Tag Archives: bibliometric analysis.

Impact of Rumors Prevalence and Workplace Ostracism on Organizational Cynicism and Psychological Contract Violation (Published)

Why do rumors make it difficult for subordinates to follow their bosses’ orders? How do managers keep rumors from having a negative impact? Are workplace ostracism and psychological contract violations breaches motivated by organizational cynicism and/ or negative rumors? Is there a connection between optimistic rumors and the fulfillment of psychological contracts? a sample of (327) academics from Egypt’s private universities were surveyed. ‘a four-part questionnaire that evaluates the study’ axes (workplace ostracism, positive and/ or negative rumors prevalence, organizational cynicism and psychological contract violation).

Mohamed Nasr Saeed (2022) Impact of Rumors Prevalence and Workplace Ostracism on Organizational Cynicism and Psychological Contract Violation, International Journal of Business and Management Review, Vol.10, No.7, pp.29-44

Keywords: Psychological contract violation, Rumors prevalence, bibliometric analysis., organizational cynicism, psychological contract, workplace ostracism

Bibliometric Analysis Research on Audit Nexus in Corporate Governance (Published)

Audit study on corporate governance and its influence on the corporate organisation is expanding exponentially.  It has been undeniable after the 2007-2008 financial crisis and corporate scandals. This article provides an overview of the evolution of scholarly literature on the relationship between audit and corporate governance in peer-reviewed publications published between 2010 and 2020. The bibliometric method is progressively used when studying various aspects of scientific fields and in the ranking of institutions and universities around the world. An adequate number of studies have been conducted, and with the resulting literature, the bibliometric method can be used using its methodology. Through our bibliometric technique research, we discovered the most influential journals, authors, and influential articles and the annual production of journals, source documents, trending topics, and keyword co-occurrence networks. This study contributes to our understanding of audit in corporate governance studies by reviewing documents systematically using bibliometric techniques and VOSviewer analysis for the study period. Finding results indicated the most influential journals, authors, impactful articles, annual production, source documents, trending themes, and keywords co-occurrence network. The paper also highlights the new trends that have emerged over the decades and suggests future avenues for research in this area.

Citation: Isaac Francis Antwi , Isaac Owusu Ansah , Abraham Gyekye , Kwaku Asiedu  (2022) Bibliometric Analysis Research on Audit Nexus in Corporate Governance, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Methods, Vol.9, No.2, pp.50-72

Keywords: Audit, Corporate Governance, bibliometric analysis., vosviewer

Does psychological detachment, behavioral integrity and emotional exhaustion impact the relationship between organizational nepotism-cronyism and unitarism social capital? (Published)

Is organizational favoritism a phenomenon or a real problem? Is (organizational Favouritism-(nepotism-cronyism)-(ONC): widespread in the higher education sector like other sectors? What is the effect of (emotional exhaustion) on social capital? What effects of psychological detachment and organizational integrity on that relationship? Will studying this benefit the competitive landscape of the higher education sector in Egypt? How do managers detect and treat these organizational gaps such as organizational-(favouritism and emotional exhaustion) and enhance a role of psychological detachment and organizational integrity in enhancing social capital? a sample of (412) managers and employees from higher education sector in Egypt were surveyed. a seven-part questionnaire evaluating the study’s axes (behavioral integrity, organizational nepotism-cronyism, psychological detachment, emotional exhaustion and unitarism social capital). This research study relationship of organizational nepotism-cronyism as independent variable and unitarism social capital as dependent variable and study impacts of emotional exhaustion as an intermediate variable on this relationship. Finally, study the impact of psychological detachment as the first moderator variable and behavioral integrity as a second moderator variable on this relationship. The study reached some results related to these variables, in addition to providing some recommendations related to raising the efficiency of the education sector and overcoming these obstacles and regulatory gaps in a way that strengthens the higher education sector, universities, institutes, and Egyptian educational institutions

Mohamed Nasr Saeed (2022) Does psychological detachment, behavioral integrity and emotional exhaustion impact the relationship between organizational nepotism-cronyism and unitarism social capital? Global Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol.10, No.4, pp.76-95

Keywords: Pluralism, behavioral integrity, bibliometric analysis., emotional exhaustion, favouritism, nepotism-cronyism, organizational favouritism, psychological detachment, unitarism social capital

Impact of Self-Management Theory as an Epistemologically Approach and the Directing Methods: Pedagogy, Andragogy, Cybergogy, and Heutagogy on Meta-Human Resource Management (Meta-HRM) (Published)

Why do some managers fail to direct their subordinates correctly while some may succeed? Why subordinates may respond to the permanent-orientations and/or daily-directions while others do not? How learning approaches effect on managers’ behavior and self-management theory? Are all these challenges considered meta-management? This research is empirical research which methodically providing an answer to these questions. The answer presenting in a diagnostic and an epistemologically analytical method about Antropogogy (Pedagogy to Andragogy) with Cybergogy directing and Heutagogy-Self-determined). The managers’ failure in practicing the function of direction and the failure of subordinates to respond to permanent-orientations and/or daily-directions is due to the lack of awareness of self-management theory, adult personality theory, the deficiency in adopting Cybergogy-social media directing and anthropogogy (Andragogy and Heutagogy) self-directed based learning approaches, and the lack of awareness of what is Meta-HRM.

Citation: Mohamed Nasr Saeed (2022) Impact of Self-Management Theory as an Epistemologically Approach and the Directing Methods: Pedagogy, Andragogy, Cybergogy, and Heutagogy on Meta-Human Resource Management (Meta-HRM) ,  International Journal of Business and Management Review, Vol.10, No.6, pp.19-41

Keywords: Meta-HRM, andragogy-self-directed, anthropogogy, bibliometric analysis., cybergogy-social media directing, heutagogy-self-determined, pedagogy-based directing, self-management theory