Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Inderscience Publishers, Volume 5, Number 2, p.208–232 (2012)

Keywords:

agile manufacturing, AHP, analytical hierarchy process, least significant, most significant

Abstract:

This paper reports the salient details of a study carried out with the objectives of identifying what makes an organisation agile, identifying various enablers of agility by field study, developing a modelling framework for assessing agility and assessing agility in Indian manufacturing industries. For this purpose, data were collected from Indian manufacturing industries with the help of a questionnaire. The method of analytic hierarchy process was used to analyse and identify which among these factors are likely to have greater impact on realising an agile organisation. This study revealed a number of interesting observations, which are reported in this paper.

Cite this Research Publication

P.G. Saleeshya, A Babu, S., and Vishnu, A. S., “Agility in Indian Manufacturing Industries: an Empirical Investigation”, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, vol. 5, pp. 208–232, 2012.