Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Management Support


KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT OF IT PROFESSIONALS IN BENGALURU CITY

Dr. S. Vivek, Dr. M Meher Karuna

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 2, Pages 75-87
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.02.006

This article focuses to explore the composition of “Knowledge Management” of IT professionals in Bengaluru city. The article applies data reduction technique using EFA and Simple Linear Regression on a sample of 317 IT professionals and reduces a set of 13 variables converted into three factors. The current research proposes a model of the impact of Management Support for Knowledge Application on Project Knowledge Application and Project Knowledge Application on effective Knowledge Management in the IT industry. The results proved that Management Support for Knowledge Application is significantly impacting on Project Knowledge Application and Project Knowledge Application significantly impacting on effective knowledge management. Hence, the HR managers of IT companies’ can improve the knowledge management of IT professionals.

Generating Teaching Innovation Among Teachers: What is the Role of School Administrators?

WAN ALI AKBAR WAN ABDULLAH; KHADIJAH ABDUL RAZAK; MOHD ISA HAMZAH

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 74-81
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.03.010

Innovation is a skill that employees must possess in the future. Teachers must also have the expertise to innovate so that the quality of teaching provided reaches the set standards. However, various constraints have to be faced by teachers making it difficult for them to innovate. However, there are a handful of teachers successfully detected to consistently produce innovation. This phenomenon is interesting to explore. This study was conducted to explore the role played by administrators at the school level in stimulating innovative teachers to innovate. This study was conducted in the form of a case study. Data were collected through semi -structured and in -depth interviews. Findings show that administrators in schools take five roles to stimulate the production of innovation among teachers, namely; 1) as a trigger for an innovative work culture, 2) verbal communication, 3) leveraging innovation in school programs, 4) equally innovating, and 5) leveraging existing innovative teacher expertise. The findings of the study provide guidance to administrators to devise steps to successfully create an innovative teaching culture in their schools.

A Study On Green Banking Practices In Banking Industry: Sri Lankan Context

Aliyar Lebbe Mohamed Abdul Shameem; Athambawa Haleem

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 490-505

The purpose of this investigation is to determine the multidisciplinary factors that impact
on green banking practices in the banking industry in Sri Lanka. The study is carried out
by establishing relevant variables to measure the economic factors, management support,
customer pressure, competitor pressure, environmental concern and its extend of impact
on practices of green banking. Data were collected from 300 staff of selected bank
branches using a structured questionnaire to carry out the study. Five variables are
considered for the research framework of this study which is namely, economic factors,
competitor pressure, customer pressure, management support and environmental concerns
which are used to measure the multidisciplinary factors and its impacts on green banking
practices in Sri Lankan banking industry. Findings of the research show that economic
factors, competitor pressure, management support and environmental concerns have high
impacts while a moderate level of influence was noted for customer pressure on the
adoption of green banking practices. Hypothesis testing shows a positive relationship
between economic factors, management support, competitor pressure and environmental
concerns while customer pressure did not show a positive relationship against green
banking practices in Sri Lankan banks