International Journal of Business and Management Future en-US (Managing Editorial Board) (Editorial Assistant) Tue, 16 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 User Perspective Towards M-banking in Bangladesh: A Case Study Based on University Students <p>The focus of this study is on user perspective towards M-banking in Bangladesh and the case study is based on university students. The main purpose of this paper is the opinion of university students based on their preference of bank, time consumption, user-friendly service system, service quality, transaction service charge, the security of transactions and fraudulent activities. Both primary and secondary data have been used in this study. A survey has been conducted with 220 respondents, with a majority of male students where most of the respondents said that M-banking companies should provide more options. &nbsp;The majority of the respondents also believe that the company provides adequate security about the transaction process, although many students said that they have faced fraud activities with service. <em>Bkash</em> plays a major role in the market because the maximum number of students used <em>Bkash</em>, followed by <em>Rocket</em>, <em>Nagad</em>, etc. Their major concerns about the service revolve around the charges they have to pay and security issues. As the idea of M-banking is a completely new concept for Bangladesh, the opinions of university students can contribute significantly to helping them improve their service.</p> Syeeda Raisa Maliha, Mustafa Nizamul Aziz ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 16 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 Impact of Rewards System on Employee Motivation: A Study of a Manufacturing Firm in Oman <p>This paper illustrates the importance of employee motivation and the influence of reward and recognition program on the motivation and performance of the manufacturing and production workers of a manufacturing firm situated in the Sultanate of Oman. The goal of the report is to depict the predominant effect of reward and recognition on overall productivity, performance, and motivation. The data gathered for the research was through an exploratory research design wherein the survey questionnaire was distributed to a population of 30 respondents through a stratified sampling technique. Both the qualitative and quantitative data were considered while concluding the major findings, followed by proposing suggestions to improve the motivation levels of employees and enhance their rewards and recognition program.</p> Zaha Noor, Nishatnaz Nayaz, Vrushabh Solanki, Adarsh Manoj, Arti Sharma ##submission.copyrightStatement## Wed, 05 Aug 2020 16:06:16 +0000 The Effects of Training to the Employee Performance and Development: A Study of Fareast Islami Life Insurance Company Limited, Bangladesh <p>Fostering more efficient capital allocation; encouraging loss mitigation; enabling risk to be managed more efficiently; helping mobilized savings; facilitating trade and&nbsp;commerce; substituting for and&nbsp;complementing government&nbsp;security programs and promoting financial stability insurance company plays a vital role to a country's economy. Despite prolonged political instability, poor infrastructure, endemic corruption, insufficient power supplies, and slow implementation of economic reforms Bangladesh's economy has grown by approximately 6 percent annually for two decades. In this case, the insurance companies of Bangladesh have been keeping a significant role for a long since. Considering the enhancement of the development of insurance sectors, different institutes and academics have been established. But those are inadequate for the fulfillment of developing this industry and manpower also. So, regarding this context, I select the matter of The Effects of Training &amp; Development of Performance: A Case Study of Fareast Islamic Life Insurance Ltd. This study is conducted to Fareast Islamic Life Insurance Head Office and its five branch offices. Identification of the improvement of manpower and their occupational development and how they can contribute to their organization is the main issue of this study.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Md. Shahinur Hassan, Md. Mizanuzzaman, K. M. Anwarul Islam ##submission.copyrightStatement## Mon, 28 Sep 2020 20:27:44 +0000 Industry 4.0: Challenges, Opportunities, and Strategic Solutions for Bangladesh <p><em>In the recent decade, the term Industry 4.0 or Fourth Industrial Revolution is a common buzzword represents the adoption of disruptive digital technologies (Internet of things, Big Data, 3D printing, Cloud computing, Autonomous robots, Virtual reality, Augmented reality, Self-driving car, Cyber-physical system, Artificial intelligence, Smart sensors, Nanotechnology, Drones, and Biotechnology, etc.) in the production process which is transforming the manufacturing units into smart factories and experiencing a great change in the global value chain</em>. <em>Moreover, these revolutionary digital technologies have a profound impact on the economy, growth, globalization, governments, international trade, global supply chain, and human capital transformation, etc. The present review study aims to explore the impact, challenges, and opportunities of the fourth industrial revolution based on empirical findings specially and extensively in the context of Bangladesh. The study finds regardless of having enormous potentiality, the application of the fourth industrial revolution is far lagging for some challenges i.e. lack awareness, insufficient capital, lack of infrastructure, lack of skilled human capital, and some socio-economic challenges. This review paper will also develop conceptual links with the relevant aspect of strategic planning and application of key industry 4.0 technologies and help to formulate future policy guidelines regarding opportunities, application, and strategic decision making for the fourth industrial revolution in Bangladesh.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> Abul Bashar Bhuiyan, Md. Jafor Ali, Norhayah Zulkifli, Mokana Muthu Kumarasamy ##submission.copyrightStatement## Wed, 21 Oct 2020 14:03:31 +0000 A Study of Green Human Resources Management (GHRM) and Green Creativity for Human Resources Professionals <p><em>The concept of green human resource management has recently combined with ecological management in business, urbanization, industrialization and so many so forth. It is mainly responsible for managing human resources work, and these work conditions are good. Green human resource management procedures are fundamentally used to reduce the carbon impression of each worker and the information capital of the holding association. It also plays role in convincing workers to look after resources, and participate in waste management to control pollution. It is recommended that companies should be more aware of each of the capabilities that make human resources management green. The development needs of combining ecological manageability with human resource management. Organizations now recognize that while focusing on money-related benefits, they should think about the social and ecological effects to ensure their manageability. Therefore, this notion has lately taken into account, academic analysts and experts. This paper investigates GHRM practices in organizations based on the many current writings. The study found the importance of GHRM ideas, practices, strategies, and difficulties in the business and other organizations. The study uses documented strategies to observe, collect and dissipate contemporary surveys of green human resource management. </em></p> Md. Chapol Ali, K. M. Anwarul Islam, Soojin Chung, Nurul Mohammad Zayed, Mithila Afrin ##submission.copyrightStatement## Wed, 04 Nov 2020 00:00:00 +0000