Organisational Studies and Innovation Review

 

 

 

CURRENT ISSUE | Volume 3 /2017 | Issue 3

 Title and Authors Pages Size  Paper
Managing Change in Organizations A Knowledge Management Perspective in the Kingdom of Bahrain -Adel Ismail Al-Alawi, and Nehal Fareed El-Naggar 1-16 1350KB
Understanding the Managerial Coaching Practice in The Kingdom Of Bahrain - Nehal El Naggar
17-26 498KB  
Rural Banks Financing Of Small And Medium- Scale Enterprises (SMEs): A Case Study Of Juaben Rural Bank - Gifty Boateng , and Doris Akyere Boateng
27-33 210KB
The Role of Continuous Improvement on Employee Performance in the steel industry - Chanakan Chavaha, and Chanongkorn Kuntonbutr
34-39 176KB
Gender Inequality in Education and Economic Growth in ASEAN Member Countries - Rossarin Osathanunkul, Chatchai Keawngamdee
40-46 261KB
The work environment factors that influence job satisfaction, and its imp act on turnover intention: The case of executive level employees in the Ma laysian Public Sector organizations - Abdul Rahim Zumrah, Kalsom Ali, Muhammad Yusuf Khalid, Ahmad Najaa Mokhtar
47-54 199KB
 Barriers to innovation in Spanish rural Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises - Gargallo-Castel, A., Esteban-Salvador, L. and Pérez-Sanz, J.
 55-64 262KB   
 Exploring the role of a work integrated learning programme in facilitating sustainable graduate employment in the Transport Industry: A conceptual paper - Karen Visser, Nicolene Barkhuizen and Nico Schutte
65-75  261KB

 

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