Faculty of Management Sciences

Faculty of Management Sciences

 

Recent Submissions

  • Namono, Rehema; Obanda, Peter Wanyama; Ayebale, Dan; Isiagi, Emmanuel; Wofuma, Gorden (Emerald Insight., 2022-07)
    Purpose – Scholars have emphasized the antecedent role of personal factors such as creative self-efficacy (CSE) in enhancing innovative behavior in work settings. Existent studies have revealed that individuals with high ...
  • Musenze, Ibrahim Abaasi; Mayende, Sifuna Thomas (Taylor & Francis online., 2020-06-01)
    The objectives of this study were to provide reliable and valid constructs of TQM and a measurement model in the context of Uganda’s local governments (LGs) for evaluation of TQM implementation process. The paper used ...
  • Namono, Rehema; Musenze, Ibrahim Abaasi; Mayende, Thomas Sifuna (Elsevier, 2022-01-03)
    The current constantly volatile and dynamic work environment on the global scene requires education institutions as knowledge dissemination platforms to enhance staff creativity to thrive. But empirical studies about ...
  • Kaur., Navleen; Khunteta, Richa (Think Tanks, 2012)
    Principles and practices of management.
  • United Nations Development Programme; United Nations World Tourism Organization (United Nations Development Programme., 2014)
    This Tourism Development Master Plan recognizes Uganda’s exceptional range of natural and cultural tourism assets and prescribes strategies to unlock their potential which will enable deliver a significant boost to the ...
  • Humaira, Irshad (Government of Alberto., 2010-10)
    This research provides an overview of rural tourism, types of tourism, its benefits for rural communities and some examples of rural tourism development in Canadian provinces and other jurisdiction of the world. Rural ...
  • Namono, Rehema; Kemboi, Ambrose Kiplimo; Chepkwony, Joel (Emerald ; Busitema University., 2021-09-13)
    Purpose – Although a burgeoning body of literature has established the influence of hope and employee creativity, the debate on the relative importance of hope and its components of pathway and agency on its outcomes has ...
  • Aziz, Roslizawati Che; Hashim, Nik Alif Amri Nik; Awang, Zaimatul (UiTM Press, 2018-06-30)
    This study attempts to examine the way in which rural tourism is developed by using the Appreciative Inquiry (AI) approach as a research tool. AI is an increasingly important area as it was able to offer a positive and ...
  • Namono, Rehema; Kemboi, Ambrose; Chepkwony, Joel (Busitema University ; Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021-03-04)
    Purpose – Despite the current dynamism in the education sector that was manifested in new approaches to work that require innovative workforce, little empirical studies have been conducted on how to influence innovativeness ...
  • Musenze, Ibrahim Abaasi; Mayende, Thomas Sifuna; Kalenzi, Abbey; Namono, Rehema (Busitema University., 2020-12)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship of the interaction effect of perceived organizational support (POS) and self-efficacy (SE) with work engagement (WE) within the primary education ...
  • Musenze, Ibrahim Abaasi; Sifuna Mayende, Thomas; Kalenzi, Abbey; Namono, Rehema (Emerald, 2021-01-13)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship of the interaction effect of perceived organizational support (POS) and self-efficacy (SE) with work engagement (WE) within the primary education indus ...
  • Wampande, Ahmed Jowalie; Olutayo K., Osunsan (Refaad, 2020-12-14)
    This study adopted a cross sectional survey design to investigate the effect of employee attitude on customer satisfaction in selected hotels in Kampala, Uganda. Using simple random sampling, 179 hotel employees were ...
  • Musenze, Ibrahim Abaasi; Sifuna Mayende, Thomas; Jowalie Wampande, Ahmed; Joseph, Kasango; Ongario Emojong, Ronald (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2020-02-07)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between perceived organizational support (POS) and work engagement and the mediating effect of self-efficacy on the POS–work engagement relationship. ...
  • Osunsan, Olutayo K.; Kawiso, Martin Wilfred; Kabasinguzi, Christine; Wampande, Jowalie Ahmed (Exclusive Journal Publishing House, 2020-06)
    This study explored the effect of emotional intelligence on employability skills of students. Using nonprobability sample of 265 students enrolled in business management degree program at Kampala International University. ...
  • Musenze, Ibrahim A; Mayende, Thomas S (AOSIS, 2020-01-29)
    This study aimed at the establishment of the psychometric properties of the 17-itemed Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (UWES-17) itemed factorial structure. This was done by examining the similarities and differences in ...
  • Musenze, Ibrahim; Mayende, Sifuna Thomas (Cogent Psychology, 2018-04-19)
    This paper examined the mediating effect of job resources on the relationship between ethical leadership and staff retention in Uganda. Utilising a sample of 214 health care workers, a cross-sectional research design was ...
  • Okopa, Michael; Turatsinze, Didas; Bulega, Tonny; Wampande, Jowalie (CrossMark, 2017-01-16)
    Background and Objective: Previous pricing mechanisms have been based on response time. The challenge with response time is that it only focuses on the time when a request terminates and does not focus on the size of the ...
  • Mayende, Thomas S.; Musenze, Ibrahim A. (AOSIS, 2018-11-01)
    Orientation: Retention of quality staff in a highly competitive and dynamic working environment has made retention research necessary. Current focus is on how job resources influence ethical leadership in driving staff ...
  • Musenze, Ibrahim A.; Mayende, Thomas Sifuna (Taylor ans Francis, 2019-12-14)
    ABSTRACT The study investigated how coordination mechanisms drive quality service delivery in Uganda’s local governments. Using an interview guide, data were collected from 24 participants of Uganda’s local governments ...