أثر حوكمة الشركات على جودة التدقيق في الاردن - The Effect Of Corporate Governance On Audit Quality In Jordan, Medhat Bsoul
Al Jinan الجنان
This study was conducted to investigate the effect of corporate governance on the audit quality in Jordan. this study is applied on service company listed on Amman Stock Exchange for the year 2010, which constitute of (68) public service companies. To achieve study objective, the information from annual reports of these companies was used, as many independent variables as (existence of an audit committee in the company, the number of members of non-executives in the Board of Directors of the company, total assets, the company›s life, and the debt ratio) used as measure of corporate governance. And the proportion ...
إدارة الأفراد في مؤسسات الإعلام المرئي وأثره على تعزيز الوعي بقضية فلسطين, 2020 Jinan University
إدارة الأفراد في مؤسسات الإعلام المرئي وأثره على تعزيز الوعي بقضية فلسطين, Hazem Alcharawi
Al Jinan الجنان
No abstract provided.
التوافق المهني لدى عينة من الموظفين في المديرية العامة للتربية والتعليم بمحافظة الداخلية بسلطنة عمان, 2020 المديرية العامة للتربية والتعليم بمحافظة الداخلية- سلطنة عمان
التوافق المهني لدى عينة من الموظفين في المديرية العامة للتربية والتعليم بمحافظة الداخلية بسلطنة عمان, Badrieh Alrawayha, Mohammad Alcheikh Hamoud
Al Jinan الجنان
The current research investigates the Occupational Adjustment of a sample of employees at the Directorate General of Education in AlDakhliyah governorate. The researchers have used a descriptive correlational approach and the research was conducted with 260 employees working in the directorate general of the governorate. A research instrument was designed by the researchers to measure the occupational adjustment. The main results indicated that the level of occupational adjustment of the research sample appears to be very high. There were no statistically significant differences in the level of occupational adjustment due to social status and qualification. However, there were statistically significant ...
مدى فاعلية نظام الحوافز في وزارة الصحة وأثره في تحسين الأداء, 2020 Jinan University
مدى فاعلية نظام الحوافز في وزارة الصحة وأثره في تحسين الأداء, Ahmad Talafha
Al Jinan الجنان
This study aimed to identify the effectiveness of the system of incentives in the Ministry of Health and its impact on improving performance. The study population consisted of all workers in the Ministry of Finance of the State of Kuwait, from ranks of head of the category and upwards The study sample was of 39 respondents. The study showed the presence of trace significant statistically between the independent variables )incentive system( and the dependent variable )performance improvement( in the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health. The study also made a number of recommendations which follow the style of sound science to develop ...
دراسة تأثير خصائص التنظيم في تحسين الأداء التنظيمي في القطاع المصرفي الأردني, 2020 Association of Arab Universities
دراسة تأثير خصائص التنظيم في تحسين الأداء التنظيمي في القطاع المصرفي الأردني, Faleh Alhoury, Mohannad Tawaha
Al Jinan الجنان
هدفت الدراسة إلى تحليل التأثير المباشر لجملة من خصائص التنظيم وهي ( التوجهات الاستراتيجية، أبعاد الهيكل التنظيمي، الأنماط القيادية، التوجهات الاستراتيجية لتكنولوجيا المعلومات) في تحسين الأداء التنظيمي في المصارف الأردنية المسجلة في سوق عمان المالي. تكوّن مجتمع الدراسة من المدراء التنفيذيين في المصارف الأردنية وقدّر عددهم مئة وثلاثةوثمانون مديراً، وزّعت عليهم استبانة صّممت لقياس متغيّرات الدراسة، ولقد تمّ استرجاع وقبول مئة واثنين وعشرون استبانة. أشارت أهم النتائج إلى وجود تأثير للتوجهات الاستراتيجية، والمتمثلة في مستوى التحليل، ومستوى تجنّب المخاطر، ومستوى الاستباقية، ومستوى المستقبليّة، في تحسين الأداء التنظيمي، بينما تبيّن عدم وجود تأثير لمستوى ...
Antecedents Of Organizational Commitment Of Insurance Agents: Job Satisfaction, Ethical Behavior, And Ethical Climate, Weihui Fu, Feng He, Na Zhang
Journal of Global Business Insights
This research explored the impact of job satisfaction, the ethical behavior of coworkers, successful managers, and employees themselves. Also explored were six types of ethical climate on organizational commitment and its three dimensions, including affective, continuance, and normative commitment through an investigation on 476 Chinese insurance agents. The empirical results showed that ethical behavior of coworkers and a caring climate had a significantly positive impact on both organizational commitment and its three dimensions, while independence climate had no significant influence on overall organizational commitment or its three dimensions. Job satisfaction, ethical behavior of successful managers and employees themselves, and the ...
Mindfulness: A Promising Practice To Reduce Accountant Stress, 2020 Brigham Young University
Mindfulness: A Promising Practice To Reduce Accountant Stress, Abigail Anderson
Marriott Student Review
This article considers the practice of mindfulness as an approach to reduce stress within the lives of accountants. Mindfulness has existed for centuries as a Buddhist tradition and has only recently become popular in the Western world as a stress-reduction technique that can lead to improved mental and emotional well-being. This article also examines the prevalence of mindfulness within the Top 10 accounting firms in the United States and some results regarding employee performance. As more and more firms begin to utilize mindfulness as a low-cost method to better employee performance and well-being, university accounting programs should consider incorporating the ...
Insufficiently Motivated Employees: The Influence Of Gender, Age, And Organization Type On Frustration, Conflict With Employers, And Complexity Of Conflict, 2020 College Northern Border University
Insufficiently Motivated Employees: The Influence Of Gender, Age, And Organization Type On Frustration, Conflict With Employers, And Complexity Of Conflict, Shaysh Nazzal Alshammar
Al Jinan الجنان
This research focuses on employees who are not sufficiently motivated. It focuses on how gender, age, and organization type affect frustration of insufficiently motivated employees, their tendency to conflict with their employers, and the complexity of the conflict. A questionnaire was distributed to accessible employees in different private and public organizations in Saudi Arabia. The number of participants is 211. The data analysis that was performed included independent samples T-Test, and linear regression test. The analysis reveals that there are no differences between females and males regarding frustration and conflicts with employers. However, conflicts that involve females are more complicated ...
Leadership After Covid-19 [Spoiler: There Is Something Beyond Recovery And Resilience For Individuals And Organizations], 2020 University of Pennsylvania
Leadership After Covid-19 [Spoiler: There Is Something Beyond Recovery And Resilience For Individuals And Organizations], Thomas Payne
Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) Capstone Projects
Throughout history, humans have found ways to recycle energy in ways that benefit them and would otherwise be wasted. Examples of this processing include learning to use fire for warmth, light, and cooking or identifying how to redirect the wind to navigate a ship in a preferred direction as opposed to a undetermined random route. Today, leaders can learn how to harvest uncertainty and randomness into tasks that utilize their strengths, as well as those on the team, to fuel optimal business outcomes and well-being for their employees. The author provides two workshop outlines. The first will help leaders correct ...
Organizational Intentions Versus Leadership Impact: The Flexible Work Experience, 2020 Bentley University
Organizational Intentions Versus Leadership Impact: The Flexible Work Experience, Susan R. Vroman
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership
Working mothers with dependent aged children currently represent a significant portion of the workforce. In order to attract and retain this valuable demographic, employers are introducing and maintaining flexible work arrangements (FWA) to enable employees to manage their work and life commitments. However, having an FWA program and effectively supporting it are not synonymous, and this bears impact on employees. This article highlights opportunities and implications for FWA management based on findings from a recent New England healthcare organization case study which illustrates how working mothers experience enacted flexible work arrangement policies. This article identifies methods for organizations and managers ...
Strategic, Tactical And Operational Decisions In Family Businesses: A Qualitative Case Study, 2020 Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic
Strategic, Tactical And Operational Decisions In Family Businesses: A Qualitative Case Study, Ravindra Hewa Kuruppuge, Ales Gregar
The Qualitative Report
Previous studies of family businesses have no common agreement on what should be the most effective and efficient approach for making decisions at different managerial levels to solve business issues. Accordingly, the main objective of this study was to understand the nature of decision-making by family members who are involved in a business in different capacities such as owners, owner managers, and managers. Locating the research in the interpretivist paradigm, and utilizing qualitative case study methods (Yin, 1994), we interviewed 24 respondents from 12 well-known family firms from different districts in Sri Lanka. Thematic analysis indicated that the consultative approach ...
Adaptive Mindset: An Effective Approach To Leadership In Cross-Cultural Contexts, 2020 Singapore Management University
Adaptive Mindset: An Effective Approach To Leadership In Cross-Cultural Contexts, Francis Lotzer
Asian Management Insights
Understanding cultural signals by exploring the ‘hidden part of the iceberg’ and communicating the benefits of change to team members.
Power And Negotiation: Review Of Current Evidence And Future Directions, 2020 Singapore Management University
Power And Negotiation: Review Of Current Evidence And Future Directions, Michael Schaerer, Laurel Teo, Nikhil Madan, Roderick I. Swaab
Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business
This review synthesizes the impact of power on individual and joint negotiation performance. Although power generally has positive effects on negotiators’ individual performance (value claiming), recent work suggests that more power is not always beneficial. Taking a dyadic perspective, we also find mixed evidence for how power affects joint performance (value creation); some studies show that equal-power dyads create more value than unequal-power dyads, but others find the opposite. We identify the source of power, power distribution, and competitiveness as critical moderators of this relationship. Finally, we suggest that future research should move beyond studying alternatives in dyadic deal-making, identify ...
Employee Age And The Impact On Work Engagement, 2020 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Employee Age And The Impact On Work Engagement, Robin Roberts
Purpose – Employee engagement studies are popular in contemporary research because of the complexity organizations face in nurturing the performance and productivity of multigenerations of workers. The purpose of the current study is to assess association of age and dimensions of work engagement.
Design/methodology/approach - In total 181 participants completed the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (UWES) to measure work engagement including the dimensions of absorption, vigor and dedication as well as demographics. One way ANOVA and post hoc tests were conducted to examine the relationship between age and work engagement.
Findings: Employees 50 years of age and older were found ...
Your Home: The Workplace Of The Future, 2020 Brigham Young University
Your Home: The Workplace Of The Future, Lewis Larson
Marriott Student Review
With more technology at our fingertips than ever before, remote working seems to be the direction many businesses are heading. In this article, Lewis Larson discusses how offering remote working opportunities is one way that business managers can boost productivity in their company.
Homeless Veterans In San Francisco / Housing Our Heroes, 2020 University of San Francisco
Homeless Veterans In San Francisco / Housing Our Heroes, Raymond Gray
Master's Projects and Capstones
This paper will review the homeless population, including homeless veterans, in San Francisco, ways the city has tried to handle the situations with the homeless and project a path forward with ideas to help end homelessness for good. Before the COVID-19 Pandemic, San Francisco had an increase of homeless veterans of 8%, but the pandemic has caused these numbers to increase.
San Francisco has lined a path forward to house the homeless during these difficult times, by placing them into hotels. Creating an endless game of hiding the homeless will only create other issues; this must end. With partnerships ...
Measurement Of Mentoring Program Outcomes: A Systematic Multiple Studies Review, 2020 Boise State University
Measurement Of Mentoring Program Outcomes: A Systematic Multiple Studies Review, Mark Douglas Morgan
Boise State University Theses and Dissertations
The purpose of this research study was to investigate how mentoring is measured and assessed in the workplace by reviewing and synthesizing qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods studies that appear in the professional literature. Mentoring programs are common practice in the workplace. The one-on-one nature of a formal mentoring program creates outcomes that benefit the protégé throughout their career in three ways: onboarding, retention at an organization, and career advancement. However, mentoring programs are expensive, both in terms of direct monetary cost and the time it takes to complete the tasks associated with mentoring, making measurement of outcomes critical for ...
The Making Of A Person: The Relationship Of Job Crafting And Leisure Crafting On Work Engagement, Occupational Role Salience, Job Performance And Psychological Well-Being., 2020 University of Louisville
The Making Of A Person: The Relationship Of Job Crafting And Leisure Crafting On Work Engagement, Occupational Role Salience, Job Performance And Psychological Well-Being., Joshua D. Anna
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This study looks at how an individuals’ ability to job craft relates to work engagement, job performance and their psychological well-being; and when job crafting opportunities are low, how leisure crafting can compensate to provide the individual similar personal outcomes. This study also examines when job-crafting opportunities are high, how these positive effects can spillover onto other aspects of an individuals’ life such as leisure. This study also examines the extent to which an individual views work as a mean of self-identification and how this relates to job crafting. A total of 303 respondents met the inclusion criteria and completed ...
Accelerating Leadership And Professional Development For Adults: Developing A New Measure For Assessing Kegan’S Constructive Developmental Orders, 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Accelerating Leadership And Professional Development For Adults: Developing A New Measure For Assessing Kegan’S Constructive Developmental Orders, Tom Pierce Coker
Theses and Dissertations
Much has been learned and theorized about adult development and its importance in leadership effectiveness and professional development interventions thanks to the framework proposed by Kegan’s Constructive Developmental Theory (CDT). However, research and practice in this area has been hindered by the difficulty of utilizing the current method for assessing constructive developmental Level, the Subject-Object Interview. The present study addresses this problem through the development and preliminary validation of a new self-report instrument that measures the Levels of development described in Kegan’s CDT. This new measure, the Constructive Developmental Self-Report (CDSR), was constructed through theoretical-based item generation that ...
Continuing The Conversation On Collegiality, 2020 Fort Hays State University
Continuing The Conversation On Collegiality, Angela Walters, Stacey Smith, Melissa Hunsicker-Walburn, Brooke Moore
Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings
Are you interested in measuring and incentivizing collegiality? Do you have concerns with using collegiality for faculty development, merit, or tenure? Bring your experiences and perspectives to the table as three department chairs and their college dean (a lawyer) facilitate a healthy discussion on the measurement tools, legal landscape, and business case for collegiality.