Bahaudin G. Mujtaba

Bahaudin G. Mujtaba
Nova Southeastern University | NSU ·  H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship

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This study examines the relationship between personality traits and burnout through self-efficacy among public school teachers, while assessing the moderating role of school climate between self-efficacy and burnout. The 375 responses were collected from teachers belonging to three districts for this quantitative-based study, and the deductive appr...
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The main purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between psychological capital and employee performance through the mediating role of job embeddedness. Psychological climate is used as moderator to intensify the link between psychological capital and job embeddedness. Using data from 350 nurses belonging to four public hospitals, p...
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The impact of acculturation on leadership style is an important topic for the global community, especially during stressful years of the Covid-19 pandemic. A quantitative, non-experimental, descriptive-correlational design using primary retrospective data was employed in this study. We used established instruments such as the Acculturation Rating S...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to offer an informed method of collaboration for leaders in organizations to support adaptation to dynamic changes and challenges. Design/methodology/approach A qualitative analysis was undertaken to utilize change style preferences and personal resources in coping and responding to the extraordinary change bro...
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This study examines the impact of rational and emotional advertising appeals on children’s psychological prosperity. It also explored the moderating role of parental support in the relationship between advertising appeals and the psychological wellbeing of children. A quantitative research approach was used and data were collected from children 8 t...
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Autism, also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), is a genetic / neurological condition, impacting about 2% of young children in the United States, which causes certain challenges in one’s communication, learning, socialization, and even stress management coping skills. Children with autism tend to demonstrate the presence of constrained, confi...
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Have you ever had multiple goals and aspirations at once? Psychologically, planning a written list and working through the plan is likely to lead to more productivity than simply dreaming about achievements. Professionals in many disciplines use written checklists to ensure productivity and safety in the workplace. For example, Dr. Atul Gawande’s c...
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It is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore the relationship between instigated workplace incivility, organizational justice, and employees’ turnover intention. We examine the organizational justice-outcomes’ relationship in the presence of Islamic work ethics (IWE) and trust in leader (TIL) in the tourism industry. Drawing upon equity theory,...
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This longitudinal research describes how a 50-person management staff, led by a committed chief executive officer (CEO), was able to successfully implement a team-based structure and strategy to achieve a radical change from a non-profit hospital to a for-profit organization over a 12-year period. Many of the issues addressed and practical steps ta...
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In response to the concerns of global data-driven disruption in marketing, this qualitative study explores the issues and challenges, which could unlock the potential of marketing analytics. This might pave the way, not only for academia–practitioner gap mitigation but also for a better human-centric understanding of utilising the technologically d...
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There is a noticeably small amount of research available on child sexual abuse (CSA) in many nations, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which creates many difficulties in ascertaining and addressing the true extent of this crime. Child sexual abuse is an especially repulsive crime, a fact that sometimes makes it very challenging for governm...
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The health emergency and pandemic at the global level was announced in the early months of 2020 due to the Covid-19 corona virus, and healthcare workers have had to perform their duties in risky circumstances. Consequently, the healthcare professionals are more vulnerable to being infected with the Covid-19 coronavirus. Hence, through the lens of t...
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to analyze the factors affecting startup development and the entrepreneurship ecosystem's contribution to it. Design/methodology/approach A quantitative methodology is used for data collection from different startup owners working across Pakistan. It is a cross-sectional descriptive study, which investigates th...
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Purpose The advent of the #MeToo movement has brought forth increased national and global attention to sexual assault, abuse, misconduct, discrimination and harassment in the workplace, especially by prominent executives against subordinate female employees. Accordingly, in this article, we are thoroughly analyzing one aspect of office romance and...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is two-fold: to examine the relationship between social support and social entrepreneurial intentions and to test the moderating roles of entrepreneurial education and physical proximity to the office of the US Small Business Administration. Design/methodology/approach The study adopts a quantitative methodologica...
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The purpose of this paper is to analyze the leadership styles and approaches that are linked to Afghan and Thai respondents by exploring their task and relationship orientations to glean best practices for application in the war-torn nation of Afghanistan. To continue gathering more data, we have consistently been using Northouse’s Style Questionna...
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The engagement of customers on websites should be at the heart of e-commerce because driving traffic to a website or platform enhances the opportunity for better branding and growth in revenues. Through a review of literature and practical observations of various websites, this paper explains engagement for e-commerce to increase traffic on website...
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This study examines when and why job insecurity due to COVID-19 leads to decreased well-being in hotel (restaurant) delivery personnel. It also examines resiliency as a moderator between job insecurity and employee anxiety. Data was collected in time lags from 253 respondents of food delivery personnel in hotel restaurants. The findings suggest tha...
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Publix Super Market is relentlessly committed to creating employment opportunities for the communities it serves, especially in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. Amid ever increasing exogenous pressure, Publix has anchored itself in its world-class Human Resource Management, e.g., staffing protocols, performance management, and employee-management...
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Case Synopsis This paper is provided as an innovative resource for those in the academic and training arenas to use as a case example in discussing the problem of pharmaceutical cargo theft. The case delves into the worldwide, ongoing dilemma of pharmaceutical trucking cargo theft losses and the effects of such theft. For those unfamiliar with the...
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In-service education and training (INSET), motivation and person-job fit of workers are considered vital for the performance of employees. The focused purpose of the study is to examine the associations between in-service training and motivation impact on job performance of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) teachers, while examinin...
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The construction industry’s work process can lead to the generation of waste which does not add value to the operational performance. The purpose of this research is to study the operational performance of the Malaysian construction industry. Based on the analysis of 296 responses from Grade 7 construction organizations, the data revealed that thes...
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Interest here lies in saving the global digital developing system from increased pollution and climate changes, highlighting the importance of policies, consumers, buyers, suppliers and distributors, and being aware of environmental, social, economic, and ethical responsibilities. Green market orientation and market capability work well in competit...
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Defamation, or defamation of character, is heard often in the media when one person has supposedly made a false statement that harmed another’s reputation in some manner. However, the legal wrong or tort of defamation can take place in the employment context when employers or managers make an intentionally false statement that harms an employee’s c...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between social capital and psychological well-being through perceived social support testing social media usage as a moderator. This study is based on social capital theory, which is centred on human interaction through social support to amplify the psychological well-being. Data was coll...
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Workplace mobbing and bullying are the most pressing and urgent problems which employees, managers, and executives of most businesses can face in their day-to-day activities. The HR managers are responsible for the effectiveness of the processes in the workplace management and for protecting employees from unfair harassment and humiliation. The sys...
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Due to the potentially negative impact on the employees’ well-being and productivity, the stress in the workplace becomes one of the most difficult problems for the enterprise’s successful operation. The frequency of its manifestations in the workplace is constantly increasing. These issues are especially relevant in the Covid-19 era when HR manage...
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Suicides have been a reality of life due to many factors across nations. In the United States alone, about 30,000 to 40,000 individuals are likely to take their own life this year. During the Covid-19 Corona virus months, telephone calls to the suicide hotlines in the United States have increased significantly. As such, suicide is a huge, complex a...
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While most employers, managers, and employees have heard and read much about the #MeToo movement, little academic attention has been devoted to ethical analysis of office romance and sexual favoritism polices in the modern workplace. Everyone is likely to agree that romantic relationships will continue in the workplace regardless of organizational...
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Yesterday's success is at the roots of tomorrow's crisis. This article develops a strategic comprehensive framework that can be used to analyze issues for SMEs relating to the Sustainable Development Goals to be called "SME Cultural Agency Superstructure" with extensive theoretical grounding concerning international adjustment. Cultural Agency Theo...
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Stress impacts all employees in the private and public sectors. This study was conducted with public sector organizations to measure the stress perception of employees due to task overload. Data were collected from 595 employees and their overload stress perception was assessed using demographic variables. The results confirm that employees of a co...
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Refined SME cultural agency, analysed and synthesised using cultural agency theory. The findings achieve objective 1: (1) market orientation has a positive and direct influence on innovation; (2) market capability has a positive and direct influence on innovation; and (3) corporate sustainability has a positive and direct influence on innovation; o...
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The purpose of this paper is to analyze the leadership tendencies of Afghan and Japaneserespondents by exploring their task and relationship orientations. While there are many published studies onthe Japanese work culture and leadership practices, research about Afghan working adults is limited. Usingthe Style Questionnaire, this research collected...
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The green market economy (GME) refers to a global economic condition able to contribute constructively to economic, social and environmental development and sustainability. Here a model of GME will be developed using cultural agency theory, thus representing it an adaptive complex system. This economy develops through the involvement of a plurality...
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Purpose — The purpose of this chapter is to create awareness and provide practical solution for the diversity conflicts and challenges facing people in Afghanistan. Design/Methodology/Approach — The content comes from the literature and personal observations of living in Afghanistan, while also meeting several ministers and the former president of...
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The green market-led economy (GME) can be modeled through cultural agency theory, thus representing it as an adaptive complex system. This economy develops through the involvement of a plurality of the World Trade Organization and commercial agents interacting in an emerging market environment that is able to support sustainable (economic, social,...
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With the evolving nature of the business world, it has become a modern necessity to have a diverse workforce. As such, human resources professionals and managers must be prepared for the redesign of their organizations to be more inclusive throughout their formal hierarchies. Although the overall attitudes have become generally more feminist, the u...
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This study aims at finding out the effect of incentives on the behavior of faculty, through a qualitative analysis of the views of the respondents, supported by evidence from the literature. Development of codes at two levels, such as descriptive and inferential codes, leads to the generation of patterns. Data were collected from six universities a...
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This paper focuses on the relationship between two important business indices: the degree to which a country's business is centrally regulated, and the level of business corruption perceived in that country. The main purpose and methodology is to analyze the data from 47 globally dispersed countries based on the Organization for Economic Cooperatio...
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This study examined the relationship between change interventions and employee turnover intention to see if change interventions lead to increased employee turnover intention. Moreover, the mediating role of employee stress was tested. Data were collected from 162 respondents working at various administrative positions in a large public organizatio...
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Soaring flows of data and information affect organizational transformations and social changes. Adjustment of viable SME cultural agency by recognizing challenges and opportunities in order to maintain integrity, identity, and autonomy, while maintaining viability of viable SME cultural agency is modeled in cultural agency theory through the next 1...
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A brief explanation of strategic SME cultural agency and global market economy superstructure, based on grounded theory, the Cultural Agency Theory (Yolles, 1999, 2006, 2017), to raise a concern of the actual strategic SME cultural agency interplay with involved agencies in global market economy for viable awareness building in SME cultural agency,...
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Unexpected complex challenges and threats arisen from global technological changes following the global financial crisis, require international adjustment of global SMEs to be resilient and successful businesses. They have to increase understanding these challenges and opportunities linked to society's transitions and adaptations. A brief compositi...
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Purpose While the words diversity, disparate impact, and discrimination are commonly read and heard by working adults and professionals, they can at times be confusing and fearful to some managers. The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of a specific aspect of US civil rights laws – the disparate impact theory. The authors provide an...
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The objective of this study is to evaluate the factors that influence credit and operational risk in commercial banks. Financial data was collected from 11 commercial banks of Pakistan listed in Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) over the period of 2009-2014. Different statistical tools and techniques are applied to find the cause and effect relationship...
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Workplace spirituality or spirituality in the workplace is about employees search for meaning, purpose, and interconnectedness in the workplace. Similarly, transformational leadership is a leadership style that encourages a higher level of moral maturity and performance standard for followers. In this chapter, through a review of literature and pro...
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There is a dearth of research and absence of any research model which identifies and examines the effectiveness of IAF in the Kingdom of Thailand (Thailand). Accordingly, the research conducted culminated in the construction of conceptual and empirical IAF models, which should prove useful to internal audit practitioners and academic researchers in...
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Each organization is likely to have its own unique organizational culture that can either be helpful or hurtful to its employee recruitment, productivity, and retention. Dysfunctional organizational cultures tend to have an informal means of communication where certain code words are used to covertly discriminate toward minorities and candidates ba...
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The strategic role of human resource (HR) management should be seen as an integral element of a company’s overall success in accomplishing its mission and business strategy. The paper will demonstrate how the decisions of a company’s HR department are essential for a company’s long-term success. In other words, strategic planning will not be presen...
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The Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP), the driving principle for people or organization's way is based on: Moderation stressing the middle way between hunger and luxury; Reasonableness referring to thoughtful considerations; Self-Immunity signifying the alleviation of economic, social and environmental risks; Knowledge focusing on the wisdom and...
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Globalization has placed modern organizations in tremendous competition locally and regionally across borders; thus, the ultimate goal of every organization is the same which is profitable survival. In order to make sure that this profitable survival goal does not come at the cost of harming others, guiding principles are needed to bring goodness a...
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The effectiveness of an organization’s internal audit function (IAF) is a pre-requisite for good corporate governance and should be maintained at all time (Dhamankar & Khandewale, 2003). There is a dearth of research and absence of any research model which identifies and examines the effectiveness of IAF in the Kingdom of Thailand (Thailand). Accor...
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This Chapter is a short review of the Iranian culture as well as historical changes and development in Iran. The chapter provides a discussion of industrialization in Iran after medieval age. The section also includes how males and females have played an important role in shaping the Iranian culture and the process of modernization. Discussion incl...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the extent to which perceptions of one’s colleague’s fair treatment by an authority, termed vicarious justice, can affect an individual’s satisfaction with and cooperation toward the authority, after controlling one’s personal justice experience from the same authority figure. Design/methodology/ap...
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The evidence from the recent global financial crisis indicates the importance of ethical decision making in the banking and finance industry. This study surveyed 90 banking and finance postgraduate and undergraduate students in Vietnam to examine the differences in their ethical decision making and social desirability bias. The questionnaire consis...
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One of the main responsibilities of educators is to prepare the future leaders for our communities and society so they can think of the legal, ethical, social, and environmental consequences of their decisions as managers and professionals. In other words, these future leaders must become great forecasters of the impact of their decisions, strategi...
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The financial collapse of many prominent institutions over the past six years has highlighted the importance of morality and ethics in the workplace. Recent evidence has demonstrated that ethics is an important topic for all working adults and students who will soon join the workforce. As such, using the personal business ethics scores (PBES) surve...