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Benjamin James Inyang

Researcher at University of Calabar

Publications -  15
Citations -  528

Benjamin James Inyang is an academic researcher from University of Calabar. The author has contributed to research in topics: Performance management & Corporate social responsibility. The author has an hindex of 10, co-authored 15 publications receiving 482 citations.

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Entrepreneurial Competencies: The Missing Links to Successful Entrepreneurship in Nigeria

TL;DR: The missing links to successful entrepreneurship were identified to be entrepreneurial competencies, defined as the cluster of related knowledge, attitudes, and skills which an entrepreneur must acquire or possess to enable him produce outstanding performance and maximize profit in the business as discussed by the authors.
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Defining the Role Engagement of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors defined the nature of SMEs, the aggregate contributions of the sector to economies of both developed and developing nations and their role engagement in CSR, and recommended increased resources, training programmes, development of SME-oriented tools and standards to guide adoption and implementation, and government intervention strategies to create the necessary incentives and support services for effective engagement.
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Upper echelon theory (UET): A major determinant of information technology (IT) adoption by SMEs in Nigeria

TL;DR: As the study unravelled, the age composition, experience and gender sensitivity of TMT members of SMEs were found to have significantly strong power of predicting the extent of adoption of IT.
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A Case for Performance Management in the Public Sector in Nigeria

TL;DR: The public sector in Nigeria has suffered setbacks which are largely attributed to ineffective and inefficient management as mentioned in this paper, which is a relatively new concept in human resource management, performance management is a tool which focuses on managing the individual and work environment in such a manner that an individual/team can achieve set organizational goals.
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The Uptake of Electronic Commerce by Smes: A Meta Theoretical Framework Expanding the Determining Constructs of Tam and Toe Frameworks

TL;DR: In this article, an improved TAM and T-O-E model of innovation adoption and use has been proposed to guide the understanding, explanation and prediction of adoption of IT in an organized system.