This study aims to highlight how strategic change management enhances the sustainability of academic institutions. Thus, the study explores sustainability in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world, primarily focusing on academic institutions in Namibia through the lens of strategic change management.
This research paper aimed to explore how managers describe their experiences of technology usage within the mortgage industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
GARCH Model for Evaluating Volatility Based on the Share Price of Airlines Company During the COVID-19 Outbreak
This study is implemented to analyze the volatility rate for the share price of financial markets based on airlines company. This study uses one sample of companies from Malaysia Stock Exchange for an airline company that was affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
This study aimed to ascertain how digital technologies have impacted teaching and learning capabilities in private universities post COVID-19 experience.
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.
The article highlights lessons from this pandemic for the Moroccan higher education sector, which could be illustrative for other developing countries.
This study expands and enriches tourism management knowledge in the face of a massive crisis highlighting important managerial and policy implications for reviving the tourism industry of the Maldives.
The academic paper is about the important role of knowledge of consumer behaviour in the success of companies. Knowing how the consumer behaves and what factors influence him enables companies to manage the marketing mix, branding and communication more effectively with customers.
Impact of COVID-19 on Employee Behavior: Stress and Coping Mechanism During WFH (Work From Home) Among Service Industry Employees
At the beginning of 2020, COVID-19, a novel coronavirus had vigorously spread around the world and was declared as ‘Pandemic’ on March 11th 2020 by World Health Organization (WHO).