Table of Contents      

       

                        Management      

 Number

 Title of the Papers

Author/Authors

401

Economical   and   Political   Changes,” required the Institutional Progress and Reforms in Albania:

Alba Dumi, Albert Qarri and Terida Mehilli 

402

Transformational Leadership and Work Outcomes: Organizational Justice as Mediator

Wahibur Rokhman and Arif Hassan 

403

Mapping the Mind of the Malaysian Youth on the Changes Occuring in the Country: A Comparative Study between the Urban Youth and the Rural Youth

Mohd Arip Bin Kasmo 

404

Singapore’s State-Enterprise Network in the Gulf Region: Boon, Bane or an Ongoing Game?

Caroline Yeoh, Wilfred How and Febbry Lasgon 

     
412

The Next Little Affair in Team Innovation Research

Maznah Abdullah and Mohammed Quaddus 

413

Managing Communities of Practice and Knowledge Flow Networks in Innovation

Mei-Tai Chu 

414

Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Performance in Services Sector: Are They Linked?

Abu Mollik, Majharul Talukder and Ali Quazi 

416

Effect of Trust on Knowledge Donating and Collecting: Evidence from Malaysian Universities

See Kwong Goh and Manjit Singh Sandhu 

419

Malay Women Entrepreneurs: A Social Constructionist Perspective

Suraini Mohd Rhouse 

422

Visiting Mexican Wineries: Can Education lead to Appreciation?

Melissa St. James 

423

Assessing Employee Affective Commitment as a Mediator on the Relationship Between Risk Assessment and Effective Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) 

Irzan Ismail, Nik Mutasim Nik Abd Rahman, Mohamad Abdul Hamid and Fazli Idris

424

Leadership Development:  How do CIOs Become CEOs?:

 Kenneth A. Grant and Ronald Babin 

429

Business Process Risk Assessment for Business and Information System Assurance: Current Facts and Challenges

Hamzah Ritchi and Jan Mendling 

431

The Future Functions of Human Resource Practitioners in New Zealand Organisations: Results of a Longitudinal Study

Pieter S. Nel, Andries J Du Plessis and Josefino San Diego 

432

Exploring The Perceptions Of Tertiary Students’ Perceptions And Attitudes Towards Environmental Sustainability

A J Du Plessis, Pieter S. Nel and Sawsan Al-Shamaa 

433

Evironmental Sustainability: Perceptions of Some International Students in New Zealand:

Naseem Rahman, Jimmy Chen and William Toh 

434

The Future of the Environment in New Zealand as Perceived by International Tertiary Students: Some Empirical Evidence

Indra Kularatne, Merilyn McAuslin and Kane Foster 

437

Job Preference Factors of International Students

Hanoku Bathula and Manisha Karia 

438

Critical Success Factors for Implementation of Total Quality Management in Hotel Operations

Hanoku Bathula and Liao Yuan

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