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International Journal for Applied Information Management
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ISSN : -     EISSN : 27768007     DOI : https://doi.org/10.47738/ijaim
Journal menerbitkan penelitian tentang semua aspek manajemen informasi. Informasi dilihat di sini secara luas untuk mencakup tidak hanya produk/layanan dan proses tetapi juga pasar, dan organisasi serta informasi sosial. Ini termasuk studi tentang proses secara keseluruhan atau tahap individu, masalah seputar mengakses dan menggunakan sumber daya berwujud dan tidak berwujud secara efektif, strategi informasi, alat yang berbeda yang digunakan untuk mengelola informasi, dampak faktor industri, regional, dan nasional, dan implikasi pada kinerja. . IJAIM menyambut baik pekerjaan yang mengeksplorasi manajemen inovasi dalam konteks baru seperti tetapi tidak hanya layanan, organisasi sektor publik, dan perusahaan sosial dan komunitas, informasi sosial, pada satu atau beberapa tingkat termasuk tim atau proyek, organisasi, regional , nasional dan internasional. Makalah yang muncul di IJAIM harus didasarkan pada metode penelitian yang ketat. Mereka juga harus eksplisit tentang implikasi untuk teori dan praktek. Dengan demikian, penulis harus memastikan bahwa kontribusi terhadap keadaan seni diartikulasikan dengan jelas.
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Factors Affecting The Collaborative Relationships in Tourism Supply Chain Trang Thi Huyen Tran
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 1 No. 4 (2021): Regular Issue: December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i4.17

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Structural Equation Modeling was employed to examine the influence of several factors: trust, commitment, personal relationship, application of information technology in the chain, customer orientation policy, asset specificity and behavioral uncertainty to the collaborative relationships between travel companies and their suppliers in the tourism supply chain. The results indicate that the first four factors have direct and positive impacts on this collaborative relationship. Furthermore, the study also confirmed the nexus between trust as well as customer orientation policy and the commitment among members in tourism supply chain.
Modelling The Relationship of Perceived Quality, Destination Image, and Tourist Satisfaction at The Destination Level Nguyen Ky Vien
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 1 No. 4 (2021): Regular Issue: December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i4.18

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Today, the tourism sector in Vietnam has increasingly been a key element in job creation, economic development, and poverty alleviation. With its well-preserved cultural and natural diversity, Vietnam has been becoming a spotlight in the global tourism map. However, many tourist destinations in Vietnam are now struggling with ways to improve tourists’ satisfaction level and increase the return rate of tourists. Therefore, the tourism industry and government have to acknowledge how the tourists experienced and perceived the quality of a destination and the possibility of their return. The purpose of this study is twofold. Firstly, the study evaluates how tourists perceive the service quality of a tourist destination. Secondly, the study attempts to build a conceptual model linking tourists’ perceived quality, destination overall image and tourist satisfaction at the destination level. The study suggests more directions for future research: continuing to test the empirical validation and reliability of the conceptual model for a certain case study in Vietnam, and continuing to examine the moderating effects of the different demographic characteristics of the tourists (i.e. gender, age groups) on the relationships between tourists’ perceived quality, destination overall image and tourist satisfaction at the destination level.
Difficulties of Integrating Human Resources Management Globally by Japanese Corporations Kentaro Takakuwa
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 1 No. 4 (2021): Regular Issue: December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i4.19

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International enterprises should integrate human resource management globally under a multi-dimensional global market. But the globalized level of Japanese companies’ human resource management has been low for decades. This might have structural causes, then they couldn't execute necessary policy change. I found this structural problem which prevents Japanese companies from offering attractive job opportunities to foreign workers through international comparison of the relation between labor market and incentive system to attitudes of work. The experienced labor market is imperfect only in Japan. This situation enhances the accumulation of “context-oriented human assets”. Seniority based rewards systems promote them to co-operate then increase the performance of this kind of human asset. In contrast, “independent human asset” would be accumulated in other countries, such as South Korea, China, Indonesia, United States and Brazil, except Germany. The experienced labor market is relatively perfect in these countries, and those who put priority on both good rewards and clear career path when seeking job opportunities get good rewards. Because this kind of incentive system seen in the countries except Japan and Germany have inconsistency with that is seen in Japanese homeland office, Japanese companies couldn’t integrate human resource management globally. Japanese companies need a fundamental change of organizational architecture to regain the international competitiveness and utilize the new market opportunity overseas.
The Effects of Safety Management Systems, Attitude and Commitment on Safety Behaviors and Performance Wen-Jywan Su
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 1 No. 4 (2021): Regular Issue: December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i4.20

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Safety culture is part of organizational culture, and assessing corporate safety culture as a means of increasing safety performance is gaining acceptance. Based on Cooper’s reciprocal model, this paper studied the effects of managerial safety commitment and workers’ personal safety attitude as well as the organization safety management system (SMS) towards individual safety compliance and participation, and their relationship with safety performance. Questionnaires were obtained from employees and contractors of a large steel company in 14 functional departments. Modified reciprocal safety models were verified by structural equation model (SEM). The SMS and personal attitude have effects on compliance behavior. Participation behavior was influenced by the SMS and management commitment. Perceived performance was affected by compliance and participation behavior and management commitment as well. Successful implementation of a SMS will strongly motivate the workers’ participation in safety activities and compliance with safety regulation. Managers’ strong commitment toward safety is essential to foster safety performance. A Good safety attitude will motivate the worker to follow safety regulations for self-protection but does not encourage him to participate in safety activities. Increasing managerial safety commitment such as concerns about workers’ safety participation activities and participation safety activities will directly motivate the worker’s safety participation.
Proposing a Theoretical Model to Determine Factors Affecting on Job Satisfaction, Job Performance and Employees Loyalty For Technology Information (IT) Workers Tran Thi Kim Phuong; Tran Trung Vinh
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 1 No. 4 (2021): Regular Issue: December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i4.21

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Information technology (IT) industry in Vietnam has had steady development steps to continuously strengthen its position and role in the sectors such as politics, social - economics, security - defense for further integration into the world. There are many companies now competing in this area. In the unpredictable and competitive business environment, employee plays a vital role for nearly all organizations, thus the important issue is to try to deeply understand work related attitudes and behaviors that affect the well- being of an employee as well as the effective function of an organization. Hence, this paper adapted several previous models in order to find out the influence of workplace environment, pay and promotion potential, fairness and workplace relationship on the level of job satisfaction and examine the relationships among job satisfaction, job performance and employee loyalty for IT workers in Vietnam.

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