The research paper conducts vetting investigations, which were of the Institutional Shareholder Services [ISS] taxonomy. There was no evidence that the ISS-assignment used, as a driver, the reported magnitude of the accounts of the Balance Sheet or Income Statement. This will address a question begged by the study where there was alignment with the Revenue or the Net Asset Management basis for the GQS.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
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The Impact of Quality Service on Customer Satisfaction in the Banking Sector amidst Covid-19 Pandemic
This study provides a review of the literature on the influence of service quality on customer satisfaction in the banking sector amidst the COVID-19 pandemic to determine the existing research gap.
This study aims to analyze the impact of working capital and production costs on consumer behavior, as well as the impact of working capital and production costs toward sales turnover in the Covid-19 era in LQ45 manufacturing companies on the IDX in 2015-2020.
The findings of this study can build on business management to reduce company cost while promoting positive cyberloafing to creative innovative workplace behaviors, increasing sustainability.
This study is focused on the effect of cultural intelligence (CQ) on job performance of academic staff in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. Cultural intelligence dimensions studied were metacognitive, cognitive, motivational, and behavioral dimensions.
Big Data Approach to Visualising, Analysing and Modelling Company Culture: A New Paradigm and Tool for Exploring Toxic Cultures and the Way We Work
This paper explores the use of big data to measure company culture, good and bad, including toxic culture. Culture is a central factor driving employee experiences and contributing to the great resignation.
The study recommends that apart from the new wave of increased interest in regional integration and removal of trade barriers, there is need for a major shift ECOWAS member nations must play down on the continued dominance of primary production, export and low value addition.
The study aims to determine the role of the Internet of things in achieving the competitive capabilities and priorities of transportation companies and highlighting the importance of the Internet of things because the transport activity is considered as one of the important logistical activities that have a large share in the cost of products.
This study critically reviews the literature that demonstrates the relevance of knowledge management process and business intelligence, as well as the challenges arising when it comes to organizing for innovation in today’s business organizations.
Technological Innovation as a Strategy for Competitive Advantage within the Namibian Banking Industry
The purpose of this paper is to analyse the effectiveness of technological innovation as a strategy for driving competitive advantage and increasing market share in the Namibian banking sector.