Structural Components and Assembly in Parsimonious Explanation of Organizational Performance: A Study in the Industry and Service Sectors

Carlos Alberto Gonçalves, Rui Fernando Correia Ferreira, Cid Gonçalves Filho, Alexandre Teixeira Dias

Abstract


This work aims to presents the settings and the degree of intensity on the Organizational Performance based on significant antecedents in two sectors categorized as manufacturing and service. It is present measurements of the effects and combinations set composed by Managerial Factors, External Environment, Internal Organizational efforts, Strategy Process in the Organizational Performance. The research used data collection by interview, survey research and it was made statistical analysis by of Structural Equation Modeling methods and Qualitative Comparative Analysis - ACQ. It can be seen that the construct Strategy Process is the most important in explaining Organizational Performance in relation to other reports. It was also observed that the industry and service sectors have different sets parsimonious explanation for the Organizational Performance.

Keywords


Organizational Performance; Managerial Factors; Environmental Factors; QCA - Qualitative Comparative Analysis.

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