Research Papers/Topics in Business Management

Product Life Cycle Management

AbstractProduct life cycle management is the succession of strategies used by management and as a product goes through its product life cycle. The conditions in which a product is sold changes over time and must be managed as it moves through its succession of stages. It is claimed that every product has a life period, it is launched, it grows, and at some point, may die. A fair comment is that - at least in the short term - not all products or services die. Jeans may die, but clothes probabl...

Characterizing and Predicting Early Reviewers for Effective Product Marketing on Ecommerce Websites

AbstractOnline  reviews  have  become  an  important  source  of  instruction  for  users before manufacture an informed procure decision. Early reviews of a product tend to have a high  effect  on  the  ensuing  product  sales.  In  this  paper,  we  take  the  initiative  to  study  the behavior  characteristics  of  early  reviewers&nbsp...

A Study on “Challenges of Six Sigma Implementation in Human Resource Management” Special Reference to Information Technology Sector

When we think of applying the Six Sigma in to HRM, an inevitable question is that, to what an extent all the processes of HRM are measurable. Many companies attempted to implement this methodology and got backward in middle of the process or beginning due to the challenges in implementing Six Sigma in HRM. Measurability of a process depends on the perception of an individual HR person; this is mainly due to the non-measurable nature of HR processes. Most of the o...

Role of Management Education in Entrepreneurship Development in India

AbstractThe growth of entrepreneurship is the need of hour today. With the kind of saturation of job market and the development of artificial intelligence, there will be further severe imbalance in the demand and supply of jobs. This could create a big economic crisis and lead to many other macro-economic fluctuations. Hence the challenge is to prepare for the near future by equipping the current human resource. Management, which is considered as one of skill based professional course, is the...

Sustainable Integrated Model for Classroom Engagement

India’s higher education system, following the United States and China, is the third-largest in the world. Indian government already recognized the importance and spends 6% of GDP on education. Engaged students are expected to perform better. Classroom engagement refers to teacher - student involvement throughout the learning process. It is a multidimensional construct that can be measured with all the dimensions dynamically interrelated like Behavioral engagement, ...

A Critical Study on the Effects of Organization Structure on Employee & Job Satisfaction

AbstractIn this paper, A Critical Study on the Effects of Organization Structure on Employee & Job Satisfaction. In this research of the researcher, some factors of job satisfaction of employees in Samsung company were explored and found effective way to give employees satisfaction to get the most profit in the company. Employees are very important for Samsung company nowadays. It is very important for a manager to identify employee satisfaction in the company by following the rules and...

The Effects of Organisation Structure on Job Satisfaction

AbstractThese are directly related to the organization such as the size of the organization, structure of the organization, employee-employer relationship, management ability, leadership, delegation and all such things are the factors affecting job satisfaction. Organizational factors include work, salary, promotion, supervision, work group and work situation. Job satisfaction describes how satisfied a person is with his job. The happier people are within their jobs, the more satisfied ...

Coursework on Classical Theories

Management is the skill of getting work done with the active assistance of other persons hence an organization cannot attain its purposes without appropriate management. For instance, every society always depends on group work, and as many systematized groups have turned into large, the workload of managers has been growing significantly and difficulty also arises (Naidu,2016).  According to  Nwachukwu, (2009),  management theories are the set of general rules that guide the ma...

EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CHALLENGES FACING OWNERS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES IN A RECESSIVE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IN ENUGU METROPOLIS

ABSTRACT This study, the effect of organizational challenges facing owners of medium enterprises in a recessive business environment in Enugu metropolis. The effect of organizational challenges were carefully examine and the aim of the study is to assess the organizational challenges facing owners of the medium scale enterprises in a recessive business environment. The survey research design was adopted and a sample size of 270 (two hundred and seventy) was gotten using Yamene 1964 f...

Assessment of Indigenous Entrepreneurs in International Business (A Study of Coal Camp, Enugu)

ABSTRACT This study is on performance of indigenous entrepreneur in international business in Coal Camp Enugu. The survey research design was adopted and a sample size of 171 (one hundred and seventy one) was gotten using Taro Yamani formula. Questionnaire were administered to the respondents and 50 was returned, which was used for the analysis. The data for the study was analyzed using simple descriptive statistics of SPSS. Hypotheses were tested using the Chi-square. The study reve...

Assessing the Role of Small Business Enterprises for Sustainable Development (A Case Study of Hians Technology Enugu Urban)

ABSTRACT The topic of this research work is geared towards the impact of small business in Enugu Urban Area of Enugu state. The aim of this study is to examine and identify in detail the problems, prospects, effects and the importance of the development of small business in the area under study. This work has five chapters, with each chapter focusing in a specific objective. Chapter one talks on a brief history of small scale business, chapter two highlights other researcher’s work...

Financial Strategy Implementation and Profitability of Small and Medium Entreprises in VOI

ABSTRACTFinance is a major challenge for the prosperity of SME’S. Implementing revenue, cost and investments financial strategies are major drivers for improved profitability performance in SME’S. Achieving SME profitability by utilizing SME resources in certain situations and circumstances requiring strategic action over time is paramount. Implementation theory provides a way of integrating information from different agents involved in financial strategy implementation. Designing of syst...

Organisation Behaviour: A Case Study of Primark

Table of ContentsIntroduction Overview of the company Diagnosing Primark’s culture Organisational Culture Framework Paradigm Theory Organisational Practices Practices to improvise the effectiveness of the organization IntroductionOrganizational behaviour is the main component that determines the culture of an organization or a company. The culture often assists in the motivation of employees and plays a very important role to bridge the communication gap between the employees. In the presen...

Analysis of the Opportunities and Challenges of Businesses Towards the Establishment of Operations in Different Countries With a Logistics and Supply Chain Approach

INTRODUCTION   Globalization is a strong engine room that transformed the world from its old method of transaction to a modern one without stress. Globalization has made companies to grow wider, bigger and better in size, length, purchasing power and affluence and it is in a logistically method to match each culture and tradition for result oriented reason. Porcile (2020). Globalization is playing a role of supply chain management by transferring businesses from a location...

Computerized Accounting Systems And Financial Performance Of Commercial Banks In Uganda; A Case Study Of Centenary Bank -entebbe Road Branch

The study was conducted in order to assess effects of computerized accounting systems and financial perfo1mance of commercial banks in Uganda. The study objectively sought to examine the application of computerized accounting systems on the perfom1ance in commercial banks in Uganda, to establish the performance of commercial banks in Uganda and to dete1mine the relationship between computerized accounting systems and pe1formance in commercial banks in Uganda. The literature review was c...


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