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Employee Learning Theories and Their Organizational Applications
Empirical evidence identifies that organizational success hinges on employees with the required knowledge, skills, and abilities and that employees’ effectiveness at learning new skills and knowledge
USING EMPLOYEE CREATIVITY TO UNPACK THE ‘BLACK BOX’ IN THE HIGH-PERFORMANCE WORK SYSTEM (HPWS)-FIRM PERFORMANCE NEXUS
The extant research findings have identified lacunas (i.e. gaps, unresolved issues, and black box) in the High-Performance Work System (HPWS)-Performance relationship and suggested usage of a
Filling up the HRM ‘Black Box’; do creativity and management philosophy matter?
Although mediating variables are of importance in the HPWS-Performance nexus, identification of the fitting intervening variable(s) that mediates between the nexuses is a crucial issue, and the
Attribute Prioritization in Discrete Choice Experiment: Challenges and Suggested Approach in a study on Malaysian Islamic Finance Talent Job Choice
There has been an increase use of Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) by researchers in the field of Human resources management. DCE is a quantitative technique that quantifies values placed on
WINNING THE TALENT WAR: UNDERSTANDING MALAYSIAN ISLAMIC FINANCE GRADUATE TALENTS JOB AND ORGANIZATION ATTRIBUTES PREFERENCES USING CHOICE BASED CONJOINT ANALYSIS
The talent crunch and consequent war of talent poses serious risk for the success and sustainability of industries all over the globe. This is most especially so in the Malaysian Islamic finance
Family Business Dilemma: Who Will Inherit?
This case identifies cogent human resource (HR) issues that are related to succession planning an entrepreneur in small family business should take cognisance of to guarantee strategic business
Management Philosophy: An Internal Boundary Condition to Hpws-Sme Performance Nexus in Nigeria
Although existing research evidence establishes positive effect of high performance work system (HPWS) on firm performance, it is deemed worthwhile to advance the field of knowledge further and
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF UNIVERSAL NEWBORN HEARING SCREENING PROGRAMING IN MALAYSIA AND NIGERIA
TLDR
It is found that UNHS practices in Malaysia and Nigeria have both difference and similarities, however, their approaches differ in the area of a finance, follow-up interval, and years of introduction among others.