Measuring Job Satisfaction Patterns in Saudi Arabia’s Southern Regions Hospitals: Implications for Hospital Staff Retention
Saudi Arabian hospitals, especially those in the Southern Region, can make use of retention strategies to annihilate the unbalance caused by the doctors’ high turnover.
The Impact of Social Networks on Maximizing the Competitive Value of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises
MSMEs need to think about customer relationship management from new aspects by building a conceptual and operational framework that provides both structure and flexibility.
Eco-Innovation Determination based on Structural Equation Modeling: Identifying the Mediation and Moderation Effect
The motivation of enterprise eco-innovation is always an intriguing topic for policy makers, regulators, and scholars.
Utilization of the country of origin effect in product-harm crisis management: an overview of literature and a conceptual model proposition
Country of origin has been identified as an important factor that influences successful recovery from a product-harm crisis.
The value of knowledge sharing: impact of tacit and explicit knowledge sharing on team performance of scientists
Knowledge sharing that takes place among team members is a process of great relevance that builds ties and relationships which in turn results in positive organizational and team outcomes.
The known theories of corporate financial management do not provide a clear picture of the possibility to use any of them as a common methodology, which ensures making a firm decision on the fair market value, market price or fundamental value of a company, due to their methodological features and narrow specialization in making managerial decisions.
Sustainable supply chain management through enterprise resource planning (ERP): a model of sustainable computing
The model has practical and theoretical value as it proposes that management support for implementing the sustainability strategy in the organization is essential.
Building a framework for market orientation impact on radical and incremental marketing innovation research
In our study we propose a market orientation – marketing innovation research model that is aimed to answer questions on which factors are most conducive to marketing innovation in the hospital sector in Saudi Arabia.
CEOs with higher education, their innovation goal-oriented determination, and competition pressure from home market and abroad due to high export orientation of the SME and government incentives for innovations are being main forces making SMEs realize innovations.
Generating relevant knowledge flows, would help countries like Croatia, which are lagging behind in the innovation race, to establish knowledge based economies, consequently resulting in higher competitiveness and market success.