International Management Review

Articles from Vol. 14, No. 1, 2018

Analysis of Effectiveness of Optional versus Mandatory Quizzes on Final Comprehensive Examinations Performance
IntroductionCommon sense indicates that quizzes naturally should improve examination performance and, eventually, learners' overall performance. Many educators believe that quizzes have beneficial effect on examination performance (Tapaswi et al., 2016;...
A Review and Assessment of the Existing Health Consciousness Models
IntroductionEntering the 21st century, despite an improvement in lifestyle and life quality among college students, health consciousness, and health behavior are reportedly neglected (Tao, Su, & Wang, 2012). The downward trend related to health consciousness...
Chapter 14: The Philosopher: Feasible or Desirable
Chapter 14: The Philosopher: Feasible or Desirable Book Chapter: Foresight and Extreme Creativity Strategy for the 21st Century By Langdon Morris ISBN #: 978-1530931613Science accumulates knowledge faster than society accumulates wisdom.- Isaac AsimovMy...
Construction of Performance Evaluation System for Public Projects Based on Public Satisfaction
IntroductionWith the developing economy, Chinese governments increasingly pour lots of funds in public works. From 2006 to 2015, annual fixed assets in municipal public utility construction roared from 576.51 billion yuan to 16204.4 billion yuan (MOHURD...
Establishing and Analyzing Commercial Banks' Carbon Finance Business Revenue Model
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)IntroductionGlobal warming has become one of the key issues of interest in countries around the world. Based on the pressure to reduce carbon emissions and characteristics of its development, the use of financial...
Expecting More out of Expectancy Theory: History Urges Inclusion of the Social Context
Worker motivation is an important and problematic criterion for administrators to utilize effectively. As firms face increased the diversity of workers in an expanding presence across sectors and the globe, managers require modernized and more applicable...
The Role of Information Technology Capability and Innovative Capability: An Empirical Analysis of Knowledge Management in Healthcare
IntroductionStrategic management of organizations depends on the development of distinctive competencies to improve performance over competing organizations and to serve customers. The ability to improve operations across all functions creates competency...
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