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Research Paper | Psychology Science | Iraq | Volume 7 Issue 7, July 2018
Malcoin Baldriges Competitive Advantage and its Relationship to the Nature of the Closed System and the Open System of Primary School Principals in Baghdad Governorate
Prof. Dr. Riyadh Badri Sitrak
Abstract: Malcoin Baldrige's competitive superiority and the relationship between the closed system and the open system among primary school principals in Baghdad governorate. The current research aims to identify the competitive superiority according to the standard Malcoin Baldrige's, As well as identify the closed system and the open system, And the relationship between competitive advantage, closed system and open system. The sample of the research community consisted of the assistants of primary school principals in Baghdad governorate, they numbered (4039), The sample was taken at random (19, 80%). The sample number (800) was Associate Director, Primary School Director. The approach of the research was the descriptive approach Correlative. The results of the research found that the reality of competitive superiority among principals of primary schools, measured according to American standards, Also, the nature of the closed system and the open system, it exists, and on average. But this open system closed any non-existent system results did not appear, The researcher also found that there is a correlation between competitive superiority and the nature of the open system. The researcher presented research based on many of the conclusions and recommendations of the results.
Keywords: Malcoin Baldrige's, competitive superiority
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 7, July 2018,
Pages: 1081 - 1089
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