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  • The Challenges of Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises in Engineering:
           South Africa

    • Abstract: The small, medium and micro enterprise sector is an economic engine for many countries. Realizing the potential of small, medium, and micro enterprises, the government of the Republic of South Africa has put a burden on itself to create 90% of jobs through small, medium, and micro enterprises through the implementation of the 2030 National Development Plan. Despite these initiatives, the failure rate of these enterprises in South Africa is still high and continues to increase. This research aims to investigate the challenges of small, medium and micro enterprises that operate in the formal economy, with the focus narrowed down to small, medium and micro enterprises that provide engineering services to engineering-intensive firms in the public and private sectors in South Africa. The target is a sample of member companies of Consulting Engineers South Africa, as well as random engineering service firms that render similar services. In general, engineering services’ small, medium and micro enterprises mainly depend on owners’ limited capital, which limits growth initiatives. Moreover, the absence of adequate resources, business facilities and specialised equipment puts small, medium and micro enterprises at a competitive disadvantage and, therefore, causes stagnation. Government’s initiatives are not well publicised and, therefore, small, medium and micro enterprises are not well informed to capitalise on such initiatives.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • A Differential Effect of Research Teaching Innovation on Dissertation
           Completion Rate and Pass Mark at TGSL

    • Abstract: This research examines the differential effect of research-writing teaching innovation on proposal and dissertation completion rates at the Turfloop Graduate School of Leadership (TGSL). The method combined a review with a longitudinal quantitative secondary data design. The data on proposal and dissertation completion rates were compared using a t-test statistics. Findings show that at an alpha level of 0.05, a significant difference (at P<0.05) exists in the proposal and dissertation completion rates between the pre-innovation teaching period and within the innovation teaching period – with improved completion rate occurring during the teaching innovation period. Results also depict a mean difference in research methodology pass marks (albeit insignificance). Based on the findings, the paper contributes by developing an agency-based inclusive framework for teaching dissertation research writing. This framework provides an agenda for further research on teacher and student agency, and hence inclusive teaching of academic writing.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Corporate Sustainability Through the Presence of Women in Boards:
           Empirical Evidence from Developing Economy

    • Abstract: The purpose of this study is to address the emerging concept of women on boards as a solution to breaking gender barriers in boardrooms and its influence on sustainability reporting in Sri Lankan companies. The study aims to explore the relationship between the representation of women on boards and sustainability reporting, while also investigating the potential role of gender diversity in promoting sustainability in social, economic, and environmental spheres. The research adopts a comparative approach to examine the degree of women on boards and the level of sustainability reporting in Sri Lanka. The study utilizes the resource dependency theory, contingency theory, and agency theory as theoretical frameworks to analyze the association between women directors on boards and sustainability performance. Archival data from the highest market capitalization companies during the period of 2016 to 2019 is collected from audited annual financial statements. The study reveals a significant positive relationship between the presence of women on boards and sustainability reporting in Sri Lanka. It addresses the empirical and contextual gaps in this area, providing valuable insights into the positive impact of gender diversity on corporate sustainability practices in the Sri Lankan context. The research emphasizes the pragmatic solution of including women’s voices in the boardroom to foster gender diversity and create an interest in sustainability, which is an emerging trend in the country. Overall, this study adds valuable knowledge to the fields of corporate governance, gender diversity, and sustainability reporting.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Telemedicine Cybersecurity Protection in Reproductive Healthcare

    • Abstract: Telemedicine and telehealth have emerged as transformative forces in modern healthcare, reshaping the landscape of reproductive health for both women and men. These technologies have ushered in a new era of healthcare delivery, offering innovative solutions that enhance access, convenience, and quality of care in reproductive health. This article explores the profound impact of telehealth and telemedicine on reproductive healthcare and underscores the critical importance of cybersecurity in safeguarding the integrity of these services.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Using ICT Tools and Technological Applications in this Era of the COVID-19
           Pandemic to Facilitate Learning

    • Abstract: The globe is shaken by the abrupt emergence of the deadly Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The global education system has been put to the test by this circumstance, which compelled educators to quickly adopt Information & Communication Technology (ICT) tools and technologies to support instruction. Although, great attempts are made by scholars to study the implications of Coronavirus Disease 2019 on the higher education curricular, there is dearth of previous studies regarding the impact of Information & Communication Technology tools and technological applications to foster learning amid Coronavirus Disease 2019 outbreak. This exploratory study therefore uses a meta-synthesis approach and visited relevant literatures as lens to primarily examine the need to use Information & Communication Technology tools and technology applications to enhance learning in the Coronavirus Disease 2019 age. The research also shed some insight on the difficulties involved with employing Information & Communication Technology tools and technical applications to aid learning in times of pandemic and catastrophes, and it offers potential answers to educational institutions on how to handle these complications. The study’s findings suggest that Information & Communication Technology tools and technologies are the magic bullet for optimizing learning in times of disaster like the Coronavirus Disease 2019 pandemic. The study also shows that by overcoming some technical and financial obstacles like high cost of technology devices, electricity problems, lack of expertise, etc., the lessons learnt from the abrupt and compulsory adoption of Information & Communication Technology tools and technologies to lessen the negative effects of the disaster on learning amid Coronavirus Disease 2019 global emergency will help create new opportunities for the use of blended learning approaches to meet the needs of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 disruption and future learning deliveries.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • The Role of Digital Finance, Financial Literacy, and Lifestyle on
           Financial Behaviour

    • Abstract: The development of technology and information provides convenience and many choices in making financial decisions. Many new and diverse financial products require people to have a better understanding of the process of using them. This is supported by financial literacy and an understanding of managing finances to avoid bad financial decisions. Technology adoption also leads to a rigorous lifestyle that makes them use digital services as a quick and useful tool for their activities. This study aims to examine the role of digital finance, financial literacy, and lifestyle on student’s financial behavior. This study used descriptive and verification method with a quantitative approach. The primary data was collected through questionnaires from student respondents in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. The results of this study indicate that partially the use of digital finance has a insignificant effect on financial behaviour, but financial literacy and lifestyle has a positive significant effect on financial behaviour. Simultaneously digital finance, financial literacy, and lifestyle have a significant effect on students’ financial behavior. The study showed that the use of digital finance is only for transaction benefit not for behavioral change. It is expected to create awareness of their investment products and develop their application into more secure products in changing financial behavior.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Investment Decision-Making Behavior in the Era of Covid-19: An Analysis on
           the Basis of Mental Accounting, Loss Aversion Bias, and Risk Tolerance

    • Abstract: The era of Covid-19 is a condition that illustrates the uncertainty of national and world economic conditions, which encourages individuals to be able to manage their economy and finances. Therefore, this research aims to explain whether mental accounting, loss aversion bias, as well as risk tolerance can affect investment decision-making in the Covid-19 situation from the point of view of behavioral finance theory. The results of research using SEM PLS analysis show that Mental Accounting, Loss Aversion Bias, as well as Risk Tolerance, have an effect on investment decision-making. Based on behavioral finance theory, the results of the study illustrate that in the Covid 19 pandemic situation, individuals will generally respond to information received as a basis for making decisions by paying attention to the level of risk and optimizing the rate of return from the investment made.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Multiple Streams Approach and Punctuated Equilibrium Theory: Compared and
           Contrasted

    • Abstract: Kingdon’s Multiple Streams Approach (MSA) and Jones and Baumgartner’s Punctuated Equilibrium Theory (PET) are public policy frameworks that have existed for many years. Given their long-term popularity, it is important for readers to have a strong working knowledge on how said frameworks function, and be able to compare and contrast them. It has also been put forth that PET only serves as an updated version of MSA, but this paper argues that said assertion is inaccurate, as PET is a useful framework in its own right. By inspecting this paper, readers will learn about MSA, PET, how they are similar and different, how they can be operationalized or used in real life circumstances, how they have been tested, and it is ultimately concluded that PET is not just a reworking of MSA.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Green Transition and the Business Sector in the European Union and Romania

    • Abstract: Increasingly obvious over the last two decades, human society and the economies of all the countries in the world faced and continue to face increasingly accelerated, amplified, diverse and divergent economic, social, political and technological trends and developments, among which three so-called megatrends stand out for intensity and persistence: digitization and automation of production, greening of economies and global economic power shifts. Considering such issues, the paper focuses on a brief analysis of how the green transition affects the business sector (enterprises) in the EU countries, with a focus on Romania - an EU member state that registers a relatively low level of penetration of the circular economy. Indicators of the green economy and eco-innovation and referring to the economic dimension of the circular economy, were used for the analysis. The results show that the EU27 economies generally are leaders in most of the aspects concerning the greening of economies and their business sectors, but Romania reveal certain relative delays of the local business sector in moving towards production and business development methods characteristic of the ecological economy.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Development of Sustainability Balanced Scorecard: A Case Study from
           Apparel Industry Sri Lanka

    • Abstract: This study aims to determine the obstacles the Sri Lankan apparel manufacturing industry faces when implementing sustainable practices and develop a Sustainability Balanced Scorecard to address those obstacles. The apparel export industry is one of Sri Lanka’s most significant contributors to the country’s overall economy. The multiple case study method was employed in conjunction with a qualitative approach in this study. This study also used data triangulation, which comprised both primary and secondary data from interviews and observations. Secondary information was gathered from annual reports and other documents. The population of this study is the apparel export industry and selected three apparel companies as the sample and interviewed nine managers from these companies. The interviewed data were transcribed into the transcript and analyzed through narrative analysis. By considering all the practices in three companies, this research constructed a sustainability balanced scorecard which can be used for other companies to build up their sustainability practices. The main issues identified in this research can be summarized as follows, Manual system of data entering and performance evaluation, there is no sufficient Hazardous Waste Management and disposal facilities in the country, Financial constraints prevent best-in-class equipment and procedures from being implemented. Sri Lanka has no solid waste recycling facilities for its primary waste type, fabric waste. As a final point, this research can be concluded that the regulators and policymakers can use the constructed sustainability balanced scorecard for the policy development on sustainability practices.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Tawadhu Attitude and Service Performance: Moderate Role of Self-Concept

    • Abstract: This study aims to investigate and evaluate the impact of: (1) Islamic training and development towards service performance, (2) tawadhu attitudes towards service performance, (3) the moderating role of self-efficacy in the effect of Islamic training and development towards service performance, and (4) the role of self-efficacy in moderating the effect of tawadhu attitude on service performance. The population in this study were all Muslim employees at cooperative and sharia savings and loan institutions in the DIY Province, Indonesia. The approach for choosing sample in this research is purposive sampling, with a number of respondents being 160 respondents. The results of the study found that: (1) Islamic training and development had a significant effect on service performance, (2) the attitude of tawadhu had a significant effect on service performance, (3) self-efficacy had not been able to strengthen the influence of Islamic training and development on service performance, and (4) self-efficacy has not been able to strengthen the influence of tawadhu attitude on service performance.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • The Sustainability of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUS)
           in the Post-COVID-19 World and Beyond

    • Abstract: Higher education has long been the cornerstone of success in the United States. Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have provided educational opportunities to African American students since the late 1800s. HBCUs have produced some of the most influential and successful graduates in all fields of study. HBCUs have produced some of the most influential and successful graduates in all fields of study. Writers like Toni Morrison, current U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris, civil rights leaders like Martin Luther King Jr., and entertainment icons like Oprah Winfrey are just a few of the most famous and influential graduates of HBCUs. These graduates have successfully succeeded in their respective fields and indelibly impacted society. HBCUs have also been instrumental in helping to close the achievement gap between African American and white students and have provided a safe and supportive environment for African American students to pursue their educational goals. This paper explores the organizational strategy and marketplace sustainability of HBCUs in the post-COVID-19 competitive higher education marketplace.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • The Role of Green Process Reengineering in Improving the Performance of
           Total Productive Maintenance

    • Abstract: In light of the contemporary developments in all the different sciences and technological changes, and the increase in the environmental impacts of production processes, it is required of the Iraqi economic units to use modern technologies applied in the world, to keep abreast of these developments and adhere to the legislation related to environmental protection on the one hand, and to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of labor activities and techniques, and this leads to consequently reduce production costs, and providing environmentally friendly production processes at the same time, and this requires the application of modern and advanced methods and methods, and accordingly, this research came to clarify the application of one of the modern techniques in cost management, which is the technique of re-engineering green processes and its role in improving the overall performance of the economic unit in particular, and the performance of in particular Total productive maintenance, Thus, the aim of the research is to highlight that green process reengineering technology has a role in improving the performance of Total productive maintenance. To develop the Iraqi industrial sector, the sulfuric acid plant in Al-Furat Company for Chemical Industries and Pesticides was adopted as a sample for research, as it is one of the Iraqi industrial economic units seeking development and facing great and growing competition. Total production maintenance, this hypothesis has been proven by applying green process reengineering to the production processes of the research sample factory. The research reached several conclusions, the most important of which is that the application of green process reengineering technology steps contributes to reducing costs by improving the performance of Total productive maintenance, and helps the research sample to protect the environment, and presented a set of recommendations that contribute to the development of the research sample and environmental protection.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • How Supply Chain Management Practices Influence Customer Development and
           Operational Performance

    • Abstract: This study was undertaken to measure the supply chain management practices affected customer development and operational performance at small and medium-sized businesses (SME) that distributed liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). The dataset contains 103 SMEs in East Kotawaringin, Indonesia. Quantitative techniques were employed in this research, and Employing questionnaire to collect data. To analyze the data for this investigation, partial least square structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) was used. The outcomes of all variables’ data analysis have a significant effect on all other variables in this model. The study’s findings show that supply chain management practices have a significant impact on customer development and operational performance, while customer development has a positive and significant impact on operational performance. Furthermore, Customer development can act as a mediator in the interaction between operational performance and supply chain management. The study’s conclusions have some relevance for LPG retailers
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • What a Genuine Value-Based Leadership Commitment to Hiring
           African-American Faculty in Business, Technology, and Public Health
           Requires at the Highest Ranked and Most Prestigious U.S. Universities

    • Abstract: There is a significant shortage of minority faculty at U.S. colleges and universities (Davis & Fry, 2019). The U.K. is even worse than the U.S., where just 160 out of 22,855 professors in 2020/21 are Black, essentially less than 1% (White, 2022). Black, Hispanic, Native American, and multi-racial faculty members are underrepresented in the faculty ranks, compared to not only their share of the U.S. population (Gasman, 2022; Davis & Fry, 2019). The U.K. is even worse than the U.S., where just 160 out of 22,855 professors in 2020/21 are Black, essentially less than 1% (White, 2022). Minority students with educators of the same race or ethnicity are more likely to see those teachers as role models and report more significant effort in school and higher college goals (Davis & Fry, 2019). Academic performance gaps of minority students can close by as high as 50% if faculty more closely resemble students (Davis & Fry, 2019). Research shows a significant strong positive relationship exists between graduation, transfer, and drop-out rates for minority students when there are increases in faculty diversity (Cross & Carman, 2022). This paper explores the value-based leadership best practices to recruit more African-American faculty in 2022 and beyond.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Understanding the Challenge of Cybersecurity in Africa: A Holistic
           Analysis of Southern African Development Community (SADC) and Foundation
           for Future Research

    • Abstract: The continuous shift towards a world relying on computing leads to an increase of the potential risk factors that users face while roaming the digital world. The constant technological innovation we are witnessing creates the necessity of developing reliable systems, strategies, and frameworks against nefarious users threatening the security of information and data. Emerging countries begin to face issues related to cyber warfare and security. This study provides insight into the technological risk factors that could potentially delay further development in the technological growth of developing nations, focusing on selected countries in the African continent. The threats against confidentiality, integrity, and availability do not have an impact exclusively on information systems but, to a larger scale, on a region’s efforts for innovation. This paper intends to provide the readers a holistic review of the status of cyber security in the context of developing countries, specifically in the African continent and the Southern African Development Community.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Institutional and Chaos Theory: Compared and Contrasted

    • Abstract: Institutional and Chaos Theory are frameworks in organizational behavior that have existed for many years. Given their long-term popularity in said field, it is important to have a strong working knowledge of each theory and be able to compare and contrast them. Both theories are wholly applicable to current world happenings, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement. By inspecting this paper, readers will learn about Institutional and Chaos Theory, be able to identify how they relate to timely world occurrences, discover their implications in regard to public policy and public administrations, and reflect upon how they can be useful in respect to other organizational and global matters.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Human Error - A Critical Contributing Factor to the Rise in Data Breaches:
           A Case Study of Higher Education

    • Abstract: With increasing technical safeguards to protect information systems, Human error continues to be a critical factor contributing to the rise in information systems attacks and data breaches. Inadequate or unenforceable Cybersecurity policies or training can open doors for adversaries to circumvent technical safeguards and paint a picture of a growing cybersecurity problem. The problem investigated in this work assesses if organizations adequately invest in resources to provide industry-aligned cybersecurity education, training, and awareness that can minimize human error leading to cyber-attacks. This work aims to investigate breaches attributed to human errors and compare cybersecurity policies, education, training, and awareness programs in three different schools in New York State. The work focused on user awareness and vulnerable behaviours, effective training for users, and investigating start-of-the-art approaches to gauge or evaluate the organization’s cybersecurity stance when compared to industry frameworks like the NIST framework. A Triangulation research approach including quantitative, qualitative, and descriptive methods are adopted for this work. Instruments for data collection include a survey, literature review, qualitative analysis to identify research gaps, and assessments of the questionnaires. This work demonstrates that formulated enforced cybersecurity policies coupled with targeted security education, training, and awareness are instrumental to decreasing user errors, thereby reducing the probability of a cyber-attack.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • How Well is the Coffee Business Supply Chain Performing in West Java'

    • Abstract: Coffee grown in Indonesia has been proven for its quality made Indonesian coffee consumption continues to increase from year to year in many countries. However, the coffee business has not reached its maximum potential due to numerous barriers and supply chain management is one of them. This research aimed to identify the potential cause for blocked chains as one of the business threats that will significantly impact the entire business process in the long term also identifies the success factors related to the coffee supply chain to improve the performance of the business processes. This research utilized an inductive study with quantitative and qualitative approaches using primary and secondary data collection strategies. The research result indicated the low weight for dimensions in “Deliver” and “Return” performance with indicators including “Shipping”, “Good relation with customers”, “Mutual relation with suppliers”, “Return procedure”, “Processing time”, “Ease of process”, and “Complaints that quickly resolved”. Therefore, to the result, the factors that are considered as a direct risk to the blocked chains are “Shipping”, “Processing time”, and “Ease of process”. While the score for supply chain performance in West Java Coffee is 71% for KPIs in Reliability and Responsiveness. This research also provides a coffee supply chain model that will positively contribute to knowledge especially for identifying potentially blocked chains in the coffee business.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
  • Asset Management in the Waste Treatment Environment

    • Abstract: The main aim of the research study was to determine what drives the asset management inadequacy in the waste-water treatment utilities, as to ascertain the main drivers of the equipment failures are, and whether the maintenance strategies respond or are adequate to deal with the failure rate of equipment in the waste-water treatment utilities. The environmental impact driven from the non-compliant final effluent discharged into the water resources in the country resulted from the equipment failures in the plant. The maintenance strategies, asset policy, asset management plan, including the rehabilitation programme and all statutory regulation compliance are evaluated and analysed to ensure they are responding or aligned to the growing challenges faced by the waste-water treatment environment. Using the quantitative approach, the three groups; the asset management team, quality and process team and operations team of participants were to be selected. A convenient approved sampling method, the survey questionnaire was electronically shared to respond to the Covid-19 restriction and the structure telephonic interview so ascertain the level of understanding of the current asset management strategies, policies and procedures, the equipment failures impact to the utilities compliance and the further corporate risk and environmental impact from inadequately manages waste-water treatment utilities. The findings confirms that there is indeed lack of the synergies in the waste treatment environment emanating from a few aspects i.e., lack of due diligent in the application of maintenance strategies in the waste treatment works, lack of in-depth understanding of the impact from equipment failures in the waste treatment process, and the misalignment of the rehabilitation program, leading to gross environmental impact and corporate risk. It was further recommended the collaborations in the maintenance strategies development and review process. The rehabilitation programme should be aligned to the requirements of the process.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Jun 2023 00:00:00 GMT
       
 
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Society and Mental Health     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 14)
Soziale Passagen     Hybrid Journal  
Tempo Social     Open Access  
The Milbank Quarterly     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 23)
Third Sector Review     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 3)
Third World Planning Review     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 6)
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Tidsskriftet Norges Barnevern     Full-text available via subscription  
Trabajo Social Global - Global Social Work     Open Access  
unsere jugend     Full-text available via subscription  
Violence and Victims     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 69)
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