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Exploring Individual and Interpersonal Level Factors Associated with Academic Success of College Students at a Women's, Faith-based Higher Institution

Angela U. Ekwonye, Verna DeLauer
2019 Higher Education Studies  
The present study investigated how spirituality, peer connections, and social integration relate to academic resiliency, academic self-efficacy, academic integration, and institutional commitment of college  ...  The contributions of academic self-efficacy, academic integration and institutional commitment to the synthetic criterion variable were very negligible.  ...  Acknowledgments I would like to thank Alvina Brueggemann, Ellen Richter-Norgel, Lindsay Whipple, Brian Dusbiber, and Cyprian Onyeihe for their guidance, assistance with data collection, and support of  ... 
doi:10.5539/hes.v9n1p86 fatcat:mlhxm5ey4ndrhmqvg7nwomly2e

Virtuous leadership, organizational commitment and individual performance

M.S.G. de Araújo, P.M.P.R. Lopes
2014 Tékhne  
Starting from this premise, this research aims to analyze, based on perceptions of the followers, the impact of virtuous leadership in organizational commitment, as well as the contribution of the latter  ...  The results suggest that the employees' perceptions, around three dimensions of leadership virtuosity (values-based leadership, perseverance and maturity), contribute to organizational commitment, especially  ...  commitment; (2) analyze the impact of organizational commitment; on the performance of employees.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tekhne.2015.01.008 fatcat:cecgpqmvqvbdnjkjmyrsktas6m

Social Inclusion Drives Business Sales: A Literature Review on the Case of the Employment of Persons With Disabilities

Boris Miethlich, Anett Oldenburg
2019 SCIEMCEE  
The aim of this article is to analyze how the promotion of social inclusion, through the example of the employment of PWD, could impact directly or indirectly on business sales.  ...  The employment of PWD and social inclusion, generally, are important social commitments of companies and should represent a central element of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy.  ...  The aim of this article is to analyze how the promotion of social inclusion through the employment of PWD, addressed as part of the CSR strategy, could impact directly or indirectly on a company's sales  ... 
doi:10.33543/16002.62536267 fatcat:hfykfbxhzjbc3erwaengzbhiiu

Impact of Online Firm Generated Content (FGC) on Supply Chain Performance: An Empirical Analysis

Ajaya Swain, Qing Cao
2014 2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Drawing upon social capital theory, this study uses an advanced sentiment analysis approach to examine the impact of FGC effect on supply chain performance.  ...  In this paper, we highlight the significance of firm generated content (FGC) on social media in supply chain context.  ...  Although previous studies have analyzed various supply chain functions through social capital theoretical perspective, ours is one of the first attempts exploring the impact of social media on supply chain  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2014.77 dblp:conf/hicss/SwainC14 fatcat:f4jfzbcs6je6vlyzlj6f2ujjju

Page 945 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 56, Issue 5 [page]

1976 Psychological Abstracts  
Analyzed attitude change in group discussion in terms of information integration theory.  ...  (U Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Business) Stability of causal attributions as a mediator in changing expecta- tions for success.  ... 

Towards Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development in Lebanon

Malak Bou Diab
2019 Proceedings of the International Conference on Business Excellence  
The research focuses on addressing the current state of social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship indicators, pillars of entrepreneurship development, business environment and entrepreneurial opportunity  ...  Also, SPSS system was used to analyze the data gathered, to study the relationship between sustainable development and social entrepreneurship.  ...  is affected by social entrepreneurship and to determine the importance of its impact on a long-term basis.  ... 
doi:10.2478/picbe-2019-0007 fatcat:luowtxahtzhfthqg47a7iptwwm

Alternative Pathways To Engineering Success –Using Academic And Social Integration To Understand Two-Year Engineering Student Success

Rose M. Marra, Chia-Lin Tsai, Barbara Bogue, Jean Landa Pytel
2015 American Journal of Engineering Education  
Understanding how integration factors on two-year campuses impact engineering student success can be used to inform the design of curricular and campus-based experiences that support the success of engineering  ...  Results indicate the social and academic integration factors significantly predict engineering students' learning outcomes, especially their commitment to engineering studies.</p>  ...  Our study is aimed at understanding the impact of academic and social integration factors on student success as measured by key engineering learning outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.19030/ajee.v6i2.9503 fatcat:6e647ouuovgqzgr3rvvifxjaj4

Purposes in life of young Brazilians: identities and values in context

Valéria Amorim ARANTES, Viviane Potenza Guimarães PINHEIRO
2021 Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas)  
The aim of the article was to analyze the purposes in life of young Brazilians.  ...  The data were analyzed using the Theory of Organizing Models of Thinking, which enabled us to identify six models of purposes.  ...  Despite focusing on the family, the adolescents in Model 2 focus on 'having' a family, as a source of personal success in the future, distancing themselves from the purpose of having an impact on the lives  ... 
doi:10.1590/1982-0275202138e200012 fatcat:6kfh5gciv5dezkxaosuw4l7jd4

Creating Brand Equity by Leveraging Value Creation and Consumer Commitment in Online Brand Communities: A Conceptual Framework

Jing Zhang, Rizwan Shabbir, Chatchai Pitsaphol, Waseem Hassan
2014 International Journal of Business and Management  
The research objectives explore the impact of online brand communities on brand equity dimensions through which consumer could achieve commitment and value-creation.  ...  A framework is proposed based on the drivers of online brand community and its influence on the dimensions of brand equity.  ...  Integrated information exchange in online brand communities could facilitate managers with consumer insights that might be integrated with brand perception for analyzing new product success and lower the  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v10n1p80 fatcat:kzg3rf3skfgkrlq53qphskll5u

Unemployment Duration and Attitudes Towards Work among People Over 45 Years Old

Tomas Izquierdo-Rus, Francisco Moya-Faz
2014 Journal of Intellectual Disability - Diagnosis and Treatment  
The objective of this research is to analyze the mediator influence of unemployment duration in the attitudes towards work among unemployed people over 45 years old.  ...  The data took out from the interviews were analyzed with the statistical software ATLAS.ti 6.2.  ...  Gender, age, social support, organizational commitment at work, the level of economical income, social class, and the duration of unemployment are the most used variables to analyze the psychosocial consequences  ... 
doi:10.6000/2292-2598.2014.02.03.4 fatcat:36s6uzubojbotjmk32gxhr5kna

Sustainable Supply Chain Management and Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Methods: A Systematic Review

Ananna Paul, Nagesh Shukla, Sanjoy Kumar Paul, Andrea Trianni
2021 Sustainability  
In recent years, studies have focused on integrating more than one MCDM method to highlight methodological contributions in SSCM; however, in the literature, limited research papers integrate multiple  ...  From the literature search, a total of 106 published journal articles have been selected and analyzed. Both individual and integrated MCDM methods applied in SSCM are reviewed and summarized.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13137104 fatcat:gx4ryqr335fhnod26sqaqikohq

Global Perception of Sustainable Construction Project Risks

Aminu Darda'u Rafindadi, Miljan Mikić, Iva Kovačić, Zoran Cekić
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The survey goals were to compare different stakeholders' evaluation of risks and stakeholders influence on project success.  ...  Sustainability goals move projects away from narrowly focused traditional management oriented ambitions of time, cost and quality, giving attention to economic, environmental and social impacts of construction  ...  , biodiversity, energy consumption, waste, and social are effects on culture, accessibility, participation of all actors, security, social integration (FIDIC 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.03.051 fatcat:mxxhowtt5fedppcjqilwzodtlq

Workplace spirituality and employee commitment

Lalatendu Kesari Jena, Sajeet Pradhan
2018 Journal of Enterprise Information Management  
Based on the study findings, it was concluded that trustworthiness, integrity and civility have significant effect on employees' commitment to the organization.  ...  The results indicated that a significant association exists between civility, trustworthiness, integrity and measures of employee commitment, and that culture moderated the influence of workplace ethics  ...  has consistent negative impact on the prosperity, growth and expansion of market share of the firm.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jeim-10-2017-0144 fatcat:5rrfufphqjfq5naptmynnh5apu

The corporate social responsibility policies for the inclusion of people with disabilities as predictors of employees' identification, commitment and absenteeism

Francisco Javier Pérez, Marina Romeo, Montserrat Yepes-Baldó
2017 Anales de Psicología  
Few studies have explored the effect on employees of corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies focused on the inclusion of people with disabilities.  ...  Our research highlights the impact of internal-focus policies for the inclusion of people with disabilities in the commitment and identification of all employees, those with and without disabilities.  ...  Concerning the impact of corporate social responsibility policies on employees, in this research we found that only the perception of internal-focus policies had an effect on their identification and commitment  ... 
doi:10.6018/analesps.34.1.237231 fatcat:tip4mppbsbe7vddedvtg3jwvoy

An Integrative Model of IT-Enabled Business Process Change: Causal Structures in Theory, Research and Practice

Marlen C. Jurisch, Johanna Cuno, Wolfgang Palka, Petra Wolf, Helmut Krcmar
2012 2012 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Although various researchers have addressed the topic of BPC success, BPC still suffers from a lack of knowledge on adequate theories and methods.  ...  The outcome is an integrative model for ITenabled BPC, which proposes causal structures between different impact factors.  ...  impact factors for the success of the BPC initiative, (3) focused on the technology, not on the BPC initiative.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2012.105 dblp:conf/hicss/JurischCPWK12 fatcat:kwj3cruudjd5zgsol3sk636ttq
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