Moderating Effect of Gender and Work Experience on Information Exchange and Supply Chain Performance

Jones Oghenemega Ejechi, Efosa Abiodun Oshodin
2019 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
This study attempts to examine the moderating effects of gender and employee work experience on the relationship between information exchange practices (relational competence and information technology competence) and supply chain performance in manufacturing firms in Edo state using AMOS 23.0. The study in conducting its analysis used a sample size of eighty-five.The study found that the effect of relational competence on information exchange is attributed to the male employees, while the
more » ... ees, while the effect of information technology competence on information exchange is attributed to the female employees. Also, the effect of information exchange on supply chain performance is largely attributed to the male employees. By implication this study found out that the impact of information exchange on supply chain performance is contributed mostly by the males. With respect to experience, our result indicated thatthe influence information exchange had on supply chain performance is as a result of the employees within the category of 11-15 years of experience.
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v9-i6/5981 fatcat:t4bmftrxgzhyfadp5ytuc2iyjq