The Appropriateness of the Organizational Factors for the Adoption of Teleworking Application the Context of "Mobile Telecommunications Sector"
This paper aimed to examine the appropriateness of the Organizational Factors (OFs) for the adoption of Tele-working Applica (TA). This paper was conducted within the context of the Mobile Telecommunication Sector (MTS) in Jordan. It applied the triangulation methodology that includes grounded theory and quantitative methods, in order to find and examine OFs. The questionnaire were distributed to the 345 respondents and the results revealed that, the Technological Infrastructure (TI), Work Nature (WN), Level of Managerial Flexibility (LMF), DeCentralization (DC), and Management By Objectives (MBO), which are highly appropriate for the adoption of TA in the context. Also, the results showed that the Social Relationships factor (SR) did not enhance the appropriateness for the TA adoption of in the context.