Designing An Organizational Resilience Model Based On Organizational Agility Components In Sepah Bank Branches In North Khorasan Province

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Heidar Kadivar Zinkanlou , Golamabas Shekari and Saeid Emamgholizadeh


Signaling theory in the banking industry makes it clear that providing different signals and signs from the bank's internal and external environment can help bank managers to plan better. This issue will be more important in the discussion of organizational resilience because bank managers can provide the necessary measures for further resilience by receiving signals and signs about the financial and operational issues of their bank. This will also lead to greater bank agility and faster response to destructive events in the bank. Therefore, signaling theory will play an important role in creating more agility and thus increasing the resilience of the banking industry. In fact, many studies have addressed various issues related to resilience and its role in the organization. However, there are limited studies that have focused on resilience and the elements that affect it with respect to agility features. In fact, no specific research can be found inside that has presented the organization's resilience model based on agility. Also, the use of signaling theory-based approach to the discussion of organizational resilience used in the present study will answer many of the competing ambiguities over the acquisition of internal resources between units and their role in organizational resilience that have not been addressed in previous research. These few points in fact show the research gap in the field of the present study and clarify how the present research can help in this field to reduce the existing gap. Therefore, in this study, the organizational resilience model is designed based on the components of business agility with a view based on signaling theory in the branches of Bank Sepah in North Khorasan

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