Strategic IT-business alignment capability and organizational performance: roles of organizational agility and environmental factors

This study aims to test a model in which the effect of strategic information technology -business alignment capability on organizational performance is examined via the mediating role of organizational agility along with the moderating influence of environmental uncertainty

Sukanya Panda

2021

Scholarcy highlights

  • The research uses survey data accumulated from 220 managers working in the regional rural banks of Odisha, India
  • This study aims to test a model in which the effect of strategic information technology-business alignment capability on organizational performance is examined via the mediating role of organizational agility along with the moderating influence of environmental uncertainty
  • The findings demonstrate the positive effect of strategic alignment on agility
  • This paper finds the positive effects of strategic alignment and both OAA and MCA on organizational performance
  • Previous research studies have reported about the positive strategic alignment-agility-performance linkages, yet the literature is silent regarding the influence of external contingent factors on these relationships from a rural banking perspective in a developing country setting
  • The research extends the strategic alignment-agility-performance theories and provides empirical support for these unique associations in the context of rural banking in India and thereby, greatly contributes to the existing strategic alignment literature

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