<p><strong><em>Context:</em></strong><em></em></p><p><em>Distribution logistics is the field of the logistics, which is a key sector at the center of economic issues and concerns of the public authorities. Distribution logistics is recognized as a powerful tool for achieving the competitiveness of a company, which is why a growing need has been observed for highly qualified employees who can handle difficult processes.</em></p><p><em>The issue of logistics skills is important for management, career development and training. Nevertheless, human skills remain an important factor in retaining employees in Moroccan boards.</em></p><p><strong><em>Objectives:</em></strong></p><p><em>This research thus contributes to the construction of theories in the contemporary literature on human competence, in particular on the skills necessary for distribution logisticians to succeed in their jobs and careers.</em></p><p><strong><em>Research approach:</em></strong></p><p><em>On a methodological level, our positivist approach in its paradigm of human skills modeling, is based on a research in a public company, which we preceded by the examination of the point of view of the managers and technicians in distribution logistics, thanks to confirmatory research.</em></p><p><strong><em>Methods</em></strong><strong><em>:</em></strong></p><p><em>The study was conducted in Morocco with 95 logisticians in different autonomous administrations of water and electricity distribution. We used SMART PLS to analyze the results.</em></p><p><strong><em>Results:</em></strong></p><p><em>Our contribution consists of demonstrating how the two variables: social skills, decision-making skills influence the intention to leave through the mediation of individual performance.</em><em></em></p>
scite is a Brooklyn-based startup that helps researchers better discover and understand research articles through Smart Citations–citations that display the context of the citation and describe whether the article provides supporting or contrasting evidence. scite is used by students and researchers from around the world and is funded in part by the National Science Foundation and the National Institute on Drug Abuse of the National Institutes of Health.
334 Leonard St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Copyright © 2023 scite Inc. All rights reserved.
Made with 💙 for researchers