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Innovation in Procurement and its Added Value to the United Arab Emirates Banking Sector, Islamic and Conventional

Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation 2017 187 Pages

Business economics - Banking, Stock Exchanges, Insurance, Accounting

Summary

For three decades, many studies related to the practices of procurement and their consequences on the performance of business were of attentiveness amongst many researchers. However, very few literature deals openly with the implementations of procurement impacting the performance of business. Thus, the technique that the author opts is to look into the firms’ perception of innovation which is banks’ performance for the customers as well as the importance of innovation concerning all stakeholders (shareholders, suppliers, internal customer and external customers) and its influence on business performance by conducting a case study, surveys and interviews with different stakeholders.
The selected candidates for this study include banks’ senior management and business departments (Personnel Banking, Wholesale Banking, Treasury & Investment Banking, Information Technology, Project Management, Operations, Strategy & Transformation and Procurement), banks’ suppliers, banks’ customers with direct or indirect contribution with procurement and banks’ activities as a whole. A total of 284 respondents participated in the conducted research, 30 of these respondents from two banks were interviewed and 20 of these responses were used for the business case.

Details

Pages
187
Type of Edition
Erstausgabe
Year
2017
ISBN (eBook)
9783960676843
ISBN (Book)
9783960671848
File size
9.4 MB
Language
English
Catalog Number
v379619
Grade
Tags
procurement practices innovation in procurement cost optimization skill & competency transparency communication openness to innovation stakeholder internal stakeholder external

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Title: Innovation in Procurement and its Added Value to the United Arab Emirates Banking Sector, Islamic and Conventional