Managers’ Attitudes of Jordan Information Technology Organizations (JITO) towards Forming Strategic Alliances and its Influencing Factors

Tawfiq Abed Al-Hadi, Jihad Bani Hani

Abstract


This study aims at investigating attitudes of Information Technology Organizations in Jordan towards forming strategic alliances, managers’ and its influencing factors and determining the difference level between the managers’ attitudes of Information Technology Organizations managers’ in Jordan towards forming strategic alliances and demographic variables for respondents on the one hand and Information Technology Organizations characteristics on the other hand. The key findings indicated that the best forms of strategic alliances are to engage with strategic alliance by contributing in organization capital, while the license as a form of alliance is less important from the respondents’ point of view. The findings indicated that there is no significant difference between the managers’ attitudes of Information Technology Organizations in Jordan towards forming strategic alliances and demographic variables except overall experience. The findings show no significant difference between the managers’ attitudes of Information Technology Organizations in Jordan towards forming strategic alliances and JITO characteristics except the capital. The study recommended that (JITO) should adapt the strategic alliance, which supports its strategic position.

Keywords


Strategic Alliances, Strategic Alliances Forms, competitive capabilities, Information Technology Organizations

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