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Language : English

DOI : 10.24924/ijabm

ISSN :

  • 2289-3717
  • 2289-4619

Start Year : 2013

Published Articles : 203



Volume: 4, Issue Number: 1

AN ASSESSMENT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ANDREW CARNEGIE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/1.9
Nnamani Marvis, Dr. Ismail Nizam

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When talking about entrepreneur traits, it's all about studying about an entrepreneurial behavior and characteristic, while entrepreneurship always involve a new startup, great risk and sacrifice, especially at the beginning stage of any business. According to Deen, (2003) majority of business always start-up and fail within the first five years. In this case, over the pass years, the study on entrepreneurial behavior has been a major topic in economic psychology to study ever. Hence this researcher has been focusing on how to understand who the real entrepreneurs are and what factors really characterized a successful entrepreneur. ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON STUDENT'S ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: A STUDY ON MALAYSIAN TERTIARY INSTITUTION

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/10.18
Michael Ewela Ebinagbome, Dr. Ismail Nizam

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Most of the problem one encounter's in life be it personal, social, educational or political are caused by how one interprets emotions by the those involved (Mishra, 2012). It is important for students in the tertiary institutions to be aware that their ability or inability to control to their emotions will directly impact their academic performance. ... Read More


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EFFECTS OF ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE ON EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/19.26
Anozie Obinna Paschal, Dr. Ismail Nizam

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The importance of this study is to review on how organizational culture can affect the performance of employees in the organization. After the finding in this research work, the result will be used to improve the current practice in organization in regards to how culture affects its employees performance, moving further the call centers in general and SingTel call center in particular will know how best to use its organizational culture to improve performance. ... Read More


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ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION AMONG THE BABYSITTERS IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/27.36
Saraswathi R Ramasamy, Dr. Ismail Nizam

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In the last two decades empirical study into the field of entrepreneurship has develop massively. A drastic change can be seen in last few years, Malaysian government also has encouraged individual who want to become an entrepreneur has an option to register as a babysitter. There are many research have been done in developed and in developing countries which show that the intention of the babysitters' to become an entrepreneur has been increasing. ... Read More


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THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN RURAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN SELAMA DISTRICT PERAK

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/37.49
Roshimi Bin Mohd Saleh, Rosliana Binti Ahmad Razilan

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Rural women are representing the female population who are living in rural areas. In traditional society which strongly applied in the rural areas, the role of women is limited to a supporting role to men. This can be seen from the types of tasks they perform, such as their role in the employment field is to help their husbands as sow, and reap change. In developing their respective families, women of traditional duties such as poke roof, defend poultry and other male role as helpful as larger and trees in family life and society as a whole. However ... Read More


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FACTORS INFLUENCING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT A STUDY ON A TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK PROVIDER IN MALDIVES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/50.64
Fazna Mansoor, Zubair Hassan, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza

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The impact of employee engagement on productivity is an important study in the field of organizational management. Employee engagement has become a key business priority for senior leaders. They recognize the possibility that a highly engaged employees can intensify innovation, productivity, and bottom-line performance while minimize costs related to recruitment and retention in highly competitive talent markets (Sibanda, 2014). This research will analyze the factors relating to employee engagement and its impact on productivity in ... Read More


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THE IMPACT OF BOND MARKET ACCESS AND CREDIT QUALITY ON LEVERAGE EVIDENCE ON MALAYSIAN FIRMS

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/65.75
Izzah Zulkiply, Hasan Miras

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The purpose of this research is to critically examine the impacts of bond market accessibility on leverage for the Malaysian firms. This research also intends to see the leverage difference in high quality (HQ) and moderate-low quality (M-LQ). This research is inspired by Mittoo and Zhang (2010) who have done similar study on the impact of bond market access (measured by having a credit rating) on leverage for Canadian high quality ... Read More


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IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE TEAMWORK ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/76.85
Walid Al Salman, Zubair Hassan

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The main purpose of the research is to examine and evaluate the influence of effective teamwork on employee performance in an entertainment industry. Identifying teamwork is a critical topic for research scholars to portray since last numerous decades .Tuckman (1965) was the pioneer for introducing a designed theory for addressing teamwork. Further, was also been highlighted by Hackman (1976). A number of studies are conducted to gauge the impact of teamwork on ... Read More


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FACTORS AFFECTING ADOPTION OF TAKAFUL (ISLAMIC INSURANCE) IN THE MALDIVES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/86.97
Ahmed Shabiq, Zubair Hassan

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This research is to examine the factors affecting adoption of Takaful in the Maldives and provide meaningful information to the Takaful stakeholders such as Takaful regulators for them to make policies to enhance market preference and Takaful companies to develop strategies to increase market share. ... Read More


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INFLUENCE OF CUSTOMER PERCEIVED VALUE ON TOURIST SATISFACTION AND REVISIT INTENTION A STUDY ON GUESTHOUSES IN MALDIVES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/98.119
Nishan Waheed, Zubair Hassan

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The research has been carried out in the island of Maafushi which has the highest occupancy rates amongst local islands and has the highest number of local island guest houses and has the most number of beds. Tourism industries contribution to GDP in 2014 has been 41.5% and a rise of 2.7% has been forecasted to directly contribute in 2015 (World Travel and Tourism Council, 2015). The tourism in Maldives is saturated geographically in ... Read More


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FACTORS AFFECTING PURCHASE DECISION OF CANNED TUNA BRANDS IN MALDIVES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2016.04/v4.iss1/120.144
Aminath Zaeema, Zubair Hassan

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Having the knowledge of the factors affecting purchase decisions of a product have a competitive advantage to formulate the most appropriate marketing strategy, advertising campaign and product characteristics that are more in line with what consumers are seeking. Resulting in having the consumers' expectations met better and increasing the satisfaction (Solomon et al, 2006). Hence, this research is conducted to identify the factors that affect purchase decision of canned tuna brands in Maldives. ... Read More


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