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Impact of erp usage on work and work life in Sri Lankan manufacturing organizations

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dc.contributor.advisor Wickramasinghe, V Karunasekara, KAJM 2011-03-29T06:09:16Z 2011-03-29T06:09:16Z
dc.description A Dissertation submitted to the Department of Management of Technology for the MBA en_US
dc.description.abstract ERP transformation usually affects almost every aspect of an organization: work, work life, working relationships etc. Majority of the literature study the ERP implementation and problems related to that. But very few address the effect of F.RP on user. Based on the responses received from ERP users of Sri Lankan manufacturing organizations, this research tries to investigate the level of ERP usage in terms of several factors such as information, integration between business functions, standardization of work procedures, level of security and overall success. It also studies the impact of ERP usage on following four week and work life aspects: Cross functionality, responsibility and accountability, power and politics and decision making capacity. 100 responses are used for data analysis and the results show that there is a high level of ERP usage in organizations. Crow functionality, responsibility and accountability, empowerment of self, transparency and usefulness of information show significant relationships with ERP usage. However, there is no statistical evidence to support any significant relationships of ERP usage with authority and innovation.
dc.format.extent 73p. : ill., graphs en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.title Impact of erp usage on work and work life in Sri Lankan manufacturing organizations
dc.identifier.faculty Engineering en_US MBA en_US
dc.identifier.department Department of Management of Technology en_US 2007-12
dc.identifier.accno 90792 en_US

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