SCIREA Journal of Management (ISSN: 2995-777X)

SCIREA Journal of Management is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 20 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 5 days.

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Volume 8, Issue 2, April 2024

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Chea Leanghuor, Siek Darith, Lim Kim Eav, Lay Kimley, Sun Bunna
Abstract: An organization's ability to succeed depends on its effective leadership and strategic management. This can then be accomplished by putting appropriate leadership and strategy techniques into practice and having a deep understanding of issues including decision-making, strategic planning, human resource management, and othe
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Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2024

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DADEM KEMGOU Edouard Guilaire, ONGONO AMOGO Tobie Nicaise, ESSONO BELLA, Eustache, SAA LAPA Adelphe Achile
Abstract: The main objective of this study was to examine the impact of stakeholder on performance of SMEs in Dschang (Cameroon). To achieve this, a descriptive survey research design was used in carrying out this research. The study made use of primary and secondly source of data which was collected through the aid of questionnaires
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Zi-cheng Zhu
Abstract: The engineering construction project has the characteristics of huge amount of investment, long construction cycle and many risk factors. In the process of planning, construction and operation, they are affected and restricted by many factors, and the consequences of risks are relatively serious. Taking H welding workshop c
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Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2023

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Ying Zhou Mungia
Abstract: In order to effectively improve the work efficiency of the International Affairs Department, this paper proposes a coordination management and competition analysis of the International Affairs Department based on MS-VAR model. The main content of this method is based on the relevant research of MS-VAR model. This paper anal
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Ahmed M. Abed, Ali AlArjani, Laila f. Seddek, Tamer S. Gaafar
Abstract: Client satisfaction is a machine of continuous profit. This work aims to insert the weak management (WM) phenomena (e.g., Corruption practice) that have a negative impact on productivity, social and economic climate in service and production Egyptian organizations into the Lean waste list, and propose a tracking and treatin
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Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2022

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Abdullah Azzam, Pamila Dembla
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to discuss the issues faced by the transgender community in Pakistan with a unique case study providing solutions to the problem. Two percent of the world’s population is transgender, and they face immense discrimination and violence. They are excluded from mainstream social, legal, and econom
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Volume 6, Issue 2, April 2022

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Ying-Chun Gu
Abstract: With the continuous expansion of online shopping in rural areas, the number of rural delivery is also increasing, but there are still many problems in the
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Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2022

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FLOR ANGÉLICA LAVANDA REYES, MIRIAM ROXANA CAVERO GUEVARA, ROSA FELICITA MARTINEZ GARCIA
Abstract: Este año el mundo quedó conmocionado por la pandemia del COVID -19 originando cambios sustanciales en el comportamiento y la cultura de los individuos, haciendo reconsiderar sus acciones tanto personales como comerciales. Sus prioridades cambiaron y de realizar transacciones comerciales físicas, pasaron a utilizar herramien
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Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2021

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Wenfeng Hao
Abstract: To improve teaching effects human computer interaction and animation are introduced to PowerPoint teaching platform based on conventional teaching methods. Flue gas desulfurization of limestone-gypsum of thermal power plant will be used to make teaching investigation as a sample in this paper since it is a mainstream techno
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Volume 5, Issue 4, August 2021

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Foteini Petrou, Maria Rammata
Abstract: The study of the nervous system has opened the gates into exploring the depths of the conscious trying to unlock the cerebral function, its structure and mechanisms that impact human behavior. Implementing the neuroscience paradigm for public organizations is expected to enhance inspiration and innovation for the employees,
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Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2021

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DR JOSEPH SIGAUKE, DR EMMANUEL MUTAMBARA
Abstract: Mobile telecommunication (telecom) firms often face strategic, political, technological, infrastructural, and legal challenges during international expansion. Although some telecom companies have been successful in their expansion beyond borders, others closed down and returned to their countries of origin and South African
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Yu Liao
Abstract: Leaders need to lead people to achieve organizational goals. Strong influence is a common feature of good leaders. The influence comes from the powerful image of the leader through his words and deeds, In the world's big power game, Russian leader Putin showed strong leadership and was admired and admired by the people, whi
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Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2021

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Vincent Okwudili Iweama, Edwin Chukwuemeka Idoko, Yusuf Musa Muhammad
Abstract: In Sub-Saharan Africa countries, there is growing interest regarding attraction of foreign direct investments in order to sustainably grow economy. Despite the fact that Nigeria is the economic hotspot in Sub-Saharan Africa, recent declining foreign direct investment statistics is increasingly becoming a serious concern to
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Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2021

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YU LIAO
Abstract: Since the founding of China 70 years ago, we have carried out 40 years of reform. In the past 40 years, the lives of the Chinese people have undergone tremendous changes. One fifth of the world's population has moved from being short of food and clothing to being a moderately prosperous society, The Chinese economy ranks se
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Muhammad Maladi, Zainal Arifin, Henny Septiana Amalia, Nurul Hayati
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to find out the emerging and enduring business during the pandemic covid19 in some countries to be set as example for starting a new business or surviving the remaining ones. This research was conducted by interviewing and having video conferences to some respondents from Europe, USA, South Amer
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Volume 4, Issue 4, August 2020

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JUNETH LOURDES F. MIRANDA, CPA, D.M., RAQUEL T. PLAMARA, MBA, ASTERIO T. MIRANDA, JR.Ph.D.
Abstract: This study sought to assess the level of financial viability of non-life insurance companies in Northern Samar, Philippines. Specifically, it tried to determine the profile of non-life insurance companies in Northern Samar in terms of ownership, programs and services, management and staff, financial resources, policies, sys
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Volume 4, Issue 3, June 2020

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Bojindra Prasad Tulachan, Krishna Prasad Paudyal
Abstract: A great deal of academics has marked the importance of diversified workforce at individual, organizational or national level. Nepal having myriad of cultures can have competitive advantage from resource-based perspective. However, the subaltern politics (identity politics) headed by Maoists (1996~2006) in Nepal reinforced n
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Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2020

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ZHANG Lei, MA Zhanxin
Abstract: With the improvement of people's living standards, people's requirements for the quality of life are constantly improving and the awareness of venture capital is also increasing. At present, China is facing a serious problem of aging population, the emergence of major diseases and epidemics. The opening of the second child
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Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2020

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Rohan Thompson, Jason Carter, Hector Gomez Macfarland
Abstract: The main objective of this study was to examine the relationship between emotional intelligence factors and work productivity during COVID-19. A total of 307 participants were surveyed from five large organizations in the technology industry and higher education institutions over six days. The emotional intelligence factors
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Volume 3, Issue 2, April 2019

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Bahareh Ahmadinejad
Abstract: In highly competitive markets corporate executives are looking for new ways to make people aware of their products and improve their brand. To achieve this goal, they use various marketing methods to attract more customers. One of the most effective of these methods, based on communication between people, is word of mouth (
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Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2019

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You-Yu Dai, Qianru Qin, Shuming Ma
Abstract: Brand trust is one of the ways that enterprises do to influence consumers' attitude towards their own brand, while public service marketing can effectively show the positive image of enterprises, to improve consumers' high trust in enterprises or their products. This paper uses a variety of research methods to carry out thi
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Hamid Reza Qasemi
Abstract: In today's world, a new form of organization that is known as learning organization is being developed to maintain competitive advantage in quick confrontation of challenges. In these organizations, emphasis will be placed on processes such as team building, learning, strategies to meet future challenges, reduction of middl
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Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2018

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Louis Rhéaume, Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
Abstract: SMEs and their growth are critical to the prosperity of economies around the world and our research tried to determine the factors which explain the growth of these firms. Our research questions are the following: How is it possible to develop more middle-size firms in the Québec MM-IT sector? And how can the competitiven
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Volume 1, Issue 2, December 2016

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Prabir Chandra Padhy, Ashiss Kumar Mishra
Abstract: E-commerce carries with it its own importance in the corporate world due to the effect of globalisation. Significance of E-commerce further extends in India due to the advent of ‘Digital India” campaign. Remarkable transformation has been taken place in the field of entrepreneurship by the implementation of effective govern
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Ulugbek Khalikov
Abstract: AbstractThe paper is devoted to study the contemporary role of investments to economic development in the context of Uzbek stock exchange. The comparative analysis of economic development and stock market trends in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Russia for the period of 2000-2015 are conducted using documentary analysis, quanti
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Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016

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Yu-Wei Chang, Tser-Yieth Chen, Teng-Tsai Tu
Abstract: The aim of this study is to investigate how consumers react to decoy effect. Decoy effect is a phenomenon that an option added increases the favorable perceptions of similar, but superior, items in the choice set, which indicates that the preference of people can be changed by adding a decoy option. We then want to realize
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Lam Weng Siew, Lam Weng Hoe
Abstract: Stock market index measures the general behavior and performance of stock market overtime. Index tracking is a popular investment strategy in the components of stock market index. Index tracking aims to construct a tracking portfolio to achieve similar mean return with the benchmark stock market index mean return without in
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Sabarudin Zakaria, Wan Fadzilah Wan Yusoff
Abstract: Human resource refers to the stock of productive skills and technical knowledge embodied in labor. It is tangible in nature. Many early economic theories refer to it simply as labor, one of the three factors of production, and consider it to be a fungible resource -- homogeneous and easily interchangeable. The goal of human
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