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EDITORIAL

Dr. Amitabh Upadhya
Editor- In- Chief

This issue of Skyline Business Journal (SBJ) is the last that I am editing; the Journal is all set for a new odyssey, with a new team at the helm. It has been a wonderful journey for me having been associated with the journal from its inception as a member of the editorial board for the first issue in the fall of academic year…Read more

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The Influence of work motivation & job satisfaction on organizational commitment of Teachers: analyzing mediating role of job satisfaction

P.K. Agarwal, P.K. Agarwal, Professor, Deptt of Management, Wolaita sodo university, P.O.Box 138, Wolaita sodo, Ethiopia

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An effective organization will make sure that there is a spirit of cooperation and sense of commitment and satisfaction within the sphere of its influence. In order to make employees satisfied and committed to their jobs in academics, there is need for strong and effective motivation at the various levels viz…Read more

Keywords: employee motivation, organisational commitment, job satisfaction

Suggested citation: Agarwal, P.K.(2018).The Influence of work motivation & job satisfaction on organizational commitment of Teachers: analyzing mediating role of job satisfaction. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 14, No 1,pp 1-11.

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The factors affecting organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) of non-communicable diseases (NCD) officers in community health centers in Deli Serdang Regency

Alia Zubaidi, Magister of Management, Universitas Sumatera Utara, JI. Prof. T Maas SU Campus, Medan, Indonesia
Isfenti Sadalia, Magister of Management, Universitas Sumatera Utara, JI. Prof. T Maas SU Campus, Medan, Indonesia        
Yeni Absah, Magister of Management, Universitas Sumatera Utara, JI. Prof. T Maas SU Campus, Medan, Indonesia

ABSTRACT
Organizational Citizenship Behavior is an individual contribution that exceeds the demand of roles in the workplace and is rewarded based on individual performance result. This study aims to determine the effects of organizational commitment, career development, and job satisfaction towards the Organizational Citizenship Behavior...Read more

Keywords: organizational commitment, career development, job satisfaction, organizational citizenship behavior

Suggested citation: Zubaidi, A. Sadalia, I. & Absah, Y.(2018).The factors affecting organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) of non-communicable diseases (NCD) officers in community health centers in Deli Serdang Regency. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 14, No 1,pp 11-31.

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Frugal innovation: a need which need to be crowd-sourced

Prashant Kumar, Dongbei University of Economics & Finance, Dalian, China
Tao Meng, Dongbei University of Economics & Finance, Dalian, China
Sajal Kabiraj,Full Professor of Strategy & International business, Dongbei University of Economics & Finance, Dalian, China

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In recent years, the focus of the governments, business and civil society around the world has been shifted from the traditional way of performing the various tasks toward more inclusive, where all the stakeholders work in collaboration. Keeping this perspective in mind, we as an author of this paper try to explore the possibilities…Read more
Keywords: user & non user innovation, frugal innovation, bottom of the pyramid, crowdsourcing

Suggested citation: Prashant Kumar. Meng, T. & Kabiraj, S.(2018).Frugal innovation: a need which need to be crowd-sourced. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 14, No 1,pp 32-46.

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The effect of multidimensional perceived risk on intention to buy air tickets online

Kwee-Fah Lee, University Tunku Abdul Rahman, Selangor, Malaysia

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Airlines face stiff competition and high operational costs. To earn profits, reducing cost is crucial. Cost can be reduced effectively by selling air tickets online. However, many travelers in developing countries remain hesitant to book flights online. This study investigates the influence of risk perceptions…Read more

Keywords: perceived risk, air tickets, online, Intention, risk dimension

Suggested citation: Lee, K.F.(2018). The effect of multidimensional perceived risk on intention to buy air tickets online. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 14, No 1,pp 47-57.

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Determinants of share price fluctuation: evidence from the manufacturing industry in Malaysia

Eileen Chong Pui Yee, Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting, HELP University, Malaysia
Hassanudin Mohd Thas Thaker, Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting, HELP University, Malaysia

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A number of researches have been undertaken to identify the factors influencing stock prices in different stock markets. The existing literature strongly supports that the stock price movement mainly influenced by both firm - specific and macroeconomic variables...Read more

Keywords: firm specific variables, macroeconomic variables, share price, manufacturing industry

Suggested citation: Yee, E.C.P. & Thas Thaker, H.M.(2018). Determinants of share price fluctuation: evidence from the manufacturing industry in Malaysia. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 14, No 1,pp 58-70.

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Relationship between corporate governance and value-based financial performance measures-evidence from select IT companies listed at BSE, India

T.V.V. Phani Kumar, Faculty Member, Department of Business Studies, Higher Colleges of Technology, Muscat, Oman
K. Srinivasan, Faculty Member, Department of Business Studies, Higher Colleges of Technology, Muscat, Oman

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Corporate governance has gained numerous attentions because of changing business environment and various other factors such as the EEC, GATI' and WTO has contributed to the raise in the awareness towards good governance practices. The main objective of this paper is to investigate the relationship between...Read more

Keywords: corporate governance, EVA, MVA, random effect, fixed effect, hausman test

Suggested citation: Phani Kumar, T.V.V. & Srinivasn, K. (2018).Relationship between corporate governance and value-based financial performance measures-evidence from select IT companies listed at BSE,India. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 14, No 1,pp 71-80.

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Entrepreneurship in developing countries: case studies and recommendations for the “University-Business-Partnership Programme

Sa’idu Sulaiman, Former Chief Lecturer in the Department of Economics, Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kano, Nigeria

Keywords: organizational commitment, career development, job satisfaction, organizational citizenship behavior

Suggested citation: Sulaiman,S.(2018).Entrepreneurship in developing countries: case studies and recommendations for the “University-Business-Partnership Programme”, Skyline Business Journal, Volume 14, No 1,pp 81-83.

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