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Impact of Goal Orientation Theory on Social Capital: The Implications for Effective Team Cooperation in Uzbekistan Textile Industry
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Characteristics and Critical Success Factors Prioritization of MSMEs in African Agribusiness: A Case of DR. Congo
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Human Capital Management: Taking Human Resources Management to the Next Level in Anglophone, West Africa
Given high relevance of HCM in this 21st century, this paper is important for organizations in AWA countries because it clearly demonstrates the essence of human capital and how it can be managed from attraction to rewards stage in order to increase productivity, sustain success, as well as gain competitive advantage.
The Inclusion of Academicians into the Industry Sector in Bangladesh: A Model of Industry Engagement and Effective Innovation Performance
Industry engagement plays an important role in affecting organizational outcomes, such as innovation, R&D success, increasing the efficiency of economic performance, increased number of licenses and patents, etc.