African Journal of
Business Management

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Bus. Manage.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8233
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJBM
  • Start Year: 2007

AJBM Articles in press

The link between supply chain risk management practices and service delivery performance outcomes in the public sector.

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The study empirically investigated the link between supply chain risk management practices and service delivery performance outcomes in the Zimbabwean public sector. In order to have a full understanding of the study phenomena, the study was based on the dynamic risk management theory. Positivism was selected for this study since the researcher wanted to conduct the study in a value-free manner and produce highly reliable...

Author(s):Denius Kagande and Jacob Shenje

Factors influencing job embeddedness among elderly care workers: A cross-sectional study

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The study investigates job embeddedness and the influencing factors among elderly care workers. A cross-sectional survey was conducted to collect data from 325 elderly care workers. The demographic questionnaire, Job Embeddedness Scale (JES), and Workplace Loneliness Scale were applied. The findings reveal that the level of job embeddedness among elderly care workers is moderate but about one in every seven elderly...

Author(s):Li-Hong Fan, Qing-Ping Luo, Ya-Ni Tang, Wei Wu

STRATEGIC PLANNING IMPACT on SERVICE INDUSTRIES: CASE OF Ethiopian Developmental Enterprises.

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This qualitative research study delves into the profound implications of strategic planning within the service industry, with a specific focus on service industries . The primary objective is to assess the significance attributed to strategic planning in the realm of industrial services. The overarching problem addressed is the extent to which service industries prioritize strategic planning, and its potential...

Author(s):Yonas Zeleke Asegidew and Mamata Bhandar

Work-Life Balance and Employee Outcome: A Multicultural Study in Ghana

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This study investigates how work-life balance practices impact employee outcomes such as job satisfaction, productivity, and well-being in multicultural work environments in Ghana. A cross-sectional study was conducted using an online survey of 336 participants from diverse cultural backgrounds across four regions in Ghana. The findings indicate that factors including leadership support, flexible policies, fair...

Author(s):Silvia Paschina

MODERATING EFFECT OF FIRM SIZE1 ON1 THE1 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN1 INCLUSIVE1 BUSINESS1 MODELS1 AND1 THE1 SURVIVAL OF SMALL BUSINESSES1 IN1 KENYA'S1 NYAMIRA COUNTY

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Any economy relies on micro- and small-sized firms to drive economic growth and social welfare. Research shows that they make up a big fraction of enterprises, employ more people than larger ones, contribute to a nation's GDP, and stimulate innovation. However, MSEs have significant mortality rates, especially in Kenya. Good management techniques, access to funding sources of business ideas, and owners' or managers'...

Author(s):Julius Moindi Ochoi, Mary Namusonge, and Stephen Muathe

Influence of Monitoring and Evaluation Practices on Performance of Non- Government Organizations Funded Projects in Wajir County, Kenya

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With the increase in the number and scale of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Kenya, Monitoring and evaluation methods have emerged as vital routines for tracking crucial aspects of NGOs' performance, especially in developing nations. Empirical research has demonstrated that programs with weak or non-specific M&E mechanisms tend to perform poorly on average. Specific objectives explored how planning for M&E,...

Author(s):Mursal Omar Mohamed and Naomi Nduta Njoroge

VILLAGE SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO EMPLOYMENT CREATION: EVIDENCE FROM SMALLHOLDER FARMERS FROM EIGHTS DISTRICTS IN UGANDA

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The Village Savings and Loan Associations (VSLAs) are among the many innovations that can improve the prevalence of financial inclusion, especially among the rural population. The main objective of this study was to determine whether participation in VSLAs can influence the creation of employment opportunities among smallholder farmers in Uganda. This study relied on secondary data collected from 653 smallholder farmers...

Author(s):Nelson Muwereza

ASSESSMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AMONG DEAF PEOPLE: SURVEY IN THE CITY OF ASMARA, ERITREA

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This research is an assessment of employment condition for deaf people in Asmara, Eritrea. The study randomly selected and administered semi-structured questionnaires to 40 deaf employees and interviewed 10 employers from different organizations. The data was analyzed using SPSS and Microsoft Excel. Given 64.3% of the total deaf population in Eritrea are unemployed, it is understandable that there are barriers of...

Author(s):Hafiz Suleman, Debesay Gebrihiwet, Yemane Ateshim, Natnael Aregawi

THE EFFECT OF LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE CAPABILITY ON ORGANIZATIONAL AGILITY IN MOBILE NETWORK PROVIDERS IN ZIMBABWE

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The purpose of this study was to establish the effect of leadership and change capability on organizational agility, on Zimbabwe’s major mobile network providers. Organizational agility represents a new field of organizational study. Literature shows that leadership and change capability are independent variables which could feed into organizational agility. In the past, organizations had an unmatched competitive...

Author(s):Judith Mwenje and Tatenda Matongo

Analyzing the Effects of Social Media on Consumer Buying Behavior Among Youth in Gaborone

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The purpose of the study is to analyze the effects of social media on consumer buying behaviour among youth in Gaborone. The objectives were; i) to determine the most used social media platforms, ii) to examine the extent to which social media platforms influence consumers’ behaviour in their purchasing decisions, and, iii) to analyze the extent to which social media influences product choice amongst Gaborone youth. The...

Author(s):Letty Ludo Nkabiti and Samuel Chinyoka

Regulation Monopoly and abuse of dominant position in the digital economy: Comparative analysis of the Chinese and Congolese competition laws

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The rapid transformation of digital platforms has created huge digital economies around the world, displacing old business models and straining the competition laws of many countries, which have had to adapt to new realities. China and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are both effective as developing countries, but they are clearly at different stages of development. While China has developed a thriving digital...

Author(s):Fabrice Mutombo and Sun Jin

STAFF MOTIVATION AND ITS EFFECTS ON PUBLIC SERVANTS PRODUCTIVITY IN NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, NNEWI, ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA

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Every organization, whether public or private, needs people to carry out daily operations as employee productivity directly affects how successful an organization is. When employees are motivated, they perform at their best; regrettably, the level of public servant productivity has drawn a lot of criticism. Due to the nation's current dire economic position, it is nearly impossible for people to make ends meet; they appear...

Author(s):Ogochukwu Chika Okonkwo, Agbu Ezekiel Agbu, Nzeribe Stella Obianuju and Charity Ndudi Nwokedi

MIXED-METHODS RESEARCH DESIGN IN MANAGEMENT SCIENCES¬: AN EXPOSITORY APPROACH

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The complexity and intricacy of management research is growing, necessitating new approaches to problem solving and data analysis for better comprehension and clarification of social occurrences. In the study, the applications and contributions of mixed-methods research design in management science were investigated. An exploratory research design was used for this study. This paper promotes mixed-methods research design...

Author(s):OSADEME Gloria Chinagozi

Classical and Neoclassical Approaches of Management: An overview

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This article was titled as Traditional (Classical) and Neo-classical Management theory: An Overview. The aim of a study was to scrutinize Management styles of both classical and neoclassical origin roles to the growth for the management school, review the input of classical and neoclassical founder of management. The researcher employed qualitative research design; to collect the necessary data the Google Scholar, Science...

Author(s):Gemme Edao Hinsene and Batu

OVERVIEW OF SINO-AFRICA RELATIONS: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES. CASE OF NIGERIA

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The emergence of China on the global stage as a political and economic powerhouse has significant implications for different global actors, not least for all African countries. In the last thirty years, China has shorn off the toga of a backward agrarian nation to become a significant trading and investment player on the world stage. In the same period, Sino-Africa relations have become possible pathways for economic...

Author(s):Rotimi Moses Lawuyi and Emeka Osuji

Effect of Employee training on Organizational effectiveness: The case of selected private banks in Guji Zone

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Employee Training evaluates the level of organizational effectiveness. The objective of this study was to conduct an investigation on the effects of employee training on organizational effectiveness of selected private banks in Guji Zone, Ethiopia basically focused on three purposively sampled towns namely Adola Woyyu, Shakkiso and Negelle in 2022. The study had TNA (Training Need Assessment), TD (Training Design) and TDS...

Author(s):Abdulakim Erbo and Chalchissa Amentie

WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN CAMEROON: THE CASE OF CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE (CUIB) OF BUEA.

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The workplace environment, which includes a variety of elements, has an impact on how people carry out their work. An inviting and inclusive work atmosphere will improve employee productivity, which will improve organizational productivity. The study's goal was to look into how the working environment in private universities—specifically, Catholic University—affects employee performance (CUIB). Simple random sampling...

Author(s):Lambou Lado Aude Blanche

Factors Determining Commercial Bank Deposit: An Empirical Study on Commercial Bank of Ethiopia.

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To make profits and satisfy the needs of the respective owners is the core objective of commercial banks in Ethiopia. In order to make good strategies, however, the banks should know what factors determine the deposit mobilization activity in the real world. Therefore, this study was interested to identify and evaluate those factors determining Commercial bank deposit by taking Commercial Bank of Ethiopia...

Author(s):Wogaso Woru and Abraham Woru

Measuring of Training Effectiveness (TREF)

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The objective of this study is to investigate and construct a valid and reliable instrument to measure training effectiveness or the development of Training Effectiveness (TREF). The research was done through three TREF measures including satisfaction, learning performance, and behavioral change measures. The development of TREF was applied using descriptive statistics average variance explained (AVE), Composite...

Author(s):Moges Mengstu Kassaw

PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT PRACTICE AND ITS EFFECT ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: EVIDENCE FROM PREPAID-ELECTRICITY METERING SYSTEM IN EAST ADDIS ABABA REGION.

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This study aims to examine the project quality management practice of prepaid electricity metering system and its effect on customer satisfaction in East Addis Ababa region. Using structured questionnaire and interviews primary data were collected from 399 customers and 49 employees. The project quality management practices among the study sample (mean 2.520 and variance 0.933 value) indicates only moderate level of...

Author(s):Eyob Ketema Worku and Shawel Challa

The Effects of Strategic Orientations on the Performance of Financial Institutions in Ethiopia: Does Organizational Capability Mediate the Relationship?

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The study examined the effect of Market Orientation (MO), Entrepreneurial Orientation (EO), and Entrepreneurial Passion (EP) on the performance of Financial Institutions (FIs) in Ethiopia. It also examined how Management Emphasis (MGEs) influences the adoption of these Strategic Orientations (SOs); and the mediating role of Organizational Capability (OC) on the relationship between SOs and performance. Data were collected...

Author(s):Mesfin Workineh Melese

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: EVIDENCE OF INFLUENCES AND OUTCOMES FROM SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES (SMEs) IN SOUTH AFRICA

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Over the past few decades, Artificial Intelligence has dominated every area of the global economy. It is now a crucial component of business operating strategies, facilitating increased productivity and operational efficiency while delivering efficient customer service and customer satisfaction. The study's purpose was to look at the factors that affect and what happens when Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) businesses...

Author(s):Emmanuel KWARTENG-AMANIAMPONG

Unemployment Hysteresis and Persistence in Nigeria: Implication for policy response

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Unemployment has remained a perennial problem in Nigeria for the last three decades. The Nigerian government like every other government around the world is committed to reducing it to a tolerable rate. However, policy measures taken so far to tackle unemployment have not yielded the desired results. Unemployment, especially youth unemployment has been soaring. To tackle this menace, it is important to understand the...

Author(s):Uzodigwe Anthony

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING AND DOMESTIC TOURISM PERFORMANCE IN UGANDA

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The study provides a novel perspective on the effect of social media marketing on tourism firms’ performance in the COVID-19 pandemic. The study purposely investigated the relationship between social media marketing and domestic tourism firm performance in Uganda. A cross-sectional study was conducted among tourism firms in Kampala-Uganda Using quantitative methods. The study obtained data from 135 tourism firms, and was...

Author(s):Mutebi William, Bimbona Sarah

LOCUS OF CONTROL, SELF-EFFICACY, AND JOB INVOLVEMENT AS ANTECEDENTS OF EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN THE SERVICE INDUSTRY IN GHANA.

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Self-efficacy and locus of control are essential psychological traits that can influence an individual's work performance and determine whether an organization succeeds or fails. The study's main goal was to determine how employee performance in Ghana's service sector, particularly the hotel industry, was influenced by locus of control, self-efficacy, and job involvement. All Ghanaian hotel sector employees were the...

Author(s):Nana Akosua. O. Aseidu and George Kankam Jnr

CHANGE MANAGEMENT SUSTAINABILITY AND TRADE UNIONISM

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Change processes dovetail, build change fatigue among workers and trigger complex resistance from trade unions. Initiatives are resisted by trade unions with dominant perception of change management as targeting weakening of trade unionism. Despite the seeming essentiality of change management sustainability to organizational growth and wider developments, not much is known about the causality between change management...

Author(s):Adamade Sylvanus

Impact of industrial relations on performance of employees

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Industrial relations are having great importance in industrial life .The word industrial relations describe the relationship of employees with employers, between the employees. Trade unionism, collective bargaining and labour management techniques are mostly helps to the industries to maintain the industrial peace. The research attempts to identify the factor which having more influences in industrial relations and to know...

Author(s):Sankar Mohanasundaram

Asymmetric Effect, Non-Linear ARDL and the J –Curve analysis among EAC Members

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The paper examined if the exchange rate effect to trade balance has J curve shapes within East African Community members. The recently developed method of Non-linear ARDL was utilized for Quarterly data from 1990 Q1 to 2019 Q4. The study found no evidence of asymmetric effect of exchange rate on trade balance for four countries with the exception of Uganda. Henceforth, there was no evidence of robust J-curve phenomena...

Author(s):Masoud Mohammed Albiman

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PRACTICES: EVIDENCE FROM ETHIOPIAN INDUSTRY PARKS.

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This study attempts to investigate the degree of Adoption of cost and management accounting techniques in Selected Ethiopian Industry Parks Further, factors affecting the adoption of those techniques were examined. Finally, the perceived effect of adopting these techniques on the company's operating efficiency and financial performance were evaluated. In doing so, Descriptive and explanatory research designs were used for...

Author(s):Ismael Hussein Malela

THE “CUSTEN MODEL”: HOW EXPERIENTIAL IT IS FROM THE GHANAIAN HIGHER EDUCATION SPECTRUM

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The research aims to propagate the “custen model” that suggests how the management of Ghanaian universities could retain qualified and knowledgeable students through its relationship officers. A survey design was engaged. A total of 500 respondents from selected universities in Ghana was used. Data were explored using smartPLS 3. The results revealed that the “Custen Model” that is customer retention is built on an...

Author(s):Affran, S., Gyamfi, E. N, & Odonkor, S,

Strategies for Improving Local Content Development in Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry

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Local content development is a strategic management issue for multinational extractive companies in Africa with significant business implications. As local content statutory regulators aim to increase the average local content value in the Nigeria oil and gas industry from 26% in 2017 to 70% in 2027, supply chain managers need strategies for increasing local content. The purpose of this qualitative multiple case study was...

Author(s):Ukaegbu Onwuka, Thomas Schaefer and Juan Roman

A review of Knowledge management and its application in the contemporary business environment

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The quest for a better way of enhancing firm performance has led to the discovery of knowledge as a unique and firm-specific resource for achieving competitive advantage. Knowledge management has gained the attention of practitioners and scholars in recent times. Knowledge management involves obtaining the right set of information and making them available to the right people, and at the right time. When an adequate...

Author(s):Knowledge management, tacit knowledge, implied knowledge, knowledge management theory, knowledge management system, knowledge sharing.

Economic Analysis of Foreign Debt on Economic Growth in West Africa Countries.

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The study investigates the economic effect of debt on economic growth in West Africa. The main objective was to examine the effect of foreign debt as a means of driving growth using some macroeconomic factors such as total external debt stocks and total debt servicing on the resultant effect of the use of debt to drive economic growth in West Africa. Pie chart and line chart was used to illustrate some average ratio of...

Author(s):Ekpe, John Polycarp

The interaction between various capital market components in the Sub-Saharan Africa: A quantitative analysis from 1992-2019.

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The capital markets components are expected to guide long-term policies pertaining to economic growth. It is from these components that various capital markets develop. African economies are lagging behind in capital markets development when these are pivotal in providing the needed stimulus for financial intermediation and economic progress. Capital markets in the Sub-Saharan African countries are in that they are highly...

Author(s):Lifa Maposa & Mthusi Ndebele

Internal Control Practices and Health service delivery in Local Governments of Uganda

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The main aim of this study was to examine the extent to which internal control practices affected health service delivery in Rukungiri District. The research adopted a case study design using both quantitative and qualitative approaches. The target population was 140 key stakeholders that lived and worked in Rukungiri District and a sample size of 104 was drawn from the target population. Our findings from the descriptive...

Author(s):Catherine Asiimwe David Namanya Geoffrey Nuwagaba

Co-creation & Exceptionality Meetings Online (CEMOs): Leveraging the Power of Dialogue to Co-create Sustainable Futures

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The current empirical review article is premised on a constructionist and discursive approaches to consulting and facilitating conversations to co-create sustainable futures. The article is informed by scholarship of practice, scholarship of application, and scholarship of integration in facilitated evidence-based organization development. The article covers some theoretical frameworks that guide the need for dialogue in...

Author(s):Justine Chinoperekweyi

CURVILINEAR RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: A LITERATURE REVIEW

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The popularity of corporate social responsibility in the world of business has been on the increase. However, extant studies looking a building a business case in support of business organizations engaging in social initiatives and programs have churned our divergent findings, with most studies looking at the CSR-firm performance relationship from the linear perspective. However, there has been an increasing call for a...

Author(s):Akpa, Victoria, Asikhia, Olalekan and Adeleke, Adedeji Abraham

Entrepreneurship Training for Artisans in the Informal Sector: A Catalyst for National Development.

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In many developing countries worldwide, a large number of the youth engaged in informal artisanal works to earn a living. Primarily, this study seeks to establish the extent to which, entrepreneurship training of artisans’ impact business development. This acts as an enabler to national development. Mixed methods approach was used to collect data from two categories of respondents (auto-mechanics and other customers). ...

Author(s):Smile Dzisi and Franklin Dodzi Odoom

Prestige pricing versus psychological pricing: An Exploratory

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The cost of a product or service set by an organization, to keep it durable, plays a critical role, and is very demanding and difficult for an enterprise to maintain itself in contemporary and threatening global markets. Therefore, the use of a pricing strategy to allow the company to improve revenue and profitability is extremely significant to manipulate consumers' attitudes and psyche; psychological pricing plays an...

Author(s):Ajayi Olalekan Ezekiel and Afolayan Anthony Kehinde

THE IMPACT OF IFRS 16 LEASES DISCLOSURE ON KEY FINANCIAL RATIOS AND PERFORMANCE METRICS OF LISTED INSURANCE COMPANIES IN KENYA.

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The paper is purposed to assess the expected impact of implementing the new international financial reporting standard (IFRS 16) Leases on key financial ratios and performance metrics of selected listed companies in Kenya. The study focused on the extent to which the key liquidity ratios, profitability ratios, and leverage ratios change once the new standard comes into effect. Basing the study on financial contracting...

Author(s):Samwel Ndaita Bangara

Can Unfamiliar Positive Impressions Bring Higher Ratings? The Impact of Cultural Attraction on Product Value

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With the arrival of the knowledge economy, the speed of communication around the world has increased exponentially; as a result consumers are increasingly faced with goods and products from abroad. How to evaluate the quality of the foreign products, in particular cultural products, is becoming an important issue for international marketers. In this study 452 samples of Chinese cultural products were chosen as the test...

Author(s):PRAPHRUETMON CHENICHA and Li Benqian

Financial literacy and Financial Performance of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) in Mbarara city, Uganda.

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The financial performance of MSEs is a major concern for Uganda with high solvency rate. Financial literacy has been identified as one of key competencies required for the success of these MSEs. However, its effect on the financial performance of MSEs hasn’t been fully established by existing literature thus the need for further research. Basing on gist of Resource Based Theory, the study sought to examine how financial...

Author(s):Christone Arinda

INVESTIGATING UNIQUE STRATEGY CHALLENGES FACED BY SA FINANCIAL BANKING INSTITUTIONS EXPANDING INTO AFRICA

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Many organisations in South Africa make the wrong assumption when trying to expand their business to other countries in Africa; there is usually an assumption that what works in South Africa will automatically work in another African country. Organisations have slowly through the years learnt that it is all about understanding the clientele, their cultural preferences, their environment, policies, procedures and how...

Author(s):L. Basholo, J. Nkuna, L. Mashao and D. H. Boikanyo

Sustainability of CSR Projects Done by Mining Companies in Zimbabwe compared to South Africa

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The purpose of the paper was to analyse the sustainability of CSR projects done by mining companies comparing Zimbabwe and South Africa. A qualitative research design was used and data was collected from 22 respondents from government representatives, mining representatives and community representatives. The results from the study show that in South Africa there is more stakeholder inclusion and ownership of the CSR...

Author(s):Melody Mandevere and Renee Horne

SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN ETHIOPIA: CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

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In every economy of the world, Small and Medium Enterprises are the largest investment sector (Culkin & Smith, 2000) and contribute almost 60% output of global economy (Gerstenenfeld & Roberts, 2000). Therefore, due to this strong importance of Small and Medium Enterprises, governments and scholars has been paid attention on different aspects of the sectors in developed nation. However, in developing nation like...

Author(s):Tarekegn Tamiru Woldesenbet

Effect of Uncertain Demand and Supply on Supply Chain Performance of Road Projects in Disaster Regions

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The happening disasters of both natural and man-made have increased manifold during last few decades causing incalculable casualties and thus effecting hundreds of millions people around the world every year. The effects of disaster on logistics chain management of road projects during reconstruction phase have drawn an attention to the effective and efficient response to mitigate these impacts. The most significant factor...

Author(s):Waqas Anwar

STRATEGIC ASSOCIATION AND GROWTH OF FINTECH FIRMS: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF LITERATURE.

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Fintech represents an innovative and evolving field that has gained the attention of investors and regulators in equal measure. The 2008 post-crisis paradigm marked an era of new explorations by the skilled bankers who were rendered jobless and looking for new ventures and incidentally started innovative start-ups in the form of Fintech Firms. The collaboration between Fintech Firms and incumbent industry players like...

Author(s):Justin Irungu Gachigo

Emotional Intelligence and Job Satisfaction as Predictors of Burn out among Employees in Manufacturing Sector in Nigeria

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The study examines emotional intelligence and job satisfaction as predictors of burnout among employees in manufacturing sector in Nigeria. It seeks to assess the influence of self-regulatory, self-consciousness and depersonalization on employees’ burnout. The study adopted Bar-on’s trait theory and Goleman’s competency theory in explaining how to satisfy an employee in an organization. Three hundred and fifty five...

Author(s):Eguh, Solomon Chimobi and Asonye, Bright Onyedikachi

Model of Success and Sustainability of Financial Life Skills Training Program

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Financial Life Skill (FLS) Training Program is a development program for youth with ages ranging from 18 until 34 years old. This training program's purpose is to prepare the young generation to be ready to work and to be skilled in managing finances. This program is categorized as a project held by Youth through Economic Participation (YEP) United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Indonesia with a period...

Author(s):Regina Detty

GROWTH OF SMALL SCALE BUSINESSES IN UGANDA: A CASE OF BUWENGE SUB-COUNTY JINJA DISTRICT

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The study was carried out in Buwenge sub-county to establish the role of SACCOs in the growth of small scale businesses. The study sought to find out factors inhibiting the growth of small scale business supported by SACCOs, to establish the extent to which services offered by SACCOs have led to growth of small scale businesses and to establish the sources of credit used by small scale businesses in Buwenge sub-county. The...

Author(s):GERALD JOSEPH KINTU

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