Adedapo Oluwaseyi Ojo

Adedapo Oluwaseyi Ojo
Coventry University | CU · School of Strategy and Leadership

Doctor of Philosophy

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Purpose-Existing studies have demonstrated the significances of job, personal and social resources in stimulating work engagement (WKE). However, the role of psychological empowerment (PYE) in linking these resources to WKE has received limited attention. Hence, drawing on the conservation of resources (COR) theory, this paper investigates the effe...
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An electronic wallet (e-wallet) is the digital equivalent of a physical wallet that can support cashless and contactless payment, thereby enabling consumers' to meet the physical contact restrictions imposed to contain the spread of COVID-19. Hence, consistent with the increasing awareness of e-wallets, this study investigates consumers' intention...
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This study explores the motivational factors that influence information technology (IT) professionals’ pro-environmental behaviors (PEBs). Based on the self-determination theory (SDT), autonomous and controlled motivations were posited as determinants of PEBs. Besides, the green human resource management (GHRM) literature was integrated to examine...
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Previous studies have acknowledged the importance of resilience in enabling individuals to cope and bounce back from crises and unexpected situations like the COVID-19 pandemic. Thus, this study advances conservation of resources theory by investigating the job, social, and personal resources underlying employees’ resilience, and the impact of resi...
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The COVID-19 Pandemic has revealed organizations' vulnerability and increased the need to ensure employee work engagement (WKE). Utilizing the conservation of resources theory (COR), this study investigates the influence of friends and family supports (FFS), employee resilience (ERS), self-efficacy (SFE), and supervisors' supports (SST) on employee...
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This study investigates usage behaviour as a variation in internet engagement by integrating the concept of access gaps with the ability-motivation-opportunity (AMO) framework. The research model was tested with data collected from 270 respondents in Klang Valley, which is the most urbanised metropolis in Malaysia. The result of path modelling anal...
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Purpose This study aims to posit the extended version of the technology acceptance model to explain the psychological factors of Muslim university students’ smartphone addictive behaviour and neglect of studies. In particular, this research conceptualised addictive behaviour as smartphone dependency and proposed process usage, flow, habitual smartp...
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Purpose Despite recognising the importance of training on the successful implementation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, there is a shortage of research on mechanisms that facilitate the effective use of ERP implementation training in business environments. This study aims to investigate the factors influencing post-implementation tra...
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A regression analysis was conducted to assess the link between resilience, supervisor support, family and friend support, psychological empowerment, and facilitating conditions with work engagement using the Statistical Package of Social Sciences (SPSS) 26. This data was obtained from a cross-sectional survey of 259 knowledge workers in Malaysia. S...
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Following research on the significance of employees’ behaviors in a firm’s environmental initiatives, this study explores the motivational factors that influence information technology (IT) professionals’ pro-environmental behaviors (PEBs). Based on the self-determination theory (SDT), autonomous and controlled motivations were posited as determina...
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The Earth's climate has changed in great measure throughout history, and it significantly impacts human society, economic development, and ecological degradation. Understanding how to sustain green volunteerism among youth is an important issue to confronting today’s ecological challenges, especially when they may serve as future leaders of environ...
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Purpose Existing literature acknowledges the role of green human resource management (GHRM) in shaping employees’ pro-environmental behaviour and environmental performance. However, limited studies have investigated the specific impacts of GHRM practices on pro-environmental behaviour from the employees’ perspectives. This study aims to conceptuali...
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Purpose This study aims to investigate the implication of workplace incivility among employees in the public service department in Putrajaya involving job satisfaction, work stress, psychological contract, knowledge sharing and work engagement. Design/methodology/approach This cross-sectional study examines the implication of workplace incivility...
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Despite the fact the government agencies and healthcare organizations make numerous efforts to prevent and control dengue epidemic, still it is a challenge. Lack of citizen's awareness of the infectious disease is one of the reasons that hampers their effectiveness. The need to reexamine and understand how the public at large view the dengue monito...
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Green IT (GIT) has become essential in ensuring the sustainable consumption and production of IT equipment for positive environmental outcomes. Nevertheless, existing studies on GIT practices have focused on the organizational level, with limited emphasis on the engagement of the IT professionals in sustainable environmental performance. Thus, the...
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The healthcare industry is increasingly becoming more competitive, with patients now demanding a higher level of service quality. This study aims to model the impact of service quality (medical care procedures, administrative practices, hospital image, trustworthiness, patient safety, infrastructure, personnel quality, and social responsibility) on...
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Purpose This study aims to investigate the factors, which may potentially influence green product buying decision among young consumers in Malaysia. Design/methodology/approach A perceived lack of intention to buy green products observed among the Malaysian Generation Young consumers has sparked the interest to carry out this study. With the aid o...
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Academics are the pillars of Institutions of Higher Learning (IHLs) where knowledge is created and shared. Willing academics will determine the quality of knowledge being shared between themselves and their students. In this research, a pilot study is conducted among academics in public IHLs, whereby the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) is adapted...
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Enterprise resource planning (ERP) system has been acknowledged as a major driver of seamless and integrated operations. Implementing ERP is a challenging task, requiring configuration, migration from legacy systems. Therefore, the successful assimilation of ERP within an organisation requires building the requisite skills and knowledge to support...
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Enterprise resource planning (ERP) system has been acknowledged as a major driver of seamless and integrated operations. Implementing ERP is a challenging task, requiring configuration, migration from legacy systems. Therefore, the successful assimilation of ERP within an organisation requires building the requisite skills and knowledge to support...
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The adoption of Green Information Technology (GIT) is important to ensure organizations' environmental performance through sustainable production, consumption, utilization and disposal of Information Technology (IT) devices. However, research on the adoption of GIT practices has mostly addressed organizational factors and outcomes, with limited emp...
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Green human resource management (GHRM) involves the alignment of the firm's HRM practices to environmental management system. However, the specific impact of GHRM practices on employees' pro-environmental behaviours , most especially in the information technology (IT) domain has not been fully clarified. Therefore, this study posits GHRM practices...
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Purpose Academics research productivity is the pinnacle issue of higher learning institution (HLI) quest for providing the best service for the community and a country’s as a whole. Being productive in their area of expertise will determine how far HLI can challenge for the best education in the world. In lieu of this, knowledge sharing (KS) behavi...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate Muslim academics’ knowledge sharing (KS) behavior and its relating predictors in the context of Malaysia. Academics being the center entity of education in higher learning institutions (HLI) has the noble obligation in spreading and sharing knowledge. Moreover, in Islamic teaching, academics havi...
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Further to the binary notion of accessibility and lack of accessibility to digital technology, this study examines Internet usage as the outcome of choice made by an individual to use the Internet. In identifying the determinants of choice, this study integrates the social cognitive theory notion of the human agency with the ability-motivation-oppo...
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This study builds on the behavioural perspective of Green IT to investigate the cognitive determinants of IT professional Green IT beliefs and the implications of such beliefs on their attitude towards Green IT practices. We posited that an individual’s belief about Green IT could be informed by one’s knowledge and awareness of the adverse effect o...
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Purpose This paper aims to understand the factors that can determine the knowledge sharing (KS) intention and behaviour of academics in Malaysian higher learning institutes (HLIs), thus affecting academics research productivity. Design/methodology/approach The study’s respondents were 525 academics from public and private HLI in Malaysia. This stu...
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Purpose This study investigates the micro-level antecedents of absorptive capacity (ACAP) based on the multilevel perspective of learning capabilities in asymmetric joint project engineering teams constituted by local employees and expatriate. Design/methodology/approach We integrated the micro-foundational and multilevel learning theories to de...
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This study investigates the underlying differences in individual knowledge acquisition capabilities. Drawing on the individual dimension of absorptive capacity, we clarify the antecedents of local team member's capability to acquire foreign partner's knowledge in joint ICT project team. Specifically, we proposed prior experience, learning goal orie...
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In this study, the role of individual differences on the cognitive, motivational, and contextual aspects of digital divide is investigated. Given the binary notion on accessibility and lack of accessibility to digital technology, Internet usage is operationalized as an outcome of choice made by individuals. The pertinent underlying factors are iden...
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This paper proposes a model to explain the underlying behavioural antecedents of the digital divide in terms of the usage of digital technology. The increasing accessibility to digital technology has triggered major changes to users’ behaviour. Some users have leveraged the technologies in enhancing productivities, while others have recorded little...
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Cyberloafing is increasingly becoming a serious issue for corporations and society. Changes in household demographics and longer working hours together with advancements in technology have resulted in the intertwining of work and family domain. Based on the theory of interpersonal behavior, this conceptual study explores and extends cyberloafing be...
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Purpose – International joint ventures offer the appropriate platform for the host partners in an emerging economy to access the external knowledge embedded in the expatriate from foreign partners. However several factors could constrain the acquisition of this knowledge by the local employees who are engaged in the former. The purpose of this pape...
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This study investigates the significance of individual differences on the local personnel capability to acquire knowledge from joint project engineering teams. The model proposes individual's prior experience, learning orientation and perception of partner's support as antecedents of local personnel absorptive capacity. The hypothesized model was v...
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Purpose – The purpose of this study is to elucidate the factors that underlie the differences in individual absorptive capacity (ACAP) within the context of joint project teams, following the individual-level perspective on potential ACAP. Design/methodology/approach – The model was empirically validated through structural equation modeling conduc...
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The recent torrential rains and monsoon rain that hit several states in the East Coast of the Peninsular caused massive flooding, never witnessed in Malaysia before. The sheer catastrophic consequences of the floods were akin to an inland tsunami, as commented by several officials in the country. Official reports and media release estimated that th...
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Purpose – This study aims to investigate the micro-antecedents of the multidimensional construct of absorptive capacity (ACAP) from the perspective of the individual characteristics underlying learning capability in joint project information and communications technology (ICT) teams. Specifically, the model proposes prior experience and learning go...
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This study investigates the significance of joint ICT projects with foreign partners in the acquisition of knowledge by local personnel in an emerging economy, based on the perspective of individual’s absorptive capacity (i.e., ACAP). The model conceptualizes knowledge acquisition capability as the individual dimension of ACAP and posits difference...
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This study proffers a micro-level conceptualization to absorptive capacity, by investigating individual's capacity to learn from asymmetric engineering project team. Thus, the model proposes prior experience, learning orientation and need for cognition, as antecedents to abilities to recognize the value of and assimilate competent partner's embedde...
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Purpose – This paper attempts to propose a conceptual model to explain the micro-level antecedents of absorptive capacity (ACAP) and social context of joint engineering project teams. It delineates ACAP into four dimensions and suggests specific level for each dimension. Revisiting the micro-foundational origin of ACAP, acquisition of partner's emb...
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This study advances the multidimensional concept of absorptive capacity (ACAP) by theorizing the individual and collective capabilities underpinning knowledge acquisition and utilization in joint project teams in Nigerian upstream oil industry. By assuming the lowest form of engagement as the joint project teams constituted by local employees and c...

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To explore the micro and macro determinants of sustainable IT practices in the workplace.
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Interdisciplinary perspectives on the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic in everyday life and the workplace
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2 journal (1 ISI, 1 Scopus indexed) 1. Fauzi, M.A., Tan, C.N.-L., & Ramayah, T. (2018). An integrative model of knowledge sharing in Malaysian Higher Learning Institute. Kybernetes 47 (5), 1031-1052 [ISI Impact factor 0.811] 2. Fauzi, MA., CNL Tan, T Ramayah, AO Ojo (2018). Knowledge sharing intention at Malaysian higher learning institutions: The academics’ viewpoint. Knowledge Management & E-Learning 10 (2), 153–169 [Scopus] Conference 1. Fauzi, M.A, Tan, NL. Ramayah. T (2016). Assessing academics’ knowledge sharing. Knowledge Management International Conference (KMICe) 2016, Chiang Mai Thailand, 235-240 2. Fauzi, M.A, Tan, NL. Ramayah. T (2015). Improving Research Productivity through Knowledge Sharing: The Perspective of the Malaysia’s Institution of Higher Learning. 11th Asian Academy of Management International Conference, Batu Ferringhi, Penang