Journal La Bisecoman

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ISSN / EISSN : 2721-0987 / 2721-124X
Published by: Newinera Publisher (10.37899)
Total articles ≅ 75
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Nadine Kiandra B. Baronia, Julia S. Daño, Athia Bless R. Mingo, Diane Kirsdy Y. Miones, Flordeliza S. Gagani
Published: 21 June 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 118-128; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i3.670

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Despite the onslaught of COVID-19, people still travel and tourism can only thrive further upon its end. Souvenir shopping has long been integral to the tourism business and one’s travel experience. This quantitative non-experimental descriptive correlational study aimed to determine the relationship between souvenir purchase motivations and product attribute preferences among the randomly selected 50 Grade 12 Arts and Design students in the University of San Carlos South Campus for the school year 2021-2022. Two standardized and reliable Likert-type survey tools were used to collect data. Results revealed that students acquire souvenirs for a variety of reasons before making their decision. Students also valued the portability, aesthetic value, and authenticity of an item when looking for a souvenir. Researchers found out that there is a high positive correlation between souvenir purchase motivations and product attribute preferences and the relationship between the two variables is found to be significant, r (48) = 0.547, p < 0.05. This means that students who go on trips have distinct motivations and it affects their decision-making towards purchasing souvenir items. This study recommends that the variables be tested in more settings post-pandemic, as travel restrictions ease worldwide.
Adani Nnenne Ifechi, Ifeanyi E. Nuel Okoli, Kanayo Chike Nwosu
Published: 21 June 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 80-95; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i3.649

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The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of professional career development and teamwork on job satisfaction among lecturers in selected private universities in Nigeria. Social exchange theory was used to establish the theoretical framework of this study. The study adopted descriptive survey research design to establish the relationship between professional career development, teamwork and job satisfaction. Structured questionnaire was distributed to 428 respondents in six selected private universities in Nigeria. The reliability of the measuring instrument was tested using Cronbach Alpha. Hypothesis one was tested using correlation analysis and regression analysis were employed for testing of hypotheses two, three and four. The result of the analysis showed that there is a statistical influence between the three constructs professional career development, teamwork and job satisfaction of private university lecturers in Nigeria. The research concludes that professional career development and teamwork exert different levels of influence on private university lecturers’ job satisfaction and that teamwork exerts greater level of influence on lecturers’ job satisfaction. Hence it was suggested that management of private universities should promote the establishment of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research teams and centres in order to blend the experience of academics. Also, private universities should make annual plans to sponsor or subsidize conferences, seminars and workshop expenses of lecturers in order to encourage frequent participation in academic events so as to sustain the lecturer’s satisfaction and commitment on the job.
Macaulay Enyindah Wegwu, Sunny Joshua Princewill
Published: 21 June 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 96-106; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i3.645

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This research investigated the connection between the entrepreneurial mindset of telecommunications companies in Rivers State, Nigeria, and their level of market competitiveness. In the state of Rivers, there were a total of 139 managers working for four different telecommunications companies: MTN, 9Mobile, Airtel, and Globacom. The researchers used a straightforward random selection method to choose 103 participants for their investigation. The delivery of a structured questionnaire was used to obtain the primary data for this study. Using Spearman's Rank Order Correlation Coefficient and the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 22.0, we examined whether or not the provided hypotheses were supported by the data. According to the findings of the research, the two aspects of entrepreneurial orientation that were chosen (innovativeness and proactiveness) have a substantial connection to an organization's level of competitiveness (quality and market share). According to the findings of the study, the management of telecommunications companies should have an innovative plan to fund innovative ideas, experimentation, and creative processes; they should also introduce new products and services; and they should invest significantly in research and development. Additionally, the management of companies that deal in telecommunications have to take the initiative in the launch of new goods and services whenever possible. When it comes to the current state of the telecommunications industry, they should be recognized as a reputable brand. They should also react more quickly than their rivals do to educational and research opportunities.
Anil Kalubhai Vanvi
Published: 21 June 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 129-132; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i3.677

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The fundamental objective of this study is to acquire an understanding of the profitability of the many private sector banks that were selected for the purpose of investigation. A lottery was used as the fundamental method of random sampling for the purpose of this inquiry. The sample unit for this investigation will consist of five banks that were chosen by the researcher. The investigation will take place over the course of a period of five calendar years, commencing in 2017 and concluding in 2021. The researcher made use of a variety of accounting techniques, such as profitability ratios, as well as statistical methods, such as one-way analysis of variance; the findings are discussed further down in this section.
Yvette Villarta, Flordeliza Gagani, Mary Angela Dinulos, Liz Alexandra Tan, Adair Shemie Margaret Yosores, Allyza Punsalan, Andre Murillo
Published: 21 June 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 107-117; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i3.644

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made drastic changes in every country’s economy, affecting several businesses particularly in the restaurant industry and resulting in different obstacles that threaten the overall business productivity. Thus, the study is a quantitative non-experimental that aimed to determine if there is a significant relationship between the management practices and productivity among the 50 respondents from the randomly selected 10 eateries in Cebu City, Philippines through linear correlation analysis. Data were gathered online using an adapted and reliable questionnaire. Findings revealed that the management practices of the eateries have a very high average weighted mean and SD (x̄=3.34 SD=0.72). Meanwhile, the level of impact of the eateries’ overall productivity garnered a very high average weighted mean (x̄=3.50 SD=0.57). Therefore, the levels of management practices and the productivity of the eateries during the COVID-19 pandemic have significant relationship with a moderate positive correlation of 0.58 (r = 0.5846, = 0.00001, p < 0.05). This implies the great need for businesses to establish appropriate management practices and for employees to systematically apply these practices for the betterment of both the productivity of the employees and the business as a whole. Additionally, with the problems of operations, regulations imposed by the government, and adjustments to competitors being faced, respondents suggested fostering open communication and utilizing online platforms, and promotions for the improvement of management practices and productivity.
Felmi D. Lntowa, Fitria Melynsyah Yusuf, Patria Usman
Published: 31 March 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 43-48; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i2.612

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This study aims to analyze the application of the principles of the School Expenditure Management Budget Plan (RAPBS) in improving the quality of education at SMP Negeri 6 Tolangohula. This study uses 5 types of principles of financial management of BOS funds according to Ministerial Regulation No. 6 of 2021. This type of research is descriptive qualitative research. The method used in this research is observation, interview, and documentation.The results of this study are SMP Negeri 6 Tolangohula has implemented 5 principles of financial management of BOS funds properly, in accordance with technical guidelines and legislation on BOS funds, both physically and mentally. Flexibility, Effectiveness, Efficient, Accountability, and Transparency.
Pham Van Tuan, Pham Sy Phuc, Tran Van Nguyen, Tran Thi Thu Trang, Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy, Hoang Thi Nga, Pham Thi Hong Nhung, Bui Thi Hong Chinh
Published: 31 March 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 65-73; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i2.569

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The study examines the factors affecting the perception and interaction behavior with advertising cosmetic products. The authors used SPSS and Smart PLS software to conduct statistics and analyze survey results. The results of data analysis show that there are 5 factors that directly affect the perception of avoidance: Health concerns; Doubts about advertising intermediaries; Privacy concerns; Information value; Obstructing cognitive goals. The factor that directly affects Avoidant Behavior is Perception of avoidance, there are 5 factors that indirectly affect Avoidant Behavior: Health concerns; Doubts about advertising intermediaries; Privacy concerns; Information value; Obstructing cognitive goals. At the same time, the research also shows that negative experiences do not affect the impact process from Avoidant Perception to Avoidant Behavior. This study has important practical elements for businesses, managers and even social network users in reducing users' awareness and avoidance of advertising.
Manjurul Hossain Reza
Published: 31 March 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 49-58; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i2.564

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The leather industry in Bangladesh is growing thanks to the country's expanding economic prosperity. Hides and skins, which are by-products of the meat and meat products sector, are often used as raw materials in the leather business. This research aims to offer a complete picture of Bangladesh's leather industry's performance, products, tanning, investment, and environmental impact. This research focused on the technique that will be utilized to gather sufficient data to support this study, as well as the way by which it will be carried out. This study is based upon the literature survey for exploring particular aspects of the leather industry of Bangladesh. The amount of information extracted from several studies based on the objective is related to Bangladesh's leather industry. This study has given a clear picture of the leather industry of Bangladesh which helps government and leather-oriented organizations to take further steps and decision making. This research was limited to investigate only the industry's performance, products, tanning, investment, and environmental impact. But some other facts affect the leather industry of Bangladesh. The leather industry’s performance has improved over time, but it is still not adequate. This research aims to offer a complete picture of Bangladesh's leather industry's performance, products, tanning, investment, and environmental impact.
Leelesh Sundaram, Selva Muthu
Published: 31 March 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 74-79; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i2.586

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Existing studies have demonstrated the negativity of cultural distance in international investments more particularly in the case of inbound mergers across the globe. It is famous speculation that the increasing import of foreign products would certainly affect the use and value of cultural goods of the particular state or nation, due to various influencing factors like consumer temperaments, choice and arousals. In this hypothetical situation, various governments across the globe have started imposing restrictions and authoritative conditions on Inbound Mergers thereby curtailing the scope of further business. When a closer study in respect of Indian trade and culture is carried out, it is quite interesting to note that there are no significant findings on the impact of cross-border inbound mergers on cultural sarees in India. This existing ambiguity appears even more substantial in the case of Southern States as this part of the country is often known for their cultural values and existing cultural sarees at the same time the Inbound Mergers in the said geographical jurisdiction is also increasing. Hence in order to address this ambiguity, this study is carried out so as to find out the Impact of cultural sarees on Inbound mergers in the Southern States of India as it is necessary to identify if there is an adverse impact on sales rate of cultural sarees. Further, this impact might be due to various factors, in order to bring in a regulation or change in law, it is essential to figure out if there is product interrelations.
Muh. Firyal Akbar, Ramlah Alkatiri, Zulkifli Tuli
Published: 31 March 2022
Journal La Bisecoman, Volume 3, pp 59-64; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallabisecoman.v3i2.590

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This research aims to determine the impact of Limboto Lake management in terms of the sosio-economic aspects of the coastal communities of the Lake, Telaga Biru District, Gorontalo regency. The research method uses a qualitative type. The results showed that Lake management was not optimal, this can be seen from the negative side effects of reduced livelihoods and income of fishing communities as well as the emergence of several diseases such as anthrax and respiratory problems due to decreased water quality and air quality. The positive impact determined by the program objectives is not clear, the ecological impact is not positive so that it can lead to undesirable things. The positive side effect can control the water discharge when Limboto Lake water overflows, then it can be used as a tourist spot so that people can open businesses such as shops, selling accessories and motorbike taxis or parking lots for visitors. However, this is only sporadic when there are big events.
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