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The business environment will no doubt require firms to become even more flexible and agile to bring products and services to market at an increasing rapid pace with the advent of IT in Nigerian in the context of MTN, ETISALAT, and GLO. Traditional organizational structure is no longer capable of sustaining the needs of their relentless pace, new forms of organizing such as the virtual organization hold promise as organizational leaders experiment and learn new strategies for managing in the twenty-first century and beyond. Thus, this study seeks to evaluate the extent to which virtual organizational structure enhances employees’ performance. A census survey research design was used in which data was sourced via questionnaire and the data was analyzed using descriptive statistics SPSS V.20 and regression analysis in testing the hypothesis. This study found out that virtual organizational structure has significant effect on employees’ performance in some selected telecommunication in Kaduna state, and it was recommended that the organization should take advantage by improving on managerial training and study virtual organizational structure so as to enhance employees’ performance.
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- An Evaluation of Virtual Organizational Structure on Employee Performance of Selected Telecommunication Companies in Kaduna State, Nigeria
Fadele Ayotunde Alaba
Yunusa Salisu Tanko
Tundung Subali Patma
- Springer Singapore
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