Fatai Lawal

Fatai Lawal
Covenant University Ota Ogun State, Nigeria · Department of Business Management

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Publications (19)
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E-Commerce is one of the major application areas in modern settings of organized business systems. However, one of the major concern that restrict its adoption by customers and organizations is internet security. Data was collected 610 call to pick-up customers of 4 e-Commerce organizations in Nigeria using a structured questionnaire. Hypotheses we...
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E-Commerce is one of the major application areas in modern settings of organized business systems. However, one of the major concern that restrict its adoption by customers and organizations is internet security. Data was collected 610 call to pickup customers of 4 e-Commerce organizations in Nigeria using a structured questionnaire. Hypotheses wer...
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This paper investigates the impact of perceived risk and perceived legislation on e-commerce acceptance. Questionnaire was used to collect data from 666 come-to-claim customers of top 4 e-Commerce organizations. Hypotheses were tested using Hierarchical Regression Analysis. The results revealed that perceived risk and legislation have significant e...
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This article presents data that examined the impact of bureaucratic processes on the performance of small and medium enterprises in Nigeria. A survey was carried out by administering the questionnaire to 400 business owners selected from three reputable associations, namely: NASME, NASSI and ASBON (Nigerian Association of Small and Medium Enterpris...
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This data article presented the effect of the Big Five Personality traits on entrepreneurs’ commitment. 400 copies of questionnaire were administered to practicing entrepreneurs whom were members of a business guild in their annual end of year meeting and award day. 369 copies were duly filled and returned for use. Using statistic package for socia...
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This study presents a data-set on the influence of managerial incentives on bank performance in selected Deposit Money Banks (DMB) in Nigeria. The use of managerial incentives to align interests of the principal and agent is advocated by agency theorists, but the peculiarity of the banking industry in terms of the role of regulation, capital struct...
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This article presents data that examined the modeling of nexus between entrepreneurs׳ commitment and business performance in a developing country. 315 copies of questionnaire were retrieved from 400 copies that were administered to Nigerian Association of Small Scale Industrialists (NASSI) Southwest chapters which comprised of six states. In additi...
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Entrepreneurial ventures constitute important drivers for economic growth and corporate success irrespective of size, age or the industry they play. This study examines the moderating impact of entrepreneurial competencies on the relationship between entrepreneurial climate and venture performance. A sample of 400 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs...
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The significance of Entrepreneurship development can be appreciated from the perspective of the promotion of growth, innovation and prosperity of economies. An effective financial system is one that can provide incentives in form of financial resources to a broad range of enterprises in diverse circumstances and channel financial wealth from differ...
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An evolving dimension of entrepreneurial research reveals that entrepreneurial orientation and entrepreneurial networks are critical factors in fostering performance outcomes. However, there is death of studies that examined the relationship between risk-taking dimension of entrepreneurial orientation and informal networks on SMEs performance. This...
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Entrepreneurial ventures constitute important drivers for economic growth and corporate success irrespective of size, age or the industry they play. This study examines the moderating impact of entrepreneurial competencies on the relationship between entrepreneurial climate and venture performance. A sample of 400 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs...
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An evolving dimension of entrepreneurial research reveals that entrepreneurial orientation and entrepreneurial networks are critical factors in fostering performance outcomes. However, there is dearth of studies that examined the relationship between risk-taking dimension of entrepreneurial orientation and informal networks on SMEs performance. Thi...
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Promoting gender equality is an essential component of the development strategy that seeks to enable people, both men and women, to reduce their poverty level and bring about improvement in the standard of living. An important element of sustainable development is to manage the natural resource base on which human activity depends. However, sociall...
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Global developments now place emphasis on sustainability as an obvious goal and sustainable entrepreneurship has become a novel area of entrepreneurship providing the link between sustainability management, entrepreneurial activities and sustainable development. SMEs form major business establishments across different economies and in view of their...
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Abstract: Vision and mission statements are considered as an important part of strategic management process for organization. It applies to all types of organizations such as public, private, profit or non-profit making, multinational as well as small and medium scale enterprises. A well prepared vision and mission statements would distinguish one...
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This paper investigates the effectiveness of strategic human resources management (SHRM) practices on organizational climate in the Nigerian banking industry. The empirical study was conducted via a multi-respondent survey of 6, out of the 22 banks that have implemented strategic human resources management (SHRM) programme since the 2004 consolidat...

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To examine the effect of Micro finance Banks' activities on Deposit Mobilization of bank clients and establishment of it's branches in order to increase accessibility of the banks products and services by the economically active population.
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