THE STRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIP OF FACTORS AFFECTING MANAGERIAL EFFICIENCY OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES

Authors

  • Sukrita Pumkaew
  • Nantharat Namburi
  • Payom Tobprakron
  • Jenta Kaewfai
  • Orawan Kamon
  • Suphapon Chantarakeeree

Abstract

This research aims to study and examine the structural relationship of factors affecting the managerial efficiency of manufacturing industries. A quantitative research methodology was employed using 102 samples of executives from manufacturing industries in Yala province. The instruments used included the questionnaire and structural equation modeling. The research result revealed that the structural relationship of factors affecting the managerial efficiency according to the hypothesis was in accordance with the empirical data. The index was as follows: Chi-Square = 125.39, df = 108, p-value = 0.12, and RMSEA = 0.04. The factor overall affecting the Managerial Efficiency (ME) the most was the Job-Relevant Information (JRI), secondly was the Decentralized in Organizational Culture (DOC), Management Accounting System (MAS), and Task Uncertainty (TU). Furthermore, the variance could be mutually described or predict Managerial Efficiency (ME) at 85%.  

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Published

2020-11-09

How to Cite

Sukrita Pumkaew, Nantharat Namburi, Payom Tobprakron, Jenta Kaewfai, Orawan Kamon, & Suphapon Chantarakeeree. (2020). THE STRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIP OF FACTORS AFFECTING MANAGERIAL EFFICIENCY OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(3), 998-1010. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/213