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, ...

Creating Businesses by Students, Challenges and Prospects: A Case Study of Students on the University of Cape Coast Campus

The purpose of this study was to explore and examine the challenges (impacts) and prospects of students in the University of Cape Coast. The study was built on the diffusion of innovation theory, McClelland theory, Abraham Maslow‟s Hierarchy, and Keller‟s ARCS Model to identify the variables influencing student entrepreneurship. The study was based on the following objectives : To examine the academic challenges or impact of student entrepreneurship; to examine the social challenges ...

Pay Satisfaction And Employee Commitment In Expatriates Owned Businesses In Ghana

ABSTRACT The purpose of this work is to examine the influence of pay satisfaction on the three dimensions of employee commitment (affective, normative and continuance) among employees of expatriates owned businesses in Ghana. The sample for this study was limited to the local employees of these expatriates owned businesses. A sample of 222 responses were retrieved from seven expatriate owned companies in North Kaneshie Industrial Area, Accra and used for the analysis. Simple linear regr...

Leadership Styles As A Precursor To Employees Task Performance; Measuring The Phenomenon In Ghana Cocoa Board

ABSTRACT The research sought to determine the relationship between the transactional and transformational leadership styles on employees’ task performance using evidence from Ghana Cocoa Baord (COCOBOD). The methodology of this study primarily utilized the quantitative approach. Data was gathered from 127 respondents selected from the organisation using purposive and convenience sampling techniques. The instruments used self-administered close-ended questionnaires. Ethical considerati...

BUSINESS REPONSE PATTERNS TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ISSUES: AN APPRAISAL OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INITIATIVES IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACTIn recent years, advocates of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) have argues that CSR should be a strategic engine for a long term corporate profits and responsible social development.

Culture and Working Climate of the Organization and Values Important to Google and The Ethical Standards Maintained by Them

Table of Contents1. Industry Analysis    31.1 About Google    31.2 Industry Player    31.3 Organizational Structure    32. Market Analysis    42.1 Market Position    42.2 Problems Faced by Google    43. Culture and Working Climate of the Organization    53.1 Work Environment    53.2 Hiring    53.3 Retention    63.4 Leadership&nbsp...

Effective Management Process

Effective management practices allow business organizations to thrive in unpredictable business environments. Today, the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed business organizations to intense pressure from intense market volatility. Effective managers have utilized different strategies to ensure continuity of work processes in organizations. For instance, the remote working strategy has allowed managers to address the problem associated with lockdown and interaction restrictions. Virtual coll...

Impact of Industrial and Hazardous Waste on Human Populations

The world has in the last decade seen the proliferation of manufacturing industries a state that has earned this era the industrialization age. Globalization of business operations has been the core driver of the industrial operations as enterprises seek to position themselves strategically through value addition and profitability. Countries have also supported and focused their investments towards industries so as to position themselves competitively at the global scale. The result is ...

An analytical study of Industrial Expectation from Management Student and the role of Management

AbstractModern education is witnessing wide changes in the wake of globalization of economy. Traditionalway of learning and development is gradually shifting towards skill development and pragmaticlearning modules. In addition to knowledge acquisition now a day’s business and operational headsof various industries and firms are giving more importance to skill acquisition. It is widelyacknowledged by various researches that there is big gap between what the kind of educationimparted by the e...

Extracurricular Activities and Employability Skills with reference to MBA Students of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur

ABSTRACT:Extracurricular activities play an important role in today's business management program. MBA students are receiving training in different areas and this program produces exceptionally talented professionals with the right attitude, right skills and knowledge as required current industry. The purpose of this study is to determine whether the skill improvement of MBA students differs based on their participation in extracurricular activities. Extracurricular activities are found in al...

SWOT 1

Executive SummaryThe "Emaar Properties Public Joint Stock Company (PJSC)" is based on recent managerial and strategic issues facing the organization, which must be resolved prudently to permit growth, as well as keep up with a competitive spot. Thus, this analysis paper will analysis presents the case for the company. The analysis first identifies the key issues, then analyses the cases via relevant strategic models and tools such as the SWOT analysis. The analysis will assist in as...


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