Review of Public Administration and Management

Review of Public Administration and Management
Open Access

ISSN: 2315-7844



A Measure of Strategic Decision-Making in Non-profit Membership Associations

Eyun-Jung Ki, Hanna Park and Jwa Kim

The goal of this investigation was to construct a comprehensive instrument for measuring strategic decisionmaking in non-profit membership organizations. Based on a literature review, the multiple-item measurement development procedures suggested as a guideline and philosophy by Churchill and Spector were used to identify eight dimensions to measure strategic decision-making: decision quality, decision routines, procedural rationality, procedural justice, affective conflict, cognitive conflict, understanding, and decision commitment. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) validated the constructed measures.