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Presenting an integrated model of organizational ambidexterity and network data envelopment analysis in order to evaluate the efficiency of regional electricity companies in Iran
Mohammd Reza Khosravi1 , Kambiz Shahroodi * 1, Alireza Amirteimoori2 , Narges Delafrooz1
1- Department of Busines Management ,Rasht Branch, Islamic Azad University, Rasht, Iran
2- Department of Mathematics ,Rasht Branch, Islamic Azad University, Rasht, Iran
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The electricity industry is one of the most important infrastructure industries in any country, which is very important due to its capitalization, increasing efficiency and productivity. Accordingly, the main idea of ​​this study is to present a new model for evaluating the efficiency of regional electricity companies in Iran by combining the concept of organizational dual power and network data envelopment analysis technique. The proposed model is based on the concept of dual power. Dualism is one of the newest topics in the field of organizational and management issues, which can be defined as the organization's ability to focus on exploitation (use of existing capabilities) and exploration (discovery of new capabilities). In this study, with the help of network models of data envelopment analysis, the internal processes of 16 regional electricity companies in the form of two stages of "design and development" and "operation" in 1397 were analyzed and the ambiguity and efficiency of companies were calculated. The results of evaluating the efficiency of companies with the proposed model indicate that although the average of the entire electricity industry has an acceptable score in equilibrium and combined dual power, but the balance dual power score of regional power companies shows between the efficiency of design and development sectors and There is a significant difference in the operation of companies, and not paying attention to the reasons for this difference can challenge the electricity industry in carrying out its missions in the coming years.
Keywords: Ambidexterity, Efficiency evaluation, Network data envelopment analysis, Iran electricity industry, Regional electricity company
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Received: 2021/03/7 | Accepted: 2021/08/28 | Published: 2021/09/11
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