International Journal of Business and Management Science

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 2, 2010

Adoption of Biometric Technology in Online Applications
Abstract: This paper aims to determine the factors that influence the users' intention to use biometric technology in online applications. A questionnaire survey was conducted among internet users in Malaysia. Results demonstrate that the highest predictive...
A Framework for Human Resource Management in the Knowledge Economy: Building Intellectual Capital and Innovative Capability
Abstract: The business environment is experiencing rapid advancements in technology which are driven by firms' capacity to innovate. Firms depend on their innovative capabilities to gain competitive advantage. Innovation is driven by knowledge in organizations,...
An Exploratory Study on Leadership in a Semiconductor Manufacturing Firm's Performance
Abstract: Top management leadership is considered one of the most important principles of TQM due to its assumed relationship with customer satisfaction. However, the evidence for which TQM factors like leadership contributes most to the improved organizational...
Foreword from the Special Issue Editors Volume 3 Number 2, 2010
International Journal of Business and Management Science (IJBMS) aims to explore and expand knowledge on business and management issues. Business Complexity and Performance Management are the two major key research areas out of many in the 21st century....
Integrated Vendor-Buyer Production and Inventory Policy: A Critical Review
Abstract: Tough competition in the current global economy has been forcing vendors to collaborate with buyers in managing their material flows to achieve a higher level of customer satisfaction. Integrated production and inventory policies between vendors...
Manufacturing Performance Evaluation Tool for Malaysian Automotive Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Abstract: This study is aimed to develop a manufacturing performance evaluation tool for Malaysian automotive SMEs. The performance criteria were identified and adapted from literature study. A survey was conducted to Malaysia automotive SMEs in matching...
The Adoption of Online Banking in Malaysia: An Empirical Analysis
Abstract: Although millions of dollars have been spent in developing online banking infrastructures, findings revealed that consumers have yet to adopt the systems in spite of their availability and convenience. As such, the paper aims to investigate...
The Effects of SRM Capability on Supply Management Performance
Abstract: Supplier relationship management (SRM) connects the firm's supply organization to the external supplier network. Firms aim to increase firm competitiveness by exploiting the synergy of mutual business activities with the suppliers. To increase...
The Impact of Supply Chain Operational Capabilities on Business Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises in Malaysia: A Preliminary Analysis
Abstract: This study determines the underlying determinants of supply chain operational capabilities (SCOC) and empirically tests a framework that can be used to identify the relationship among those determinants and business performance with special...
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