MODERATING EFFECT OF INFORMATION SYSTEM BETWEEN THE ASSOCIATION OF MANAGEMENT INNOVATION, TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: A CASE FROM IRAQ MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

Authors

  • Jalal Hassan Hantoush College of Law/ Ahl Al Bayt University / Kerbala / Iraq
  • Ayad Khaleel Ibrahim Media Department, College of Mass media, Al Farahidi University/Iraq
  • Rand Abd Al Mahdi Al-Nisour University College/ Iraq
  • Muqdad Hussein Ali College of Media, department of journalism/ The Islamic University in Najaf, Najaf, Iraq
  • Amer Hadi Abdullah College of Media, department of journalism/ The Islamic University in Najaf, Najaf, Iraq
  • Ali Salah Hasan Mazaya University College/ Iraq

Keywords:

management innovation, technology innovation, organizational performance, information system, Iraq.

Abstract

Competitiveness and long-term survival are among organizations' objectives for their continued existence. Nonetheless, this is not the case because information systems  propel organizations toward improved performance. Information systems cannot survive without adequate resources and capabilities. Studies have already been undertaken primarily focused on issues that affect the information system, but the innovation perspective has received little attention. Consequently, this study examines the moderating effect of information systems on the relationship between managerial innovation, technological innovation, and organizational performance in the Iraqi manufacturing sector. Quantitative research methodology and cross-sectional research design were employed. The data was acquired from 600 managers using a method of simple sampling. The major findings revealed that technological innovation, management innovation, and organizational performance and information systems are directly related.

Similarly, the information system had a substantial impact on organizational performance. Information system considerably moderates the relationship between technology innovation, management innovation, and organizational success, as indicated by the interaction effect. These findings contributed to the existing body of literature and provided policymakers and owners with practical insights into the role of information systems in enhancing organizational performance.

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Published

2022-11-18