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JBSQ March 2017, Volume 8, Number 3
Articles
ISSN 2152-1034
Multi-Generational Workforce: Four Generations United In Lean (pp. 1-14)
Lorinda F. Lewis, Lakeland University, Wisconsin, USA
Harold D. Wescott, American Military University, USA

Performance Coaching To Develop Emotional Intelligence Through A Lens Of Double Loop Learning: A UK Hospitality Industry Study (pp. 15-51)
Gary Lynn, E-I-Coaching Ltd., United Kingdom

The Effect Of Mobile Money On Saving And Money Transfer Practices For Low-Income Earners In Kenya (pp. 52-64)
Kennedy Munyua Waweru, The Cooperative University of Kenya
John Wachira Kamau, Mount Kenya University, Kenya

Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Performance In Public Sector Organization (pp. 65-80)
Yousif El-Ghalayini, Australian College of Kuwait

Effect Of Stock Market Development On Economic Growth Of Major South Asian And East Asian Economies: A Comparative Analysis (pp. 81-88)
Saba Karim, University of Kotli, Pakistan
Ghulam Mujtaba Chaudhary, University of Kotli, Pakistan

Impact Of Organization’s Culture On Employees’ Commitment: Evidence From Five Homogeneous Units Under A Group Of Company Operating In Different States In India (pp. 89-105)
Anuj Kumar Sinha, NIT Durgapur, India
Rakesh Kumar, IPCC-ICAI Kanpur, India
PP Sengupta, NIT Durgapur, India
Gautam Bandhopadhyay (HOD), NIT Durgapur, India

Auditors’ Comprehension On Their Professional Work And Related Issues: An Indonesian Case (pp. 106-119)
Toto Rusmanto, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia

 

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