Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2015
Tentative Research on Synchronizing Reflective Effects of Natural
Model on Mechanical Realization and Satisfaction
Josh Smith, Ph.D. & Associate Professor
Abstract: In this article, the author will conduct initial and tentative research on synchronizing reflective effects of natural resources model on mechanical realization and satisfaction. Based on the research result on mechanical redesign from previous researchers of this specific field, a tentative research model was initiated and analyzed along the reflective discussion of positive and negative points of utilizing natural resources in realizing mechanical satisfaction. On one hand, there is a synchronizing reflection of the effects of natural resources model on mechanical realization. On the other hand, by using an recursive and repetitive method of reporting, the mechanical realization and satisfaction was measured figuratively and qualitatively within the scope of mechanical redefinition and reproduction. A physical model was built up to support the research hypothesis and the research result was coincidence with the preliminary expectation. The way of juxtaposing of both asynchronous and synchronous research design was excised with caution. Though there are a few flaws in designing the whole research process, the research result could provide insights to researchers to conduct further research in this field.
Competency Model for Analyzing Competencies of ERP Functional Consultants- A Building Block Approach
J.Jagatheesh Jayanand, Ph.D. & Senior Manager
Muthusami Senthil, Ph.D. & Dean
Abstract: This article is an outcome of research work carried out by the researcher in identifying building blocks that would support in analyzing competencies of ERP functional consultants in India. The research work aims at understanding the key competencies required for an ERP functional consultant which would help information technology organizations that are involved in providing ERP implementation services. The outcome of the research has resulted in identifying major factors that influence competency of an ERP functional consultant, common building blocks by functional module that influence module knowledge and attributes that form components of the building blocks. Applying this model to analyze competency of an ERP functional consultant would help organizations delivering ERP services with functional consultants from Indian sub-continent to organizations across the globe.
Advanced Policy for Tourism Industry in Nepal
Badri Prakash Pokhrel, Ph.D. Scholar
Ji Young Jeong, Ph.D. & Professor
Abstract: The study mainly focused on the Nepalese tourism industry. The main objectives of this study were coverage on the following aspect; to increase the tourist’s arrival, economic growth, employment opportunities and gross domestic product (GDP) in Nepal. This study may help to the reconstruction of the structures damaged by earthquake, reduce the trade deficit and to suggest make the good tourism policy. We found that Tourism policy in Nepal is very good but not properly utilized. Nepal had high tourism seasonality because most of the people travel to Nepal in October month arrival rate is relatively higher than other months. Tourists visiting Nepal preferred autumn season from October and November in most destinations. Main festivals are in October so it is also the best time to visit Nepal. In this season the weather is mild, pleasant temperature, clear skies, the countryside is green and visibility is perfect in monsoon. The study also found out that tourism flow distribution or attention is not significant to tourism development in Nepal.
A Survey of Reading Comprehension Difficulties for Saudi Students with English Text
Muhammad Khalid Mehmood Sajid, Ph.D. Fellow
Abstract: The study investigates the reading interest of Saudi students’ reading interests in English, the obstacles hindering their reading efforts, the person who helps them choose their reading materials, the factors that determine their choice of reading materials and the reasons why they read. The statistical analysis of the questionnaire returned by 460 Saudi students revealed that the students have a broad range of reading interests. The top of which are stories, adventure books, books about religion, and magazines about the internet, newspaper world events, publications about innovation in technology, sports magazines, novels, poetry, and plays. On the other hand, they dislike books about economics, sociology, astronomy and mathematics. The findings also showed that the obstacles that hinder their reading efforts are of casual visits to the libraries, inability to get books quickly, non-availability of reading materials, time constraints, lack of local libraries, beliefs of having better things to do than reading. It was also noted that the difficulty of reading materials provided by Department of English Language and Literature, opinions that Reading Comprehension is not as important as improving other language skills were the hindrances that created obstacles for their text comprehension. Moreover, the beliefs that there is no relationship between reading and other language skills, and lack of family interest in reading were also the findings that showed the reading difficulties of Saudi students with English text comprehension. Furthermore, the research revealed that the students choose their reading materials by interest, teacher’s request, the main character, length and literary quality. The studies show that the students read for improving their language, learning something, improving their academic achievements, keeping in touch with the local, economic, cultural, scientific and political developments, improving their local status, keeping in view with what is happening around the world and entertainment. Also, the students depend on themselves, their teachers and their class fellows for choosing their reading materials. Recent studies have shown that there has been a continual decline in the average reading ability among the students studying in the schools, colleges and language centers across Saudi Arabia. The current studies assess Reading Comprehension of English Text of senior Saudi students majoring in English.
Battle for Beautiful Faces: A Case Study and Marketing Suggestions for Foreign Cosmetic Brands in Chinese Market
Luyuan Zhang, MBA
Joyce X. Zhou, Ph.D.
Mohammad Chowdhury, Ph.D.
Abstract: This article analyzes the current environment and consumption patterns in cosmetic/toiletry industry in China and gives recommendations on feasible marketing methods for western cosmetic/skincare brands to enter or expand in Chinese market. Discussion will be based on Chinese culture regarding concepts of Beauty and Beautiful as well as psychological and management theories of consumption pattern. We will explore the most recent consumption styles of cosmetics of Chinese females. The managerial implications for global cosmetic companies that are mentioned in this article could benefit non-domestic cosmetics companies that are trying to enter Chinese market.
The Importance of our Five Senses in Business Communication
Janet Madhu, Ph.D. & Assistant Professor
Abstract: This paper gives an insight into how the five senses could be incorporated with Business Communication. It throws light into the integrated perspective of these five senses in corporate transactions which is directly and indirectly perceived and interacted in and among organizations. Our basic senses are very important in our daily lives because we almost base everything we do on it. Losing one of our senses will greatly affect our communication with the people around us as this creates a communication barrier. People are not physically harmed or lose their senses, but they are limited in using these and it affects their emotions and communication skills with their relatives and friends. Sense not only affect our own communication but also affects on how things work and must be done.
The Research on Cultivation of "Neo-Engineerism" Wihinin the Scope of Cultural Globalization
Chris Rodriguez, Ph.D. & Assistant Professor
Abstract: Due to the rapid development of economy, the new era of engineerism has come to state. On one hand, cultural globalization is gradually increasing the social need of professional engineers who have laid profound foundation in the field of technical engineering during the process of economic growth. On the other hand, due to the comparatively low realization of the important role of neo-engineerism in social process, there seems to be a mismatch between the fast growth economy and the lack of experienced and sophisticated experts in the field of engineering. In this article, the author tries to redefine the concept of neo-engineerism from the perspective of cultural globalization in the hope that the society should build up a completely new and solid belief in both cultural advancement and precise expertise in the field of engineeing. The understanding of cultural globalization and cultivation of neo-engineerism will open the perspectives for authorities to reconsider the new opportunities and obstacles in re-building the model of new-engineerism within the scope of cultural globalization.
Experimental Research on the Enhanced Designing and Operating System of Applied Engineering Through Environmental Improvement and Protection
Yeya Kang, Ph.D.
Zhijian Sun, Ph.D.
Abstract: With the advancement environmental improvement and protection, the designing and operating system in the filed of applied engineering has reached the highest historical record and there is a practical need to conduct research on the enhanced designing and operating system of applied engineering under the framework of improved and protected environment. Besides, in the field of mechanic industry, more researchers focused on how to cure the disastrous consequences caused by negligence of mechanic maintenance and environmental protection. There is only a few literature focused on how to prevent the disastrous results and how to treat the accidents before it is fermenting and spreading.
Marketing Plan for Green Energy Market in China: Case Study of Edison Energy Saving Technology Co., LTD in China
Xiaomeng Guo, MBA
Joyce X. Zhou, Ph.D.
Mohammad Chowdhury, Ph.D.
Abstract: This project studies the green energy company (Edison Energy Saving Technology Co.) to determine if investment in the green energy industry in China is profitable. Investment in the green energy industry in China is encouraged by the government. Marketing strategies for this market will be presented.