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Critical Success Factors and Organizational Performance. Prepared by: Niemann, Lahlou, Zertani & Pflug. Lecturer: Ihsan Yüksel. Introduction. In this project, critical success factors approach will be used in measurement of organizational performance.

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Critical Success Factors and Organizational Performance

Prepared by: Niemann, Lahlou,

Zertani & Pflug

Lecturer: Ihsan Yüksel

introduction
Introduction
  • In this project, critical success factors approach will be used in measurement of organizational performance.
  • Performance: output/outcome at the end of a certain period of time of an activity.
  • Outcome: extents the organization reached its objectives.
  • Performance measurement: evaluation of all efforts made to achieve objectives.
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Critical success factors refer: posses to be successful in the industry they work in.

Method

multi-criteria analysis techniques

  • Technique for Order Performance by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS)
    • determine ranking of the critical success factors.
  • Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP):
    • calculate the weights of critical success factors.
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Step 1: Determining the factors that enable the organization to be successful in its sector.

In this step, first the factors necessary for the organization to be successful in its sector have been determined.

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The factors considered for the example organization in the project are as follows:

SF1: financing

SF2: brand image

SF3: effective advertising

SF4: pricing

SF5: customer satisfaction

SF6: distribution skills

SF7: managerial ability

SF8: consumer loyalty

SF9: low product cost

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Step 2: Ranking of success factors

In this step, firstly, the factors that attribute a success factor as “critical” have been determined.

Criteria (main factors) which are considered to determine the

“critical” of a success factor are as follows:

  • Strategic character
  • Create value
  • Priority of factor
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In this step secondly, weights of factors had been calculated by the AHP technique. In other words, relative importance has been calculated.

Table 1: Scale of relative importance used in the pair-wise comparisons of AHP

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After forming the pair-wise comparison matrix, weights of factors have been calculated. In this project, weights vectors had been determined as follows:

Table 3: Weight of Main Factors

calculate consistency of pair wise comparison matrix
Calculate consistency of pair-wise comparison matrix
  • Calculate of consistency ratio (CR) as follows
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n indicates number of factors. The avarage value (

) of the elements in the

consistency vector is:

λmax

=9,09807÷3=3,032576

The consistency index (CI) have been calculated using the following formula:

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Depending on n number of factors, random index (RI) had been determined.

Random index obtained from the Table 4. For this example RI is 0,58.

Table 4: Average random consistency (RI)

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Consistency ratio (CR)

  • CR is smaller than 0.10 pair-wise comparison matrix is consistent.
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Ranking:
  • After calculating weight of the main factors, ranking of the success factors have been determined using TOPSIS technique.
  • The calculations have been made in Excel program.
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Each success factor has been evaluated a number between 1-10. And, each column (SC, CV, PF) have been summed (Table 5).

Table 5: Factor Evaluation

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Normalized matrix

Table 6: Normalized Matrix

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Table 7: Ranking of Success Factors with TOPSIS

According ranking of success factors is as follows : First factor is SF09, second is SFO6 and third is SF03 etc.

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Step 3: Determining threshold value for determining critical success factors

At this step, a threshold value had been determined so that critical success factors have been selected from above in Table 7.

In this project threshold value was accepted 0.10

According to this value, these factors are:

  • SF01
  • SF02
  • SF03
  • SF06
  • SF08
  • SF09
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Step 4: Making pair-wise comparisons of critical success factors and calculation of the weights of critical success factors.

Table 8: Pair-wise Comparison Matrix of the Critical Success Factors

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Calculated factor weights are as follows (Table 9).

Table 9: Weights of Critical Success Factors

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Step 5: Determining organizational performanceAt this step, performance of the organization has been calculated using critical success factors weights (Table 9) and evaluation scale (Table 10) that provide in the literature.

Table 10: Level of Factors

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There are five columns in Table 11.

  • The first column: critical success factors;
  • the second column: weight of critical success factors;
  • the third column: evaluation level of each factor;
  • the fourth column: numerical equivalent of the evaluation level and
  • the fifth column: performance level of each critical success factor.
    • calculation: factor weight and scale value had been multiplied.
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In the last row, general performance level had been determined,

  • The sum of performance level of each factor in fifth column was yielded general performance,
  • This value takes a value between 0 and 1,
  • If the value of the general performance level is close to 1, it means that organizational performance is excellent
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If the general performance level value is close to 0, this means that organizational performance is very bad,

  • Of course, the decision and evaluation of organization management are also important,
  • In other words, whether the level is considered sufficient or insufficient depends on the organizational management.
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References

Caralli,R.A., 2004, The Critical Success Factor Method: Establishing a Foundation for Enterprise Security Management Technical Report.

Chow, T., Cao, D-C., 20007, A survey study of critical success factors in agile software projects, The Journal of Systems and Software.

Dağdeviren et al., 2009, Weapon selection using the AHP and TOPSIS methods under fuzzy environment, Expert Systems with Applications, 36(4), 8143-8151.

Daniel, D. R, 1961, Management Information Crisis, Harvard Business Review.

Hussey, D., (1998), Strategic Management; 4.ed., Butterwood Heinemann.

Hwang, C. L., & Yoon, K.,1981, Multiple attribute decision making: Methods and applications, A State of the Art Survey. New York: Springer-Verlag

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