عنوان مقاله [English]
Owing to sanctions imposed on our country, it has become increasingly difficult but not impossible to improve organizational productivity. Achieving productivity entails flexible and accountable strategy adoption in the form of a comprehensive plan. The comprehensive industrial program underscores the importance of developing resource-based industries to gain competitive advantages and such a comprehensive plan is outlined based on getting a wider view and putting all relevant influential factors in perspective. The purpose of this qualitative study was to identify the factors influencing the perspectives on productivity improvement in Saipa Automotive Group. Six factors influencing organizational perspectives (political, economic, legal, social, environmental and technological) were detected while investigating Asian countries of Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, China and India. The research population comprised ten managers of Saipan Research and Innovation Department who completed an open-ended questionnaire. The research data were analyzed using supersession software, Delphi and paired comparisons.Then, Super Dissociation software was employed to prioritize the effective factors which were found to be: political (0.35), economic (0.27), social (0.14), legal (0.13), environmental (0.05), and technological (0.03).
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