Ajay Singh

Ajay Singh
University of Ha'il Saudi Arabia · Depratment of Management & Information Systems

PhD in Business Administration

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Introduction
Dr. Ajay Singh is presently working as Associate Professor at the College of Business Administration, University of Hail, Saudi Arabia. Ajay has 16.5 years of experience in Industry and Academia. He earned his Ph.D. and M. Phil from Bundelkhand University (BU), Jhansi (India). and, received the Gold Medal in M.Phil. He did his MBA from India . Additionally, he did Masters of Research (MRes) from Lancaster University (UK). His research area of Interest is HR and Organization Development.
Additional affiliations
November 2011 - April 2021
University of Hail
Position
  • Assistant Professor
Education
December 2004 - August 2008
Bundelkhand University
Field of study
  • Business Administration

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The purpose of the study is to examine a relationship of Larry E. Greiner growth model’s five stages with Bharti Airtel India and elicit the implications for managers. The study investigates how businesses transfigure it from crises to opportunities under these five distinguishable stages and then critically examine its implications in the context...
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Sustainable development goals (SDGs) are intended to be attained as a balanced whole. However, significant interactions (the synergies and trade-offs) between the SDGs have caused the need, especially in developing economies, to identify and pursue them in line with their particular developmental needs. The research intends to empirically investiga...
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The article employs auto-regressive distributed lag (ARDL) cointegration and error-correction modelling to study the long-run impact of investment, exports, imports, and three components of government expenditures (expenditures on health, education, and other government spending) on GDP growth in Saudi Arabia from 1985 to 2018. We observe the long-...
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Abstract: This study analyzes the role of education, training, and e-learning (ETL) in empowering Saudi society, leading to sustainable employment generation in Saudi Arabia. It applies the theory of constructivism, scoping to human aspects of teaching and learning in sustainable employment generation and social empowerment. The study primarily col...
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The study was conducted on undergraduate business students, at the College of Business Administration(CBA),at the University of Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The Researchers attempted to determine, the perception of business stream students of their learning experiences, in building their competency and skills, by applying student centred learning...
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The research aims to examine the validity of four factors (course structure, course learning outcomes, Constructiveness of learning environment, and instructors' skills) about student engagement at the University of Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The research applied the Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) technique to confirm and validate the four...
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This paper investigates and measures the competency and performance of food & drink products of various organizations of Saudi Arabia in the Middle East region. The study primarily uses organizations, past data and records, and, secondly, customer satisfaction surveys by applying a structured questionnaire. The areas of the research focus on a vari...
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The study attempts to analyze how the multi-cultural workplace environment influences employee engagement and how the engagement strategies help to create a value-driven the workforce in the workplace. The study emphasizes teaching and non-teaching employees engaging in academic and administrative activities at the University of Hail of Kingdom of...
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The research investigates how managers lead academic& administrative staff from diverse cultural backgrounds in the higher education context to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Using the University of Hail of the Kingdom from the higher education sector, as a case study, the research examines the issue faced by managers in leading and directing d...
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The purpose of the study is to examine the effect of adult learning on managerial competency development. The study considers four factors namely Vicarious Experience, Adult Motivation, physiological experiences, and continuous learning. The study examines the responses of 68 managers on adult learning in relation to managerial competency developme...
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The aim of the paper, especially focuses on measuring the performance of Almarai company’s products through customer satisfaction. The key results are focused on the determination of distinctive preferences and expectations. Measuring customer satisfaction emphasizes immediate and meaningful outcomes about customer preferences and expectations and...
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This paper analyzes the impact of effect size or the coefficient correlation of psychological ownership and job satisfaction. Twenty-three studies were selected based on the characteristics of the knowledge worker and six psychological ownership dimensions of distinctiveness. Average organizational tenure and education level were used to assess the...
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This paper analyzes the impact of effect size or the coefficient correlation of psychological ownership and job satisfaction. Twenty-three studies were selected based on the characteristics of the knowledge worker and six psychological ownership dimensions of distinctiveness. Average organizational tenure and education level were used to assess the...
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The framework of Islamic banking as enshrined by Sharia’h requires Islamic banks conforming to the Islamic norms of the business through economic and financial activities in an ethical and socially responsible manner. The purpose of this paper is to empirically develop and examine the model framework of the corporate social determinants of Islamic...
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The purpose of the paper is to study the contemporary trends in business education and its impact on country's overall growth. The paper analyses the present scenario & trends of business education of Jordan’s business schools and their impact on overall education systems addressing how is these business schools are competent in maintaining total q...
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The purpose of this paper is to examine stakeholders' values in Islamic banking by comparing Islamic and conventional banking's ethical practices in the Middle East region. The study is targeted to different groups of stakeholders of Islamic and non-Islamic banks of the Middle East region through a survey questionnaire. The stakeholder group consis...
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Women around the world are dynamic leaders and powerful advocates of development and change. However, the area for his or her leadership and broader social and political participation remains affected. By mid-2011, solely twenty-eight countries may claim that women’s parliamentary illustration had reached a vital mass of 30% or additional. Solely n...
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The Indian economy has witnessed the adverse global economic situation and posted a growth rate of 6.7 percent in 2008-09 and it is expected to record a higher growth in the year 2009-10. The economy continues to facing wide-ranging challenges from improving its social and physical infrastructure to enhancing the productivity in economic environmen...
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The paper analyzes the factors behind the ‘glass ceiling; perspectives of women executives in Hospitality Industry in India with special reference to Delhi & NCRs of India. The emerging trend towards break-up of glass ceiling in corporate sector stands as a classic example of the career pursuits among women in recent times. The increase of literacy...
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The paper analyzes the factors behind the ‘Women in Corporate Management: Balancing Personal and Career Life’ in India with special reference to Delhi & NCRs. This article explores how women’s own perceptions of career, personal and family have a telling impact on the goals, performance, and well-being of working women in India. It also discusses h...
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Gender bias is worldwide phenomenon, but it is prominent in the third world, where most of the women’s activities take place for the purpose of household consumption. With a hue and cry gender equality, this powerful and perfectionist male image and resulting suppressed emotional needs, have also started targeting women. On one side, women have bec...

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1. To identify the barriers and challenges currently, academic staff and line managers acting in leading a diverse workforce. 2. To explore strategies that can help to enhance more effective management of a diverse workforce. 3. To analyze the administration’s perceptions about managing staff from different backgrounds having international caliber. 4. Teaching staff's perceptions of the varied problems faced in imparting knowledge in a cross-culturally managed environment. 5. To evaluate the effective management of human resources in terms of the effects of internationalization. 6. To explore strategies that can help in identifying cross-cultural management barriers and fruitful recommendations to eradicate them.