EXCELLENCE PERFORMANCE OF THE BANKING SERVICE ACCORDING TO THE ELECTRONIC MANAGEMENT APPLIED RESEARCH IN A SAMPLE OF PRIVATE BANKS

Authors

  • Nibras Jasim Kadhim, Shaymaa Mahdi Kadhim,

Abstract

The current research aims to shed light on the role of electronic management requirements in
achieving the Excellence banking performance of the research community represented by
(Middle East Investment and Finance Bank, Al-Watani Islamic Bank, Bank of Baghdad) to
identify the trends and opinions of its employees, which included (the board of directors, the
managing director, the deputy director commissioner and managers Departments, divisions, and
units), especially since most banking institutions do not have a clear vision in this area, and the
research method has been applied as a case study of the accuracy of the data that will be used in
the current research, which was collected through personal interviews of officials supported by a
checklist to produce a set of results. And the proposals that contribute to raising the performance
of banking institutions, and the research presented a set of results, the most important of which
was that there was a discrepancy in the results of the requirements of electronic management,
since despite the availability of high technology, most departments suffer from the lack of
qualified human cadres to work in electronic work, as the size of the gap reached (40) %), Which
is a very high percentage, as well as that banking institutions own a significant percentage of financial capabilities that allow them to switch to electronic work Most of the research sample
has reservations about this because of hacking and electronic piracy.

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Published

2020-11-02

How to Cite

Nibras Jasim Kadhim, Shaymaa Mahdi Kadhim,. (2020). EXCELLENCE PERFORMANCE OF THE BANKING SERVICE ACCORDING TO THE ELECTRONIC MANAGEMENT APPLIED RESEARCH IN A SAMPLE OF PRIVATE BANKS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 9706 - 9735. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2537