Recent Submissions

  • Determinants of employee presenteeism in the workplace 

    Chepchirchir Sang, Monica (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2018-09)
    Employee presenteeism is the practice of going to work despite illness, injury, and anxiety (from work related pressure, or feeling emotionally low), among others. This often results in reduced productivity. Unlike ...
  • Factors influencing employee voice behavior : a predictive model 

    Mishika, Abraham (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2015-10)
    Organizations need employees’ participation through voice behavior in terms of sharing information, opinions, and generating valuable ideas in their workplaces. This constructive voice behavior increases organizational ...
  • Market capitalization performance of the Philippine listed banks : a predictive welfare model 

    Pantra, Lamson (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2013-12)
    Humans are living in the age of uncertainty and disruptive global economy where investments, returns, and rewards are uncertain. The evidence of financial crises, corporate scandals, and moral dilutions have jeopardized ...
  • A Social marketing model for Seventh-day Adventist health-lifestyle change 

    Sigauke, Innocent (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2019-03)
    Social marketing is being increasingly associated with successful behavior change initiatives. Several studies show that social marketing initiatives are effective in eliciting voluntary behavior change for preventable ...
  • Factors affecting employee innovative behavior in for-profit health care organizations 

    Pilli, Sachin Noble (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2012-03)
    This study identifies factors that predict employee innovative behavior in forprofit health care organizations in a developing country (Philippines). It also provides suggestions for enhancing innovative behavior for-profit ...
  • Organizational crisis : a model of emergence 

    Fukofuka, Sunia (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2012-10)
    Most scholars in the crisis management field are either classifying the types of crisis or identifying the stages whereby crisis is manifested. Though these studies increase our understanding of the phenomena and how to ...
  • Organizational crisis : a model of emergence 

    Fukofuka, Sunia (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2012-10)
    Most scholars in the crisis management field are either classifying the types of crisis or identifying the stages whereby crisis is manifested. Though these studies increase our understanding of the phenomena and how to ...
  • Perceptions of antecedents of unethical behavior among leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist church : a grounded theory approach 

    Biaggi, Carlos (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2014-12)
    Even though business ethics discipline has studied the antecedents of unethical behavior for more than 30 years, current understanding of unethical behavior in Christian organizations is unclear and more research is necessary ...
  • Factors affecting human resource information system performance in business organizations as perceived by employees 

    Sitompul, Grace Orlyn (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2014-09)
    A review of related literature has revealed that there are still unanswered questions concerning Human Resource Information System (HIRS) and its performance factors. Prior research finding have revealed that HRIS performance ...
  • Antecedents of organizational social capital 

    Pondi, Kepha Odiwuor (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2018-05)
    Social capital is conceptualized as an intangible organizational resource embedded in informal relationships at the work place. It is considered to be one of the key drivers of the 21st-century innovation-driven economy, ...
  • Influence of investor behaviour on investment performance 

    Ong'eta, Jackson Oyaro (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, 2018-07)
    Investors in the financial markets are expected to act rationally in their investment decisions as postulated by the efficient market hypothesis. This expectation of rational investor behaviour, however, does not always ...