Using E-Leadership as a Strategic Tool in Enhancing Organizational Commitment of Virtual Teams in Foreign Commercial Banks in North West Bank -Palestine

Raed A. M. Iriqat, Dana M. S. Khalaf
2017 International Journal of Business Administration  
Using information technologies in organizations has been one of the most important topics for numerous scholars in the business field. This manuscript aims to investigate the impact of using E-leadership as a strategic tool in enhancing the organizational commitment of virtual teams in foreign commercial banks in Northern West Bank in Palestine. Primary data was collected via questionnaires which distributed on virtual teams in foreign commercial banks in North West Bank - Palestine.
more » ... lestine. Researchers used a purposive sample which is suitable to study objectives. The empirical model in this study illustrates the relationship among E leadership dimensions (i.e. Envision, engage, energize, empower, execute, and elastic), perceptions of organizational commitment. This manuscript employs simple regression analysis to examine the impact of E-leadership on organizational commitment. In addition, researchers use Pearson correlation matrix to identify the relationship between the six dimensions of E-leadership and organizational commitment. The result proves that positive impact of using E-leadership as a strategic tool in enhancing the organizational commitment of virtual teams in foreign commercial banks is significant. Also, finds that there is a positive significant relationship between E-leadership and its six dimensions with organizational commitment.
doi:10.5430/ijba.v8n7p25 fatcat:ef6vsv3uqzcljnxzpuuasteoiu