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International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research
Published by Future Science
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27745368     DOI : 10.11594/ijmaber
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research is a peer-reviewed in a monthly basis that publishes full-length papers. it is to enhance the dissemination of knowledge across the multidisciplinary community. We are particularly interested in papers relevant to all disciplines. The editorial board is keep to receive articles that address all areas. The editorial board is keep to receive articles that address, inter alia, the following business scientific fields: General management International business trategic management Marketing Supply chain management Operations management Knowledge management Management of education Organization studies Entrepreneurship Small and medium enterprise Innovation Human resource management Information technology E-business Financial management and time series analysis. Education Social Sciences Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Economic Development Tourism Development Arts and Language Sports Theory Others The above areas are just indicative and the editors, in principle, welcome rigorous articles that encompass any scientific business and management field.
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Building Change Detection in Myanmar using Image Processing Ei Phyu Sin Win
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Building change detection makes it is easy to locate buildings from a distance in the sky. They can also observe the development of rural, or urban areas between 10 decade and present. So, higher resolution satellite and aerial pictures are needed to detect buildings. Building shape varies from one to another over the world. Rural areas are sparsely populated, but densely and complexly populated in urban areas. And it is difficult to detect separate buildings from them. To solve obstacles, non-linear filter, line extracting and region thresholding method is used in this research. The test images from the last decade and images of current year are acquired by using google earth pro, and have different spatial resolutions. Detection area is Hlaingthaya Township, Yangon, Myanmar. This system is simulated with MATLAB programming language.
Overview of the ARIMA Model Average Crude Oil Price Forecast and its Implications on the Indian Economy Post-Liberalization Syed Mohammad Faisal
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The crude oil markets have seen unpredictability over petroleum markets' good and bad times worldwide in the past few years. Various facets of the natural energy industry discuss in this research paper. The effect of the Indian ecosystem in determining oil demand and supply is vital to understand price fluctuations. Researchers in this research paper concentrates on the ARIMA model and other regression models used in the post-1991 LPG reforms to determine crude petroleum values and their primary effect on the Indian ecosystem (GDP) through time-series data from 1991 to 2019. The ARIMA model is further evidence of the validation of datasets and the potential trend in the show of global oil rates. The uncouth oil historical values prophesy the potential movement from crude oil prices, and the recommended model-based fallouts are compelling and honest. Before applying the normality of data and unit-roots, the ARIMA model thoroughly checks at the level. If stationary is not detected, then unit-roots are suspended. The first step is to keep residuals static at the required level of significance to provide efficient forecasting using the ARIMA model used for this analysis.
HR Analytics and Employee's Performance Management: An Assessment built on existing literature Brijendra Chaudhary; Shweta Srivastava
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This paper attempts to study how HR Analytics affects employee performance management based on existing research. The literature analysis has led to a clear understanding that many traditional HR functions are now transforming. However, the transition is slow and will take significant energy from HR and its management to keep the change momentum intact. This literature analysis has explored the increased use of HR Analytics in modern-day companies and analyses change speed.
A Pre-Experimental Research on the Implementation of Selected Classroom Assessment Techniques for Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health Almighty Tabuena
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The primary objective of this study is to examine and identify the classroom assessment techniques (CATs) that might provide and help teachers through assessment and evaluation processes in Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health (MAPEH) using pre-experimental research through one-group pretest-posttest design. The study was conducted at Jose Abad Santos High School in Manila, Philippines during the third grading period of the researcher’s practicum. The sample of the study consists of 20 students selected through the purposive sampling technique. Quantitative and qualitative data analyses were employed. The instruments used in the study were a teacher-made quiz, CATs sample assessment as the treatment, and the perception survey questionnaire (PSQ) regarding the CATs. The result revealed that there is a significant difference between the pre-evaluation and post-evaluation after the CATs implementation. In the post-evaluation, the mean score was significantly higher than the pre-evaluation, which indicates that the CATs improved the performance of students in MAPEH. On the other hand, as revealed in the PSQ, the students regarded the CATs positively. It shows, in this case, that CATs are a great alternative to traditional assessments. Other CATs to be developed and implemented for better learning and effective teaching are recommended.
The Effect of Ownership Structure and Audit Quality on Firm Performance Dramani Angsoyiri
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The study examined the effect of ownership structure and audit qual-ity on firm performance of listed companies in Ghana. The research employed a quantitative research approach; secondary data was ex-tracted from various annual reports and financial statements of the selected companies. The target population was all 42 listed compa-nies on the Ghana Stock Exchange. The sample size was 20 companies selected from all industries. The study period was 2013-2018 re-sulted in 160 firm-yearly empirical observations. The study used re-turn on asset (ROA) and return on equity (ROE) as the performance measure. Ownership structure was measured using managerial own-ership and institutional ownership, audit quality was also measured with the auditor’s reputation, audit committee size and audit commit-tee independence. The control variables used were board size and firm size. The researcher found a weak positive correlation between institutional and managerial ownership and firm performance. More-over, there was a positive effect of audit quality on firm performance. It implies that the engagement of the services of the Big 4 audit firms has an incremental effect on firm performance. Audit committee size posited a positive effect on firm performance whereas audit commit-tee independence was seen to harm firm performance. Similarly, board independence showed a positive effect on ROE and a negative effect on ROA. Board size, however, indicated a positive effect on firm performance. The researcher recommended the pressing need of di-versifying shareholdings in firms as a sweetener to attract more skills and expertise among shareholders that can be tapped to enhance the performance of firms. However, managers should be protected from unnecessary shareholding meddling.
Impact of Incentive Management Strategies on Employee Performance among Telecommunication Firms in Kaduna Metroplis Paul Gadi; Esther Yimi Bagobiri
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The study examined the impact of incentive management strategies on employee performance among telecommunication firms in Ka-duna metropolis. The objectives of the study were to determine the impacts of monetary incentive management strategies and non-mon-etary incentive management strategies on employee performance among telecommunication firms in Kaduna metropolis. The study employed survey design method in which a specially designed ques-tionnaire was used to collect primary data from respondents in the study. The target population of the study was employees from the head branches of four selected telecommunication firms in Kaduna metropolis; providing network reception service for calls and inter-net access data to residence in Kaduna metropolis. The firms include MTN, Airtel, 9Mobile and Glo. The population of employees in these firms’ head branches were; 66 in MTN, 49 in Airtel, 61 in 9Mobile and 54 in Glo; making a total of 230. The sample of the study was same as that of the population, as census sampling technique was used to de-cide the sample size. Self-administered questionnaire was designed and used to collect the primary data of the study. The collected data for the study was analysed using descriptive statistical analysis tools (mean scores and standard deviation) to summarize the responses and inferential statistical tool (Regression model) to determine whether incentive management strategies have impact on employee performance in the selected firms. The study’s findings showed that both monetary and non-monetary incentive management strategies have significant impact on employee performance among telecom-munication firms in Kaduna metropolis. Based on the finding of the study, it was recommended that telecommunication firms continually review existing monetary and non-monetary incentive management strategies and design new incentive programs in order to encourage employee to perform better than their current performance level.
Shifts in Pharma-Marketing Trends in Post COVID-19 Era Md. Mahfuzur Rahman Khan; Kona Basak
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The study reveals that there will be shift in pharma-marketing trends in post COVID-19 era. The crisis of COVID-19, which responded in lockdowns and social distancing, highlighted in some key elements in the digital transformation of healthcare. Therewith the marketing techniques changes totally in the field of pharmaceuticals. As, this is an explorative research so qualitative data has been used for conducting the research. Secondary sources of data are used for analysis and interpretation and to develop the theoretical framework. Deductive approach is used in reaching the conclusive decision. Review of literature asserted about negative impacts of disruptions throughout the pandemics in past, yet these disruptions have also created some new opportunities. So to survive and to sustain pharmaceutical field and conjugate industries should now focus more on new marketing tactics, to counter COVID-19 side effects. Findings of the study educe that pharmaceutical industry could encounter the global pandemic by the shifts in pharma marketing strategies including advanced marketing, digital marketing, e-detailing customer relationship management, e-sampling, innovative work behavior, telemedicine revolution in order to promote product value and expediting prescriptions to the target consumer. So, coping up with the new normal and digitalizing the possible aspects of health care and medicines including techniques of pharma-marketing can be advantageous for both individuals and organizations.
The Impact of Google Suites Amidst the New Normal Froilan Mobo
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The Novel Corona Virus has greatly made an impact in the global community and including business sectorial group. Sectoral business establishments were temporarily closed because of the strict quarantine protocol set by the Inter-Agency Task Force on COVID 19. Classes and Work were also suspended that is why we are experiencing delays in all transactions. The virus has shifted our global workforce into a cloud-based or virtual-based transaction because there are regulations that we need to follow regardless if that is private and public offices. Most of them used technological platform like Google Suites which includes office application and virtual transactions that will help our economy boost up.
The Effects of Science Intervention Material in the Academic Performance of Junior High School Students Jordan Carlo Vincent J
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The researcher being a science teacher identified problems encountered by the students namely; low mean proficiency scores in science grade 10 during the first quarter examination, lack of interest during discussion and frequent absenteeism among students. The Division mean proficiency score target is 68 but the grade 10 students only obtained a score of 60 which is behind the target of the department. Science intervention material was conceptualized and created by the researcher based on the least mastered competencies. This material was utilized as intervention to address the problem of poor academic performance. The 15 respondents who received the science intervention material obtained M=27.9, SD=3.13 compared to the 15 respondents in the control group who obtained M=14.37, SD=9 demonstrated significantly better scores, t = - 21.29, p = <.00001. Intervention material based on least mastered competencies is an effective method of improving the academic performance of students
21st-Century Skills of Social Studies Students: Basis for a Proposed Training Program Danilo V. Rogayan Jr; Carlisle B. Gallardo; Jerrica T. Lacaste; Darley Joyce A. Roque
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Enhancing the 21st-century skills of learners will significantly help them become future-ready and globally-competent workforce in the global economy in the context of the fourth industrial revolution. This descriptive cross-sectional survey determined the 21st-century skills of junior high school learners as an input for a suggested training program. A total of 120 seventh grade learners of a public secondary school in Central Luzon, Philippines responded to the 21st-Century Skills Questionnaire (α=0.960). Results showed that the respondents have a moderate level of attainment of the 21st-century skills (M=3.46, SD=0.66). They moderately exhibit learning and innovation skills (LIS) (M= 3.32, SD=0.66), and highly exhibit information, media, and technology skills (IMTS) (M=3.53, SD=0.82), and life and career skills (LCS) (M=3.53, SD=0.74). Female students have higher overall 21st-century skills, and LIS than their male counterparts based on the independent sample t-test result. Furthermore, there is a significant correlation between LIS and IMTS (r=0.619, p=0.000), between LIS and LCS (r=0.560; p=0.000); and between IMTS and LCS (r=0.820; p=0.000). Learning institutions must adapt to the emerging Education 4.0 brought about by the new industrial era and the 21st-century society so that learners can thrive to the current and evolving challenges. A proposed training program is recommended for implementation to enhance the students’ 21st-century skills.

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