Kabiru Maitama Kura

Kabiru Maitama Kura
Universiti Teknologi Brunei · UTB School of Business

PhD

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Introduction
My research focuses on empirical and theoretical investigations that enhance understanding of issues related to the managing people at work. Specifically, my research interests include, but not limited to: job performance, workplace deviance, organisational citizenship behaviour job attitudes, personality and individual differences, green behaviour at work, and leadership.
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May 2007 - June 2015
Universiti Utara Malaysia
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With the high demands to provide service quality, growing workforce, and globalization of economy, HR has transformed into an inevitable power of technology that transforms HRM into electronic human resource management (E-HRM) systems. Brunei Darussalam without exception is also practicing E-HRM in the government sector called government employee m...
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Purpose To address this question, this study aims to drew from resource-based view to examine the mediating role organisational innovation in the relationship between change-oriented leadership and organisational performance. Design/methodology/approach Given that the unit of analysis is an organisation, 219 principal officers, including President...
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Employee voice which refers to the collective bargaining of employees in an organization, is gaining much attention and importance. Studies are linking the role and relationship between employee voice with many important individual and organizational outcomes. To understand its current state and influence, the present study tested employee voice an...
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It is indisputable that small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) play a vital role in promoting economic growth of every country. In Brunei, SMEs make up 97% of all enterprises and contribute 22% of the country' gross domestic product. While SMEs play a vital role in economic growth of Brunei, evidence suggests that they lack access to business dev...
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This study was set to examine the relationship between artificial intelligence (AI) quality, customer preference, satisfaction and continuous usage intention of e-banking services powered by AI solution. To achieve this, a cross-sectional research design was employed to collect data from the bank customers using purposive snowball sampling. In tota...
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The construct of graduate employability (GE) has received considerable attention from researchers and practitioners because of its crucial role in national economic agendas. Previous research is mixed in terms of the association between psychological capital (PsyCap) and GE. This represents a significant theoretical gap in the literature. To addres...
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Problematic internet use is prevalent among university students, and it has been associated with increased adverse health outcomes. The results of existing research are mixed regarding the effects of problematic internet use on health outcomes. To resolve this ambiguity, we drew upon the self-control theory and person-situation interaction model to...
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Accounting, Management, and Economics (ICAME 2019) held in Makassar, Indonesia in 25 October 2019, Makassar, Indonesia. The 25 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 136 submissions. They focus on both Accounting, Management and...
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Chapter 3, Application of Hill’s strategy development framework towards some restaurants in Brunei Darussalam. Be creative and innovative are two strategies that can be implementedas well as maintaining and improving the quality for being order-winner.
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of compensation, training and development and manager support on commitment level of hotel employees and the moderating role of co-worker support in the service context. The study used a cross-sectional and quantitative mail survey approach. Hotel employees in Malaysia were surveyed, and Parti...
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The purpose of this article is to examine the relationship between developmental human resource (HR) practices and work engagement by focusing on the moderating role of service climate. Specifically, employee training opportunities, career developmental opportunities, and developmental performance appraisal were cast as the key dimensions of develo...
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Although there is strong evidence in the literature to support the relationship between human resource development (HRD) practices and counterproductive work behavior (CWB), little is known about the psychological processes underlying this relationship. The present study examined whether employee engagement mediates the relationship between HRD pra...
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This study is aimed at examining the relationship between human resource management practices and organizational performance. Training and development and compensation practices were mainly incorporated in our research model. A sample of 181 Education Ministry, boards, parastatals and agencies in seven states of NorthWestern Nigeria was drawn using...
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By integrating resource-based view and theory of quality management we evaluated the moderating role of competitive intensity on the link between total quality management (TQM) implementation and S ME performance. Using a stratified random sampling, 357 self-administered questionnaires were distributed to owner-managers of SMEs operating in Kano an...
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Although prior research has consistently established a positive relationship between performance appraisal and organizational performance across different research contexts, the mechanisms that underlie this link remain unclear. The present study attempts to fill this void by testing the mediating role of ethical climate in the relationship between...
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High incidence of dishonest academic behaviours, such as cheating, plagiarism, and exchange of sex for better grades has become a major concern for stakeholders of the higher education system in Nigeria. This problem has reached a point where public confidence in the integrity and quality of graduates may be eroded. Drawing from Ajzen's (1991) Theo...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relationship between corporate entrepreneurship (CE), organizational culture (OC) and business performance (BP). Additionally, the study has attempted to address the moderating influence of OC on CE–BP relationship. Design/methodology/approach Data were collected from middle managers of Big...
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Although the relationship between entrepreneurial learning and the performance of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) has been established in the literature, the mechanisms that explain this relationship remain unclear. To address this lacuna, the present study proposed innovativeness as a mediator between entrepreneurial learning and SMEs performa...
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Although the relationship between entrepreneurial learning and the performance of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) has been established in the literature, the mechanisms that explain this relationship remain unclear. To address this lacuna, the present study proposed innovativeness as a mediator between entrepreneurial learning and SMEs performa...
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Following a comprehensive review of the existant literature on human resource management (HRM) and organizational behavior, this paper proposes a conceptual model that highlights the role of contextual factor in affecting HRM practices-turnover intention relationships. More specifically, we propose that perceived organizational politics may play a...
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To develop greater interest in enterprise start-up, efficient corporate management among adults and effective enterprise finance strategy among policy-makers, this study was conducted to examine the level of awareness of crowd-funding model and its effect on entrepreneurial intentions among Nigerian university lecturers. With a survey, data were co...
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To develop greater interest in enterprise start-up, efficient corporate management among adults and effective enterprise finance strategy among policy-makers, this study was conducted to examine the level of awareness of crowd-funding model and its effect on entrepreneurial intentions among Nigerian university lecturers. With a survey, data were co...
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Purpose Drawing on social learning and self-efficacy theories, this paper examines links among perceived workgroup norms, self-regulatory efficacy, and deviant workplace behaviours. Design/methodology/approach Faculty members from universities located in the northwest geopolitical zone of Nigeria participated. Partial least squares path modelling...
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Although extant empirical research on workplace deviance has traditionally focused on behaviours that threaten the well-being of an organization and/or its members, however, there is a paucity of research investigating constructive deviant behaviours, which play a significant role in creating positive organizational change. Drawing upon social exch...
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Although research supports the association between environmentally specific transformational leadership and employees’ green behaviour, the role of environmental concern in this relation is less understood. This study examined the possible mediating influence of environmental concern in the relation between environmentally specific transformational...
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In today’s highly competitive market environment, customer relationship management has become a key strategy for personalizing customer experience, improving customer satisfaction, as well as building and maintaining loyalty. The present study investigates the relationship between customer relationship management dimensions and behavioral intention...
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Global climate change has become a major environmental issue that pose a significant threat to human health and natural systems. However, it is extremely likely that human activity contributes significantly to climate change. Drawing on theory of public service motivation, this study examined the relationship between public service motivation dimen...
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Extant empirical research has reported conflicting findings with respect to the effects of punishment certainty and punishment severity on organizational deviance, suggesting the need to introduce a moderator. The present study tested whether self-regulatory efficacy matters on the relationships among punishment certainty, punishment severity, and...
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Previous research has consistently shown that job satisfaction is negatively associated with lower levels of employee-turnover intention. However, little research has been conducted on the potential moderating effects of one or more socio-demographic variables on this relationship. The present study proposed to replicate and extend the findings of...
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While a growing body of empirical research has indicated that employee’s perception regarding human resources management practices play significant role in explaining turnover intention, however, the mechanism behind this relationship remains unclear. This study investigated the mediating effect of organisational trust on training and development -...
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Research Interest: Fraud Forensics, Accounting, Auditing, Corporate Governance, Risk Management Subject Area: Social Science, Business & Management, Business & Economics Article Type: Research Paper JEL Code: M410, M420
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The purpose of this paper is to propose a framework for understanding the antecedents of cyberdeviance at work. It is widely agreed that in today's dynamic internet age, the use of information and communication technology in the workplace provides organizations with opportunities to create a competitive advantage, improve performance and reduce ope...
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Prior research has indicated that employee turnover is detrimental to both individuals and organisations. Because a turnover intention in the workplace is detrimental, several factors have been suggested to better understand the reasons why employees may decide to leave their organisations. Some of the organizational-related factors that have been...
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Employee deviance is prevalent and could have significant consequences to organizations and/or its members. Drawing upon deterrence theory, this study examined the mediating role of self-regulatory efficacy on the relationship between punishment certainty, punishment severity and organizational deviance. The participants were 197 employed postgradu...
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Prior research has indicated that employee turnover is detrimental to both individuals and organizations. Because a turnover intention in the workplace is detrimental, several factors have been suggested to better understand the reasons why employees may decide to leave their organizations. One of the significant predictors of employee turnover is...
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This study examined the influence of honor codes and classroom just ice on students’ deviant behavior. One hundred and two final year undergraduate students studying in various higher institutions of learning in Nigeria part icipated in the study, including Bayero University, Kano, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Federal Polytechnic, Kaura Namoda,...
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Despite the empirical studies on the role of organizational and personality-related factors in minimizing the likelihood employees to engage in deviant behaviour at work, literatures indicate that less attention has been paid to the effects of organisational formal control on deviant behaviour at work. Even if any, the findings were inconclusive. H...
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This study examinesthe psychometric properties of the workgroup norms construct in the Nigerian context. Three hundred and fifty-four teaching staff from various universities located in north-west geopolitical zone of Nigeria participated in the survey. The data was analysed using Smart PLS 2.0 M3 software. Our results suggest that workgroup norms...
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Although extant research has suggested that personality traits and organisational factors can be related to the incidence of workplace deviance, little work has been conducted on how organizational formal control and self-regulatory efficacy might contribute to the understanding of deviant behaviour at work. This study examined the influence of org...
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This pilot study investigated the Influence of organizational formal control on workplace deviance among 81 teaching staff from various higher education institutions in Nigeria, including universities, polytechnics and colleges of education. A web-based survey was used to collect data. The data collected was analysed using Partial Least Squares (PL...
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Several factors have been suggested to explain why employees engage in deviant behaviour at the workplace. To date, some of the factors that have been considered include perceived organisational politics perceived organizational justice, organizational trust, group cohesiveness and group identity, among others. Despite these studies, however, few s...
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Several studies in the field of industrial and organizational psychology (I/O) have reported that workplace deviance is related to organization/work variables, such as organizational politics, perceived organizational support, job satisfaction, job stress, and organizational justice among others. However, relatively few studies have attempted to co...
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This study investigated the influence of group norms and self-regulatory efficacy on workplace deviant behaviour. A web-based survey was used to collect data from 217 teaching staff from various higher education institutions in Nigeria. The data collected was analysed using Partial Least Squares (PLS) path modeling. As predicted, the path coefficie...
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Although, extant empirical research on workplace deviance has focused primarily on the retail, hospitality and banking industry, however there is a paucity of research investigating employee misbehaviour in other service settings such as higher education institutions. Drawing upon social learning theory, this study examined the influence of group n...
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The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship of owner/manager knowledge, co mpetitive intensity, complexity of marketing, technical co mpetence, firm size with the mediation of advisory services on the performance of Nigerian SM Es. The study emp loyed structured questionnaire survey involving a samp le of 278 manufacturing SM Es operat...
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ABSTRACT: One of the major concerns of many employers and human resource management practitioners (HRMPs) is to make their employees highly satisfied in order to retain them as well as to make them productive and committed to their organization. Unfortunately, many cases of turnover and poor attitudes to work have been frequently reported by many s...
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Several studies in the field of management, organizational psychology, sociology and criminology have reported that workplace deviance is related to organization/work variables, such as organizational justice, job satisfaction, perceived organizational support, and job stress, among others. However, few studies have attempted to consider the influe...
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This study examines the antecedents of customer switching behavior in Nigerian banking industry. Customer switching behavior in deposit money banks has become an important issue for discussion among the researchers, policy makers and other stakeholders of banks. From the marketing literature, three antecedents of customer switching behavior were id...
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Stock investment, which many people referred to as investing in shares is one of the topical issues among, businessmen, employees of both public and private sectors, students, farmers and even political office holders. In Nigeria, this organised system of investment has gained acceptance longtime ago in western part of the country. Thus, this paper...

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Annals of Contemporary Developments in Management & HR (ACDMHR) is a scholarly peer-reviewed open access international research journal enabling low cost publication solutions while projecting an image of quality research. ACDMHR is published by the International Association for Educators and Researchers (IAER) which is a CIC (Community Interest Company) i.e. a low-profit organization, registered in England and Wales. As an Open Access journal, ACDMHR aims to provide a channel for quality research to be publicised to a broad audience. Past issues of ACDMHR are made available at the Archives section. AETiC invites authors to submit their original research, review and survey papers which significantly contributes to the existing domain of research and adds new knowledge in the field of contemporary developments related to general business & management, organisational behaviour, human capital and employee well-being at work.