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Improving Global Competence In Classroom-Based Experiential Learning Activities, Juyoung Lee, Caroline Kobia, Jihyeong Son Jul 2023

Improving Global Competence In Classroom-Based Experiential Learning Activities, Juyoung Lee, Caroline Kobia, Jihyeong Son

Journal of Global Education and Research

The purpose of this research was to develop learning activities to improve global competence for a classroom-based course in the field of clothing and textiles and explore how those activities affected the global competence of college students. To achieve this goal, the researchers proposed the following objectives: (a) develop learning activities on global competence and (b) explore the influences of newly proposed learning activities on the global competence of college students. The authors analyzed students’ reflective essays to identify themes through constant comparative analysis. The authors found participants learned about the Japanese culture through diverse aspects of global competence—affective, cognitive, …


Covid-19 In Bangladesh: A Systematic Review Of The Literature From March 2020 To March 2021, Md. Shahin Parvez, Md. Al-Mamun, Md. Anisur Rahaman, Sheuli Akter, Kaniz Fatema, Halimatus Sadia, Anika Intesar Mar 2023

Covid-19 In Bangladesh: A Systematic Review Of The Literature From March 2020 To March 2021, Md. Shahin Parvez, Md. Al-Mamun, Md. Anisur Rahaman, Sheuli Akter, Kaniz Fatema, Halimatus Sadia, Anika Intesar

Journal of Global Business Insights

COVID-19 has undoubtedly absorbed the global public's angst. It has quickly disturbed global life and will have long-term and short-term consequences on several sectors. This comprehensive review study's goal is to discover what research has been done in a year since the beginning of coronavirus in Bangladesh. Consequently, the current study examined the pervasiveness and affiliation of social and economic issues, health and psychological issues and individual perceptions, key challenges, strategies and policy systems, public health, online education, agriculture and food security, criminal activities related to outbreaks, Rohingya refugee issues, and the quality of domestic violence behaviors. The review used …


Startup Life May Stop Here: Helping Women Entrepreneurs In Sub-Saharan Africa, Amr Swid, Emily Rukobo, Elizabeth Maro Mar 2023

Startup Life May Stop Here: Helping Women Entrepreneurs In Sub-Saharan Africa, Amr Swid, Emily Rukobo, Elizabeth Maro

Journal of Global Business Insights

A great emphasis exists in research on entrepreneurs who start small- to medium-size businesses and who are seizing opportunities outside the corporate world, especially in developing countries like Tanzania. Women entrepreneurs have the highest representation of all entrepreneurs in the Sub-Saharan region. Entrepreneurs everywhere face unique hardships that could determine the fate of their businesses. Women entrepreneurs in the Sub-Saharan region have additional struggles to start and sustain their businesses. The participants in this study were randomly selected from women entrepreneurs who participated in the 2017 NYIT Launch in Moshi, Tanzania. The researchers conducted virtual qualitative interviews and focus groups …


Industry 4.0 Applications Towards Sustainability In Hospitality: First Waves In The Guest Room, Sanjay Nadkarni, Florian Kriechbaumer, Natasa Christodoulidou, Marcus A. Rothenberger Mar 2023

Industry 4.0 Applications Towards Sustainability In Hospitality: First Waves In The Guest Room, Sanjay Nadkarni, Florian Kriechbaumer, Natasa Christodoulidou, Marcus A. Rothenberger

Journal of Global Business Insights

Digitalization is positioned as an important element for the future of hospitality related services, especially since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic (Gursoy & Chi, 2020; Shin & Kang, 2020). Historically, digitalization focused on amplifying returns by increasing revenue and operational efficiency. The hospitality industry utilizes resources intensely to function well; and when used properly, technological improvements can optimize the development of a sustainable business model. This manuscript explores the role of recent innovations in digitalization, such as Big Data, the Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI) in enabling environmental sustainability in hotels. These innovations become transparent …


Factors Influencing The Green Purchase Intention Among Consumers: An Empirical Study In Algeria, Abir Alalei, Muhammad T. Jan Mar 2023

Factors Influencing The Green Purchase Intention Among Consumers: An Empirical Study In Algeria, Abir Alalei, Muhammad T. Jan

Journal of Global Business Insights

The main objective of the study is to investigate factors influencing the green purchase intention of Algerian consumers using the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). Furthermore, it aims to examine the impacts of subjective norms, consumer attitude, environmental knowledge, and green label variable to the consumer purchase intention. The authors proposed the model of TPB that combines three constructs namely attitude, subjective norms, and perceived behavioral control. The subjective norms and consumer attitude variables were directly adopted from the TPB Model. In addition, environmental knowledge and green label variables were added based on the review of the literature. The study …


Travel Motivations And Constraints Of Solo Women Travelers In Turkey, Egemen G. Tukenmez Dec 2022

Travel Motivations And Constraints Of Solo Women Travelers In Turkey, Egemen G. Tukenmez

Journal of Mediterranean Tourism Research

Developments in the field of technology and transportation have accelerated people to travel and encourage consuming tourism products. For this reason, interest of people for individual travels increases year by year along with package tours. Solo travel, which has important parts of individual travel, is one of the crucial elements in travel industry. An important part of this travel is composed by women. Women interest travel solo with different motivations. In this way, they tend to consume different types of touristic products. However, travel constraints that experienced during solo travels affect satisfaction level of solo women travelers. For this reason, …


Digitalizing Business Structure And Remote Working: A Qualitative Data Analysis, Songul Gokhan, Omur N. Timurcanday Ozmen Dec 2022

Digitalizing Business Structure And Remote Working: A Qualitative Data Analysis, Songul Gokhan, Omur N. Timurcanday Ozmen

Journal of Mediterranean Tourism Research

With the digitalizing business structure and the transition to the remote working model, many changes have been experienced in working life. We have entered a period in which workflows are carried out away from the workplace via e-mail and social networks, virtual meetings using digital technologies. While the workflows are carried out through digital technologies, individuals encounter many problems such as the conditions of the house in the background, the number of crowds in the house, the number of children, the focusing problems caused by noise, productivity, performance, work-life balance, motivation, social isolation and loneliness, physical and mental health problems. …


A Study On The Effect Of Emotional Efforts Of Academicians In Tourism Departments On Job Stress, Hasan O. Seyhanlioglu, Sevki Ulema Dec 2022

A Study On The Effect Of Emotional Efforts Of Academicians In Tourism Departments On Job Stress, Hasan O. Seyhanlioglu, Sevki Ulema

Journal of Mediterranean Tourism Research

The aim of this study is to examine the emotional labor and job stress levels of tourism academicians who train sector managers. The t-test and One-Way ANOVA analysis were conducted to determine whether there is a difference between the quantitative data collected from 346 individuals working as academicians in tourism departments operating in Turkey and the demographic characteristics of the variables. In addition, explanatory factor analysis was performed for the emotional labor scale. As a result, it has been observed that the stress level is high in academicians who have just started their profession.


A Scientometric Review Of Artificial Intelligence In Tourism (2000-2021), Rujun Wang, Yu Mu, Ying Huang Nov 2022

A Scientometric Review Of Artificial Intelligence In Tourism (2000-2021), Rujun Wang, Yu Mu, Ying Huang

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

With the increase in the combination of artificial intelligence and the service industry, many applications of artificial intelligence in tourism have been gradually spawned. However, most of the existing research focuses on the algorithms and models of artificial intelligence, and few scholars have systematically reviewed the intersection of tourism and artificial intelligence, this study is based on scientometric, reviewing and sorting out 2689 relevant literature published in 2000-2021, and achieving the three purposes of status carding, hot spot snooping and trend prediction. First, through the participating locations, institutions and authors of collaborative networks, the main sources of AI-related research in …


The Village Law In Indonesia As Mechanism To Support Decentralisation In Tourism, Masrura R. Idjal Nov 2022

The Village Law In Indonesia As Mechanism To Support Decentralisation In Tourism, Masrura R. Idjal

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This study aims to evaluate the mechanism of Indonesia's village-level tourist planning and development decision-making process following the adoption of the Village Law (Law No. 6 of 2014). The Village Law aimed to alter the concept of authority, how villages developed, including in terms of tourism. The village Law is a component of Indonesia's decentralized governance structure, which has been in place for the past 20 years. Decentralization is the process by which national government functions such as administration, financing, and authority are transferred to local governments. The Village Law was enacted to give the village government greater power, authority, …


Possibilities Of Using Neuromarketing Tools In The Hospitality Industry, Serdar Bulbul Nov 2022

Possibilities Of Using Neuromarketing Tools In The Hospitality Industry, Serdar Bulbul

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Usage of neurosciences in social sciences has emerged new perspectives and methods for marketing and tourism marketing. Neuro-marketing and Neuro-tourism are some of those concepts. In the hospitality industry, marketing is in a complex state because the decision-making processes of the guests are unpredictable. For this reason, hotel managements are unable to satisfy guest’s requests and demands with traditional methods. Therefore, Neuro-marketing has importance because this new way of marketing has a high chance to replace currently used methods. Usage of Neuro-marketing in the hospitality industry could satisfy the guest requests while generating new marketing perspectives on hotel management. This …


The Effect Of Covid- 19 Pandemic Process On Social Psychology And Nature-Based Therapeutic Activities, Aysun Yalvac, Esmahan Yalcin, Murad A. Kasalak Nov 2022

The Effect Of Covid- 19 Pandemic Process On Social Psychology And Nature-Based Therapeutic Activities, Aysun Yalvac, Esmahan Yalcin, Murad A. Kasalak

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Today, many scientists have stated that the use of nature-based products and activities at certain rates together with the healing effect of modern medical techniques during the epidemic that affects the whole world has health-supporting benefits. Based on these views, people's consumption of products obtained from natural resources has increased and the interest in outdoor activities in nature has increased. Due to the positive effects of these activities on mental health, socialization and rehabilitation processes, over time, it became necessary to consider these activities within the scope of therapeutic recreation applied to groups with health restrictions such as the disabled, …


Examining The Impact Of Work-Family Conflict On Organizational Commitment: Study Of Higher Education Sector In Northern Cyprus, Dilem Dana Nov 2022

Examining The Impact Of Work-Family Conflict On Organizational Commitment: Study Of Higher Education Sector In Northern Cyprus, Dilem Dana

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This study examined the impact of work-to-family conflict (WFC) and family-to-work conflict (FWC) on two forms of organizational commitment, namely affective commitment and continuance commitment on full-time academic staff of two universities in Northern Cyprus. Two main theories have been tested in the current study; one for Organizational commitment and one for Work-Family Conflict Concept. The organizational commitment has been operationalized by the Three Component Model by Meyer and Allen (1991) and work-family conflict concept (WFCC) has been operationalized by the integrative model of Gutek et al. (1991). An addition to that, social identity theory has been used as an …


Predicting Intentions To Continue Using Travel Apps In The Post Covid-19 Crisis, Ahmed C. Bouarar, Smail Mouloudj, Asma Makhlouf, Kamel Mouloudj Nov 2022

Predicting Intentions To Continue Using Travel Apps In The Post Covid-19 Crisis, Ahmed C. Bouarar, Smail Mouloudj, Asma Makhlouf, Kamel Mouloudj

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

In the era of information technology and the Internet, travel apps have become a significant element influencing modern travel behavior. However, research in this context remains limited in the tourism literature. This paper aimed to investigate the factors that influence intentions to continue using travel apps in the post-COVID-19 crisis in Algeria. A convenience sample of 380 Algerian tourists was surveyed, and a total of 244 questionnaires were collected over three months. The method used to test the proposed hypotheses empirically was the multiple regression analysis using SPSS 26. Results showed that attitude, perceived behavior control (PBC), degree of satisfaction, …


Environmentally Friendly Practices Of Hotel Businesses In The Context Of Unep-Sustainable Tourism's Environmental Purity Principle: A Case Study, Yusuf Bayraktar Oct 2022

Environmentally Friendly Practices Of Hotel Businesses In The Context Of Unep-Sustainable Tourism's Environmental Purity Principle: A Case Study, Yusuf Bayraktar

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

This study was carried out to emphasize the negative effects of the tourism sector on the environment through an example accommodation business. The research examined the environmental awareness policies of an accommodation business within the framework of the "Environmental Purity " principle set forth by UNEP and UNWTO. The research was designed according to the case study pattern based on qualitative research methods. In this research, the business was evaluated in terms of the quality certification systems, energy saving, waste management and the visibility of environmental awareness policies in social networks.

Keywords: environmental awareness, accommodation business, sustainable tourism, case study …


Tourism-Oncology: More Than A Treatment, Ozge Buyuk, Gulsah Akkus Oct 2022

Tourism-Oncology: More Than A Treatment, Ozge Buyuk, Gulsah Akkus

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

Medical tourism is a growing global niche market all over the world. In this study, which intends to assess the status of "tourism-oncology," texts obtained longitudinally from digital and social media were analyzed for content. Tourism-oncology has evolved as an economic activity within the context of medical tourism in Turkey. The research revealed that (i) oncology was among the top five, (ii) lung cancer was the cancer type that results in the most travel, (iii) the user profiles shared on social media were mostly those of travel agencies and health-consulting businesses, (iv) Istanbul, Antalya, Ankara, Izmir, and Mugla were the …


A Literature Review On Tourism Studies Based On Technology Acceptance Model (2000-2021), Yakup K. Ozekici Oct 2022

A Literature Review On Tourism Studies Based On Technology Acceptance Model (2000-2021), Yakup K. Ozekici

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

Although there is ample research on technology acceptance model from both out of tourism (Marangunić & Granić, 2015) and tourism literature (Pourfakhimi et al., 2019). There is no paper explicating how the TAM have been addressed in tourism and hospitality literature to guide researchers in accelerating theoretical advancement and help tourism professionals in designing creative solutions. Thus, it is the aim of this study to unfold progress of TAM in tourism and hospitality literature through overviewing it. To fulfil this aim, 145 quantitative papers based their theoretical framework on TAM, published at journals involved within SSCI, ESCI or Scopus indexes …


Scope Of Rural Tourism Inroads Through Nonvegetarian Gastronomic Tradition In Western Himalayas: The Hindu’S Bakrid, Rohit Chauhan Oct 2022

Scope Of Rural Tourism Inroads Through Nonvegetarian Gastronomic Tradition In Western Himalayas: The Hindu’S Bakrid, Rohit Chauhan

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

This study explores the potential of rural gastronomic capital as tourism product in Shimla district of Western Indian Himalayas keeping in view the sustainable community-based approach. Bottom-up community driven approach is essential for sustainable tourism development and the state under study accounts for 89% of rural population. Gastronomic tradition is one such approach involving a large number of populations bringing them direct benefits. In this study a mixed research design was adopted for first identifying themes and lately looking for scope in a broader area. For getting initial idea 16 interviews were conducted. Upon analyzing the responses from this pilot …


The Importance Of Crisis Management In Tourism, Dora S. Jurdana, Romina Agbaba Oct 2022

The Importance Of Crisis Management In Tourism, Dora S. Jurdana, Romina Agbaba

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The tourism industry has been exposed to different crisis situations, which reveal tourism's vulnerability and jeopardise its development through the damage they inflict as well as through their unpredictability. Tourism has proven to be resilient in rebounding in the aftermath of crises. In a globalized world which is constantly changing and in which crises affect people’s lives, managing them is an integral part of effective destination management. The main goal is to research the readiness of the tourism system for crises and to underline the importance of crisis management in order to strengthen the resilience of tourism to the effects …


Characteristic Of Turkey Registered Geographical Indications (Gi) Of Food And Agricultural Products In Regions, Nihan Akdemir, Aykut Simsek Oct 2022

Characteristic Of Turkey Registered Geographical Indications (Gi) Of Food And Agricultural Products In Regions, Nihan Akdemir, Aykut Simsek

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

Geographically Indications (GI) is as a niche market for countries, creates value-added and has a strong link with origin and cultural heritage. The aim of this study is to examine registered GI products that can be considered as gastronomically in Turkey in terms of regions and product groups determined by the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office. For this purpose, the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office Geographical Indications Portal (www.ci.turkpatent.gov.tr) was examined in depth, based on the descriptive scanning model. As a result of the examinations, it has been seen that Turkey has 825 registered GI of food and agricultural. It …


Pandemic Time And Tourism In Oecd Countries: Artificial Intelligence And Digital Platforms, Alfonso Marino, Paolo Pariso, Michele Picariello Oct 2022

Pandemic Time And Tourism In Oecd Countries: Artificial Intelligence And Digital Platforms, Alfonso Marino, Paolo Pariso, Michele Picariello

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

Introduction underline the three phases related to sector crisis, Background, starting from literature highlight the importance of what are the main actions implemented in 38 Member States. Methodology, with SPAD, elaborates a qualitative and quantitative set of policy responses that are displayed in Results. Discussions highlight the different approaches within the OECD area, but also the absence of a common strategy to exit to the sector crisis. The conclusion emphasizes that crisis response policies still need to be built and developed in the OECD area, even though initial responses showed strong responses in individual Member States that did not address …


Islamic Hospitality Philosophy, Islamophobia Host-Guest Relationships, Traveler Psychographic And Archetype In The Muslims World, Jamaliah Jamil, Zulhasni A. Rahim Oct 2022

Islamic Hospitality Philosophy, Islamophobia Host-Guest Relationships, Traveler Psychographic And Archetype In The Muslims World, Jamaliah Jamil, Zulhasni A. Rahim

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

The Islamic hospitality emerged within the cultural transformation between tradition and religion context. Throughout history, the Islamic hospitality it spreads to all parts of the world together with the adoption of Islamic faith and lifestyle. Today, the it is visible to identify the Islamic hospitality in many shapes and form of social activities and also commercial industries sectors. Once of the significant form of brand of the Islamic hospitality is the halal industries, which covers food, services, tourism and more based on the increasing demand on the Muslim market. However, the negative concept of Islamophobia that are dominantly prompted by …


Daha Iyi Bir Dunya Icin Turizm: Sayi 2, Levent Altinay, Osman M. Karatepe, Muharrem Tuna Oct 2022

Daha Iyi Bir Dunya Icin Turizm: Sayi 2, Levent Altinay, Osman M. Karatepe, Muharrem Tuna

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

Daha İyi Bir Dünya İçin Turizm kitabı, Mart 2022'de Üçüncü Kıtalar Arası Turizm Yönetimi (MTCON22) konferansında sunulan hakemli (çift kör) Türkçe araştırma makalelerinden oluşmaktadır. Kitap, University of South Florida M3 Publishing tarafından açık erişim şekilinde yayınlanmaktadır.

Daha İyi Bir Dünya İçin Turizm [Tourism for a Better World] book consists of peer-reviewed (double-blind) Turkish research papers that were presented at the Third Managing Tourism Across Continents (MTCON22) conference in March 2022. The book is published by the University of South Florida M3 Publishing as open-access.

ISBN 978-1-955833-10-3


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The Tendency Of The Z Generation To Recreational Activities And Their Leisure Time Attitudes, Aylin Nalcaci Ikiz, Ismail Ozturk Oct 2022

The Tendency Of The Z Generation To Recreational Activities And Their Leisure Time Attitudes, Aylin Nalcaci Ikiz, Ismail Ozturk

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The aim of this study is to determine the tendency of the Z generation to recreational activities and the frequency of participation and to determine their attitude towards leisure time. The participants of the research are students studying at Kırıkkale University in the 2021-2022 academic year. The questionnaire form prepared in accordance with the purpose of the study was applied to university students face to face. Frequency values, one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and T test were used in the analysis of the data obtained with the questionnaire forms. While the most preferred recreational activities by the participants in the …


A Study To Determine Gokceada's Adventure Tourism Potential, Berrin Yilmaz, Haci M. Yildirim Oct 2022

A Study To Determine Gokceada's Adventure Tourism Potential, Berrin Yilmaz, Haci M. Yildirim

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

Adventure tourism is one of the special interest tourism types that have developed with the changes in people's wishes and tourism understanding. In adventure tourism, people get away from routine and visit destinations where they can perform different activities, such as adventure, risk, adrenaline, and courage. Adventure tourism activities are defined as soft and hard according to the level of risk they contain, and as air, land, water, and mixed-based activities according to the place where they organized. Gökçeada, which is the largest island of Turkey and known as a cittaslow, has a wide adventure tourism potential with its winds, …


Local Food In The Menus: The Case Of Denizli, Sule Demirbas, Serkan Bertan Oct 2022

Local Food In The Menus: The Case Of Denizli, Sule Demirbas, Serkan Bertan

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

Local cuisine is an important element in the destination selection of tourists. In this study, the place of local dishes in the menus of restaurant businesses was examined. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with hotel and restaurant business managers and chefs in Denizli. As a result of this study, it is seen that businesses partially include local dishes in their menus, and businesses take into account profitability, price, value and customers' taste while determining their menus. It has been determined that customers prefer familiar dishes more, they tend to other dishes instead of local dishes due to the fast à la …


Determining The Opinions Of Travel Agencies In Terms Of Cultural Tourism: The Case Of Ankara Province, Gonca Aytas, Fatma Doganay Ergen, Baris Bas Oct 2022

Determining The Opinions Of Travel Agencies In Terms Of Cultural Tourism: The Case Of Ankara Province, Gonca Aytas, Fatma Doganay Ergen, Baris Bas

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The fact that Turkey has hosted many civilizations for thousands of years and as a result the traces left by civilizations has made the country a rich country in terms of cultural tourism potential. In this context, Ankara has taken its place among our important cities in terms of cultural tourism potential, thanks to its deep-rooted history and its continued importance as an important center throughout history by being the capital of many states. In this context, in this study, which aims to evaluate the cultural tours carried out in Ankara by the travel agency employees, the survey technique, one …


Evaluation Of Restaurant Menus In The Marketing Of Turkish Cuisine: The World’S 50 Best Restaurants Discovery Turkey Example, Emre Ozturk, Goksel K. Girgin Oct 2022

Evaluation Of Restaurant Menus In The Marketing Of Turkish Cuisine: The World’S 50 Best Restaurants Discovery Turkey Example, Emre Ozturk, Goksel K. Girgin

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The purpose of this study is to assess the websites of Turkish restaurants that are listed in The World's 50 Best Restaurants Discovery Turkey in terms of marketing Turkish food. The content analysis method, one of the qualitative research methods, was used to investigate the websites of the restaurants on the list for this reason. Websites should provide all the information that overseas guests may require, taking into account the depiction of Turkish cuisine and the importance of restaurants listed in an international ranking system to gourmet tourism. The websites of the restaurants have been found to have flaws in …


A Study On Tourist Guides’ Use Of Social Media Platforms, Ozge Gudu Demirbulat Oct 2022

A Study On Tourist Guides’ Use Of Social Media Platforms, Ozge Gudu Demirbulat

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In this research, which was carried out to determine how and for what purposes tourist guides use social media platforms; the Facebook and Instagram accounts of 42 active tourist guides registered with the Trabzon Regional Chamber of Tourist Guides, which was established in accordance with the Profession Law of Tourist Guide numbered 6326, were examined. In the research, it was determined what kind of posts the tourist guides make on their Facebook and Instagram accounts, to what extent they use the relevant platforms as a personal promotional element, and to promote the relevant platforms in the tourism sector. In order …


Managerial Competencies Review, Ali Sukru Cetinkaya, Khayal Hajiyev Oct 2022

Managerial Competencies Review, Ali Sukru Cetinkaya, Khayal Hajiyev

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

Competencies are some characteristics that managers use in the organization. Many authors, researchers, etc. have done research on competencies. These surveys usually involve managers working in organizations. Organizations have a great need for competencies. These needs or requirements are constantly increasing or changing. It is important for organizations to continue their activities in the long term and to cope with other competitors. In this study, it is aimed to explain the definition of managerial competencies, their classification, and the characteristics of different types of competencies. Managers are the advantages they bring to organizations by using their management skills and their …