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Student Leaders' Involvement In The Management Of Students' Daily Routine: A Case Study At Olila High School, Soroti-uganda
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationSep,2018
Student leaders are expected to assist in the management of daily routine in schools to avoid time wastage. This study evaluates the extent to which student leaders are involved in management of daily routine in Olila high school, Soroti district-Uganda. A descriptive survey research design was used for the study. A sample size of 142 respondents was used; school administrators, teachers and student leaders. A questionnaire was used to collect data and data was analyzed using a descriptive technique. The findings of the study conclude that student leaders have not significantly contributed to effective management of students’ daily routines despite their involvement. It was recommended thaViewViews: 14Google+

The Role Of Affective And Cognitive Networks On Growth Orientation Of Survival-focused Micro-entrepreneurs In Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of EntrepreneurshipSep,2018
This paper investigates the role of affective and cognitive networks on growth orientation of survival-focused micro-entrepreneurs in Kenya. It adopts actor network and planned behavior theoretical approach. Narrative in-depth interviews were conducted with twenty micro-entrepreneurs; they were aged between seventeen to thirty years and all originated from humble backgrounds. Results indicate growth orientations of survival-focused micro-entrepreneurs in Kenya are rooted in the entrepreneurial tasks and networks micro-entrepreneurs access and change over time. The main challenge was the failure events micro-entrepreneurs experienced within the first year in business. Nevertheless, survival-ViewViews: 0Google+

Volatility Clustering And Persistence Of Shocks In The Nigeria Stock Market: Evidence From Univariate Garch Models
Researchjournali's Journal Of FinanceSep,2018
In this study, we consider the issue of whether volatility shocks are persistent in the Nigerian stock market using 3179 daily market returns data for the period from 14th January 2003 to 31st December 2015. The study employs the GARCH-in-mean model of Engle, Lilien and Robins (1987) but assumes that the conditional errors follow student t distribution. The results confirm this assumption and suggest that despite that volatility shocks are almost explosive in the Nigerian stock market, investors are not adequately rewarded for taking additional risks. We therefore, conclude that the Nigerian stock market is still inefficientViewViews: 1Google+

Board Characteristics And Financial Performance Of Microfinance Institutions In Nanyuki Town, Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of FinanceSep,2018
The management of many Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs) in Kenya has been characterized by corruption and mismanagement of scarce resources which include finances, human resource and time Microfinance institutions have received much attention regarding their financial performance. The objective of the study was to establish the effects board characteristics on the financial performance of MFIs in Nanyuki town, Kenya. Descriptive research design was used. The target population was 152 employees in the three MFIs in Nanyuki town, Kenya. Systematic simple random sampling was applied to get the respondents. Every 3rd employee was provided with a questionnaire making a total of 51 respondents. ViewViews: 1Google+

Leadership Ambidexterity As A Tool For Employee Empowerment In The Nigerian Civil Service
Researchjournali's Journal Of Human ResourceSep,2018 premium
Ambidexterity is a concept that is coined to direct the organization’s members to act a little to the right and little to the left. The main objective of the study was to determine if there is significant relationship between ambidextrous leadership and the empowerment of subordinates for leadership succession in the Nigerian Civil Service. The methodology adopted involved the use of a structured questionnaire administered to 100 staff of the Taraba State Civil Service Commission. Pearson Product Moment Correlation Co-efficient (r) and the t-test were used to test the hypotheses. The results of the study propelled another significant dimension for further researches in the area of bureauViewViews: 0Google+

An Evaluation Of The Effectiveness Of Performance Appraisal On Non-academic Staff Work Performance: A Case Study Of University Of Education
Researchjournali's Journal Of Human ResourceSep,2018 premium
Few issues in management incite further discussion than performance appraisal. Several scholars have proposed that the procedure is so inalienably defective that it may well be impractical to make it perfect. Other renowned scholars on the other hand has advocated for performance appraisal practices irrespective of its flaws. Some scholars also argue its practices as the most compelling and crucial activity to keep any business alive in a competitive environment. Other researches on performance appraisal showed that it often involves a number of conflicting goals. There is a primitive human bias to build judgments concerning individuals we work with, as well as about oneself.” Performance ViewViews: 1Google+

Financial Misappropriation As A Factor Challenging Service Delivery Of Completed Physical Projects In Kisumu East Sub-county, Kisumu County, Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of ManagementSep,2018
The purpose of this study was to establish the extent to which financial misappropriation as a factor challenges service delivery of completed physical projects in kisumu east Sub-County, Kisumu County. The objective of the study was to find out the extent to which financial misappropriation challenges service delivery of completed physical projects. The research question used was; is financial misappropriation hampering provision of services required from the completed physical projects? The study was conducted through descriptive survey research design. The theoretical framework used in the study was stakeholders’ theory. The tools for data collection were Closed-ended Questionnaire and ViewViews: 1Google+

Taxation And Nigeria Economic Development
Researchjournali's Journal Of ManagementSep,2018 super premium
The pivotal role of taxation as a revenue generation machinery has informed the inordinate emphasis by emerging economies on the revenue potentials of taxation to the total neglect of economic development roles. This study examined the efficiency and effectiveness of tax as an economic development instrument in Nigeria. The study followed Keynesians argument that the focus of taxation should be beyond raising funds but should extend to using tax to stimulate economic activity and influence economic stability. Ex-post factor research design was adopted for collection and analysis of annual time series data collected for 2003-2016. The independent variables were the various sources of tax reveViewViews: 1Google+

Prospects And Challenges Of Applying Relational Capital In Ethiopian Banking Industry: A Case Of Selected Banks In Ethiopia
Researchjournali's Journal Of ManagementSep,2018 premium
With a very dynamic business environments both in Ethiopia and globally profit making companies strived to exceed the regular market patterns. Finance sector in general and banking industry in particular played critical role to the speed and quality of diverse businesses. The banking industry in Ethiopia expanded both the accessibility and type of services after 1991 liberalization of the sector. Banks owned and managed by shareholders cover more than one-third of the domestic capital market in the last two decades. The banking industry in Ethiopia in general and in Addis Ababa in particular is required to provide state of the art services to uphold healthy competition of the sector. RelatioViewViews: 1Google+

Modifiable Risk Factors And Perceived Causes Of Secondary Infertility Among Women In The Tamale Metropolis
Researchjournali's Journal Of Public HealthSep,2018
Secondary infertility is a serious public health problem and affects the wellbeing of women. The phenomenon of secondary infertility has gained both local and international attention especially in the developing world where women aspiration is usually that, they get an offspring who would replace them when they are no more alive. This paper examined the modifiable factors that account for secondary infertility among women between the reproductive ages of 15 to 49 years in the Tamale metropolis. Using a quantitative cross-sectional descriptive design, a sample size of 375 respondents were selected using quota and simple random sampling techniques. Analysis of data involved the application of ViewViews: 9Google+

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