing, and restructuring). The main idea of this study relates to the extent to which organizations’ immunity is achieved through strategic Renewal  mechanisms, by measuring these dimensions with Organizational immunity represented by organizational learning, organizational memory, and organizational DNA. The study population was the headquarters of the Iraqi Ministry of Education, and the sample included (330) individuals from the upper, middle, and lower leadership levels. Several statistical methods were used to deal with the results of the questionnaire, especially the simple correlation coefficient (Pearson) and descriptive analysis methods using (SPSS.v23, AMOS.v25). The most important conclusion of the study was the presence of a clear and significant impact of strategic Renewal  in building and designing the immune system of organizations.

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Published

2024-03-16

How to Cite

Mohammed Abdullah Ameen, & Hossam Ali Mhaibes. (2024). The role of strategic Renewal in organizational immunity - analytical research in the Iraqi Ministry of Education. Eximia, 13(1), 282–294. https://doi.org/10.47577/eximia.v13i1.452

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