Annals of Management and Organization Research

Issued by Goodwood Publishing, the Annals of Management and Organization Research (AMOR) is an international, peer-reviewed, and scholarly journal that publishes high-quality research articles covering qualitative and quantitative research discussing interesting and contemporary topics on all areas of management and organization sciences. AMOR is aimed at providing academic media for researchers, academicians and practitioners to express their innovative ideas in developing theories and practice of management and organization.

Issued by Goodwood Publishing, the Annals of Management and Organization Research (AMOR) is an international, peer-reviewed, and scholarly journal that publishes high-quality research articles covering qualitative and quantitative research discussing interesting and contemporary topics on all areas of management and organization sciences. AMOR is aimed at providing academic media for researchers, academicians and practitioners to express their innovative ideas in developing theories and practice of management and organization.

Published
2022-07-11

Articles

The effect of financial behavior, financial literacy, and macroeconomics on stock investment decision-making in East Nusa Tenggara

Purpose: This study discusses the influence of financial behavior, financial literacy, and macroeconomics on stock investment decision-making in East Nusa Tenggara. Research Methodology: This research is associative research with a quantitative approach. Distributing questionnaires to 225 investors who were used as research samples collected research data. The data obtained were analyzed by multiple linear regression analysis. Results: Partially or simultaneously independent variables affect the dependent variable in the form of investment decisions positively and significantly. Only financial literacy does not have a significant influence on investment decisions Limitations: This research was conducted during the Covid-19 pandemic, where everything that was done in this research was done without meeting directly with the informants. In addition, the variables studied in this study are dynamic and complex in which the results and thoughts can change at any time according to existing conditions. Contribution: This research becomes scientific information about investor behavior in making investment decisions specifically in the East Nusa Tenggara region.

Antecedents for Creating Loyal Relationship with Retailers: A Study on the Pharmaceutical Industry of Bangladesh

Purpose: The study looked at a variety of factors that go into building a loyal relationship between a company and its retailers in Bangladesh's pharmaceutical industry. Research methodology: Ten (10) hypotheses were established based on the literature review. Furthermore, the convenience sampling technique was used to choose the samples. Data were collected from 50 different retailers. In addition, the loyalty-building aspects were assessed using the questionnaire established through an exploratory study. The data were analyzed with SPSS 22.0with the aid of Microsoft excel. Results: Nine out of ten variables were favorably connected with creating a loyal relationship with pharmaceutical retailers, according to the findings of the study. Limitations: This study focused only on Dhaka and Cumilla cities of Bangladesh. Contribution: The conclusion of the study is crucial and the outcome will have a long-term impact on how pharmaceutical companies use various types of tactics in loyalty-building programs with retailers.

Effect of recruitment and selection practices on organisational strategic goals

Purpose: This study aimed at examining how recruitment and selection practices influence organisational strategic goals. Research methodology: A descriptive case study design was employed. Data was collected from 311 employees of Nestle Water Company who were randomly selected. Results: The study showed that screening affects profitability and market share positively though the effects were insignificant. The selection test on the other hand affects profitability both positively and significantly. There was however a positive insignificant relationship between the selection test and market share. Lastly, the study showed that there exists a positive significant relationship between e-recruitment and profitability; as well as e-recruitment and market share of Nestle water company. Limitations: This study focused on just four recruitment and selection tools as well as employees of Nestle water company. Contribution: The general assertion of scholars that screening, selection tests, e-recruitment, and employee referral have the capacity to stimulate an increase in the profitability and market share of an organisation was confirmed. It is recommended that future studies consider other recruitment and selection tools which were not considered in this study.

Investigating the relationship between knowledge management and social capital

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to establish the relationship between knowledge management and social capital in education from the perspective of human resource managers of Tehran industrial companies. Research methodology: A knowledge management questionnaire and social capital questionnaire were used to collect data. The reliability of the questionnaires was 0.909 and 0.912 by Cronbach's alpha method, respectively. Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests, regression, and Pearson coefficient were used to analyse the data. Results: The results show that there is a significant relationship between social trust and knowledge management, also there is a significant relationship between networks and knowledge management; In addition to the above, it was shown that there is a significant relationship between cooperation and knowledge management and between relationships and knowledge management. Limitations: The practical and usable environment for the results of this study is the educational environment. Contribution: Our research can be very useful for researchers in this field due to the accuracy we had in doing the work and using its results in the educational environment and industrial companies.