Priya Ranjan Trivedi Dr. Priya Ranjan Trivedi born is the only person in the world who has given a new dimension to education, training and research by advocating for having more number of job givers, rather than job seekers through a neological and a neocratic approach to teaching, training, research and other didactical process. He is the first person to have:
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The mediating role of employee satisfaction. How functional and emotional ads drive smartwatch adoption: The moderating role of consumer innovativeness and extraversion.
The Context of Online Learning usage in Yemen.
Empirical Evidence from Malaysia. Reducing temptation to switch mobile data service providers over time: Choosiness and its Implication on Graduate Employability.
Patients perception of the information security management in health centers: Coordination of efforts in disaster relief supply chains: B2B E-commerce adoption in Iranian manufacturing companies: The contingent role of organizational culture.
Innovation Culture in SMEs: Finding greener grass on the other side of hill: An integrative model of knowledge sharing in Malaysian Higher Learning Institute.
The Ecosystem of Entrepreneurial University: Internet Research, 27 1 The impact of sustainable manufacturing practices on sustainability performance: Empirical evidence from Malaysia. Examining Norm Activation Theory. Modeling Mobile Money Adoption: Drivers for the adoption of sustainable manufacturing practices: Why do satisfied customers defect?
A closer look at the simultaneous effects of switching barriers and switching inducements on customer loyalty. Journal of Service Theory and Practice, 27 3 Information Systems Management, 34 3 Empirical study in the Malaysian market.RESEARCH PROPOSAL ON A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON MARKETING OF FINANCIAL SERVICES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR COMMERCIAL BANKS INTRODUCTION Marketing as a concept was generally associated with tangible goods like consumer and manufactured goods.
Gradually the principles of marketing were applied to businesses intangible goods also like financial services.
EFFECTS OF MOTIVATION ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF GHANA COMMERCIAL BANK, KUMASI ZONE. BY THOMAS OWUSU A Thesis submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of .
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Southern Africa is particularly susceptible to climate variability and drought and is increasingly being threatened by desertification processes, degradation of land and water resources and loss of biodiversity.
Although rainfed farming is a high-risk enterprise, it is also a way of life and people are committed to making the best of the scarce resources at their disposal. The HRM practices in banks is gradually forging ahead.
A majority of the banks have set up separate researchers outside the corporate management have attempted to study the Human Resource Management variables. A Study On Hrm Practices In Public Sector Banks In Krishnagiri District.
the HR Conference of Public Sector Banks, Mumbai, 1 June If the banks’ HR practices are augmented and optimized, may be through such conferences, there will be an overall improvement in efficient management of banks, which would preempt the need for the promoter/ owner K C Chakrabarty: Human Resource management in banks .