Chijioke Nwachukwu's research while affiliated with Ural State University of Economics and other places

Publications (4)

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Purpose This paper aims to examine the mediating role of job satisfaction in the relationship between psychological empowerment and employee engagement. There is also an investigation of the moderating effect of religiosity on psychological empowerment and job satisfaction as well as job satisfaction and employee engagement. Design/methodology/app...
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Based on dynamic capability and contingency theory, authors examined the direct connection between Service innovation, Marketing innovation and Customer satisfaction, and the interacting mechanism of competitive intensity. The research model and hypotheses were developed from extant studies. Respondents from 300 microfinance banks participated in t...
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Purpose Millennials’ perception of work, personal and family life is different from other generations. Building on studies on workforce generations, this paper aims to uncover not only the effect of work-to-family conflict (WFC) and family satisfaction (FS) on millennial managers engagement but also the moderating effect of (gender and marital stat...
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The paper examines the level of adherence to internal control measures and the relationship between internal controls and crisis management. Internal control, an essential tool for crisis management, has received less attention from scholars and practitioners in Ghana. The authors employed a survey and cumulative percentage research approach. Twent...

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... An efficient product design and development strategy principally enhances the competitive advantage leading to customer satisfaction [45]. Whereas, competitive intensity has an accentuating effect on innovation and customer satisfaction, moreover higher levels of competition will push the firms to compete improve product and services [47]. Also, green brands, products and services influence customer satisfaction through value and improve their trust [21]. ...