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  • Governance Challenges for Not-for-Profit Organisations: Empirical Evidence in Support of A Contingency Approach | Chelliah | Contemporary Management Research
    Announcements ABOUT CMR Author Guideline Manuscript Submission Editorial board Published Issues NEW USER LOST PASSWORD Home Vol 12 No 1 2016 Chelliah Governance Challenges for Not for Profit Organisations Empirical Evidence in Support of A Contingency Approach John Chelliah Martijn Boersma Alice Klettner Abstract This article presents empirical evidence of the governance challenges faced by Australian not for profit NFP organisations There is a dearth of academic research in the not for profit sector on issues of governance Using survey and interview data we explore what NFP leaders believe are key governance challenges and what this means for theory and practice of NFP governance We demonstrate that the effectiveness of governance systems is influenced by internal and external contingencies that NFP organisations face such as variations in board roles stakeholder and membership demands funding arrangements board member recruitment processes skills of board members and resources for training and development We argue for a shift of focus away from prescriptive and normative NFP governance models and contend that generic best practice governance standards for NFPs ought not to be further pursued and that a contingency approach is more promising Keywords Governance Not for Profit sector Contingency Theory To cite this document

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/14538/0 (2016-05-01)
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  • Preferences in Business and Corporate Strategies: The Role of Personal Values | Ismail | Contemporary Management Research
    The Role of Personal Values Hussein Ismail Abstract This study explored the relationship between 24 personal values and strategic preferences Data was collected from 137 participants Through stepwise discriminant analysis the data were analyzed to reveal that personal values do have a relationship with strategic preferences In particular the obedience value was more distinctly related to customer focused business strategies Courtesy was mostly associated with backward integration strategies while adaptability

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  • Impact of International Financial Reporting Standards on Stock Price Synchronicity for Asian Markets | Patro | Contemporary Management Research
    K GUPTA Abstract Stock price synchronicity since the adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS has been significant due to its strong relationship with the economic development and capital market stability of a country Using data from 2006 2011 the study examines whether the mandatory adoption of IFRS reduces stock price synchronicity in the Asian context The study utilizes a sample of 1 800 firm year observations for firms in four Asian markets China Hong Kong Israel and the Philippines where IFRS have been mandatory since 2009 The empirical model relating to stock price synchronicity with the adoption of IFRS and other firm specific control variables were analysed using both univariate and multivariate techniques Different types of panel data estimates were used and compared so as to interpret the results with the best suited parameters for different data sets for different markets The empirical results support the argument that for all four markets considered IFRS adoption improves the information environment through the capitalization of firm specific information into stock prices thereby reducing the stock price synchronicity Along with IFRS adoption other firm specific control variables are found to have significant influence on stock price synchronicity such as cross listings in

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/14160/0 (2016-05-01)
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  • Fostering Creativity in Creative Environments: An Empirical Study of Saudi Architectural Firms | ElMelegy | Contemporary Management Research
    Qadir Mohiuddin Jess Boronico Ahmed A Maasher Abstract Architecture by its very nature is about creativity not only in design but in all its forms and therefore it is safe to assert that creativity and innovation are at the root of architectural design practices This empirical research examines the factors that affect organizational creativity in architectural firms in Saudi Arabia in the context of Amabile s componential theory The research sample consisted of 210 professionals from five architectural firms operating in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Structural equation modeling was used to test the research hypotheses The research findings suggest that management practices which permit autonomy risk taking rewards for creativity and innovation have the greatest impact on organizational creativity briefly defined as the creation of a valuable new product Furthermore it can be surmised that other elements of Amabile s componential theory including lack of organizational impediments sufficient resources realistic workload pressure freedom challenging work management encouragement and work group support have a significant impact on organizational creativity The study also indicated that organizational encouragement has no significant causal connection with organizational motivation and therefore organizational creativity The results extend the knowledge and understanding of the factors that affect

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/14431/0 (2016-05-01)
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  • Talent Management Moderating the Relationship between Recruitment for the Highly Skilled and HR Policies | Maamari | Contemporary Management Research
    Abstract In an increasingly competitive business environment organizations seek to improve efficiency through hiring highly skilled employees and managing talent A corporate goal has always been the avail of clear and applicable HR policies However today s successful organization needs to retain talented professionals manage their development and provide a systematic work environment where HR policies are transparent and equitable The results of this study reveal a number of relationships

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/14133/0 (2016-05-01)
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  • Modelling the Relationship among Green Perceived Value, Green Trust, Satisfaction, and Repurchase Intention of Green Products | Lam | Contemporary Management Research
    Mei Mei Lau Ronnie Cheung Abstract This study investigates the relationship among green perceived value green trust satisfaction and repurchase intention of green products A research model was developed to investigate the factors affecting the repurchase intention of green products The research results demonstrated that green trust and satisfaction mediate the relationship between green perceived value and repurchase intention The research results also indicated that the drivers of green product

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/13842/0 (2016-05-01)
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  • The Impact of Environment Concern and Attitude on Green Purchasing Behavior: Gender as The Moderator | Dagher | Contemporary Management Research
    Home Vol 11 No 2 2015 Dagher The Impact of Environment Concern and Attitude on Green Purchasing Behavior Gender as The Moderator Grace Dagher Omar Itani Abdul Nasser Kassar Abstract The purpose of this study is to examine the moderating effect of gender on the relationship between environmental concern and attitude towards green purchasing behavior from a Lebanese consumer perspective This study is based on socialization theory which suggests that individual behavior is shaped by gender expectation in relation to the cultural context An online questionnaire was used to collect data from Lebanese consumers with independent purchasing power A total of 326 complete questionnaires were analyzed in this study The moderating effect of gender was found to be significant and affect both environmental concern and attitude towards green purchasing behavior The results of this study provide insights for both practitioners and scholars The findings revealed that green marketers could benefit from increasing the level of environmental concern and attitude among both males and females It is recommended that marketers educators and policymakers understand the uniqueness of each market to promote green behavior Future studies should examine the new social role of females and how it affects the green behavior Keywords

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/13625 (2016-05-01)
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