Business, Management and Economics Research

Online ISSN: 2412-1770
Print ISSN: 2413-855X

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Volume 4 Number 8 August 2018

E-Governance and Its Impact on Public and Private Schools Case Study Governorate of Buraimi from the Perspective of Principles and Their Assistants

Authors: Fawaz Ali Thawabieh ; Mohammed Wahish Hashim
Pages: 106-110
At this time, e-governance transformation is considered as one of the most important and biggest challenges among and within the IT-related sector from the scale and complexity perspective. In this respect, the researches have reviewed and studied some of the factors that affect implementing the e-governance for Public and private schools in Governorate of Al Buraimi, Oman. The aim of the study was to determine whether there existed organizational differences that demanded different approaches and strategies for the implementation of e-governance. The research considered three organizational factors, which included, the type of the organization (public or private), size of the organization and the work experience of the employees of the organization. In addition, the research considered the some of the requirements needed for the implementation of e-governance. These requirements included, physical, financial, administrative and management requirements. Through the research it was evident that the different types of requirements needed for the implementation of e-governance varied by the organizational factors. In other words, the findings indicated that the approaches and strategies that needs to be adopted will differ with the organizational characteristics. This differences needs to be considered at the time of implementation and should be incorporated when developing the implementation plans by the implementing organization.