Market Orientation: Summary Scale (Deshpande and Farley 1996) - Statswork

Market Orientation: Summary Scale (Deshpande and Farley 1996)

The scale comprises 10 positively worded statements, each operationalized using a 5-place Likert-type item response format ranging from 1 = strongly disagree to 5 = strongly agree.


Kohli, Jaworski, and Kumar

Reliability and Validity

The market orientation factors for the multi-informant data were all correlated with six additional constructs: a global measure of market orientation, top management emphasis on market orientation, inter functional conflict, market-based rewards, employees' commitment, and subjective performance Overall, these findings were concluded to be moderately supportive of the validity of the market orientation construct

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