Product Complexity and Diversity
The scale measures the type of complexity and diversity of business. According to (2002), a company’s complexity increases as the breadth of its product line expands, as each product uses more unique components, and as more process options are available to manufacture the product or provide services (Swenson (1998).
KeywordsProduct Line Exploratory Factor Analysis Product Complexity Management Account Process Option
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