Volume 13, Issue 12, December 2022 Edition - IJSER Journal Publication
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Impact of Entrepreneurial Leadership on Project Success: Innovative Ambidexterity Mediation & Collaborative Culture Moderation [PDF]
Zubair GhousIn project-based organizations, a good leadership style is acknowledged as a critical source of fostering creativity. On the other hand, existing research fails to demonstrate how leadership fosters project creativity through ambidextrous innovation empirically. The core objective of this research is explore impact of entrepreneurial leadership on project success by considering the mediation of innovation ambidexterity with moderation of collaborative culture between entrepreneurial leadership.
Data were obtained from 274 respondents from project-based organizations, mainly from the telecom sector in Pakistan, including PTCL, Ufone, Mobilink, HUAWEI, and NOKIA. The results revealed that entrepreneurial leadership has a significant and positive influence on project success. We also discovered that entrepreneurial leadership has a solid and positive impact on innovation ambidexterity and that innovation ambidexterity has a positive and significant impact on project success. Entrepreneurial leaders take risks and foster innovation, which leads to greater creativity in projects because of their ambidextrous approach to problem-solving. We further found that innovation ambidexterity mediates relationship in entrepreneurial leadership and project success. Association between entrepreneurial leadership, Project success is moderated by collaborative culture, with relationship being higher when collaborative culture is high. The research makes a substantial contribution to the field of project management research. The consequences for project managers and future research are highlighted at the conclusion.
ICT4D immplemention challenge and opportunity in Ethiopia [PDF]
Identifying ICT4D implementation challenges and Opportunities in Ethiopia helps for all stakeholders such as the government of Ethiopia, INGOs, private organizations to have a common understanding of the issues. Also, propose solutions to how to overcome identified challenges for successful implementation and shared knowledge of the process. This research identified ICT4D implementation challenge and the opportunity to use ICT4D for humanitarian and development work that aims to alleviate poverty in a country like Ethiopia.
All stockholders need to be aware of the challenge of using ICT4D system and the opportunities associated with it.
Therefore, they need to know the fundamental issues and opportunities for example (efficiency, fairness, digital bridge, and sustainability), and the challenges (infrastructure issues, skill gaps, capacity building challenges, and challenges related to financing ICT4D platform use, to name a few). The aim of the research is to provide a better understanding of ICT4D implementation challenges and Opportunities in humanitarian and development work in Ethiopia. Thematic analysis is employed to analyze the data collected aimed at simplifying an understanding of ICT4D implementation challenges and opportunities to use the system.
Accordingly, creating a question in the mind of different stakeholders why ICT4D system implementation is not successful as anticipated, also how to integrate into day-to-day routine project implementation activities, and providing better insight for the formulation of strategy, policy, guidelines. Also, this research document is very helpful for resource mobilization, building a good internal organizational process, improve and sustaining ICT4D platform's effectiveness beyond the successful execution of project activities by using ICT4D knowledge management framework.
Keywords: ICT4D implementation challenge, digital divide, ICT4D for development work, INGO.
A comparative study of toxic language detection using nlp algorithms [PDF]
Mayank Sinha, Shivam PandeyAs there are numerous algorithms utilized for toxic language detection in the field of natural language processing now, but this algorithm has not been developed considering the production environment. The speed of categorization has a significant impact on how quickly an application is used in a production setting where the algorithm is running in real time. The technique is only useful for theoretical applications if it performs classification tasks slowly. In the actual world, in this algorithm need algorithms that operates quickly and with excellent accuracy. Through this research, in this algorithm hope to identify an algorithm that works best in the actual world, meaning that there is no compromise in this algorithm's speed and accuracy. For the classification job, this algorithm will make use of the toxic language dataset. After classifiers have been trained, they will be put to the test using a variety of criteria, including accuracy, recall, precision, F1 score, and prediction time. In this algorithm shall categorise the flaws in different NLP algorithms based on the parameters.
A novel approach to Cyclin-Dependent Kinase 5/p25 inhibitors: A potential treatment for Alzheimerâ€™s disease [PDF]
Based on the earlier results of our in -house database and compound library, a series of
novel clubbed thienyl methyl -triazoles was designed which may emerge as potential
cdk5/p25 inhibitors, for the treatment of Alzheimerâ€™s disease. A benign synthesis was
planned so as to take an advantage of MAOS (Microwave Assisted Organic Synthesis)
method. Evaluation of the SAR of this series have allowed the identification o f compounds
4, 5, 7 and 8 from series I while 13, 14, 16 and 17 from series II as significant cdk5/p25
inhibitors and thus have potential as possible treatments for Alzheimerâ€™s disease.
A STUDY ON THE USAGE OF E-WALLETS : BEFORE AND AFTER COVID-19 [PDF]
Krishnaveni K, Ascharya M, Amrutha Narayanan, Lakshmi Priya KE-Wallets are convenient source through which we can transfer cash. Technological development paved a way to focus on using e-wallets rather than paper money. By the out break of Covid-19, more consumers started using these e-wallets as a part of social distancing. So in this paper we aim to find out how Covid effects usage of e-wallets among consumers and how much they are aware of the scams. Data were collected through online surveys and almost 200 responses were received. In the year of 2018, 87% of the population were using e-wallets as payment platform. And by 2022 it increased to 98% it shows how India moves more and more closer to becoming a paperless democracy.
Keywords : E-wallets, Demographic factors, Paperless democracy, Frequency of usage
Concept of mathematics in law [PDF]
Prasenjit Jana , Basudeb JanaEvery law must be logical and as mathematics is fully based on logical thinking so the people attached with law or lawmakers must read mathematics properly. If we can know the weighted graph or make a relationship graph with proper positive or negative values then we can find the best relationship between two or more persons to know the right or wrong person. So we think set , relation , mapping, probability, graphs are essential for the lawmakers and law related people. So everyone of these types of people must know mathematics. In this article we want to show that mathematical knowledge is essential for judging or in our system of law. The reader can know our observation by reading the full text.
Web Application Portal for Unused Medicines for Non-Profit Organizations Using OCR [PDF]
Aviraj Singh, Abhisehk Mahajan, Rasika Satpute, Vedant SatputeThis project is aiming to make proper use of unused medicines. Making needy people aware of these services is also one of the aims of this project. We all know how poor people are facing issues in getting proper medical treatment in different areas of India. People face these issues as they could not afford proper treatment and medical facilities which is the right of every person in India. We have seen how medical facilities, treatments, and medicines are getting expensive day by day due to which poor people are not able to afford them easily. On the other side, we see there are plenty of unused medicines available to some people, hospitals, and different medical authorities but not given to the people who need them and are below the poverty line. Emergency levels are also not being considered and these remedies/medicines get expired. This also leads to an increase in the death ratio of poor people. Our system will help in collecting the medicines from different organizations and also take care that it reaches or will be delivered to the right person in time. The expiry dates of the will be checked so that the person consuming it does not fall more ill, such safety precautions will be taken.
Sensitivity of Different Physics Schemes in the WRF Model During Winter Temperature over Bangladesh [PDF]
Gazi Mamunar RashidIn this paper, results of the experiments those have been conducted by using Microphysics (MP) physics in combination with radiation (Rad) physics is presented. The simulations are conducted for 72 hours from 0000 UTC of 02 January 2019 to 0000 UTC of 05 January 2019 over Bangladesh. In the simulation NCEP Final Reanalysis (FNL) data has been used. In this paper, 4 long-wave radiation (RRTM, CAM, RRTMG and Goddard) physics, 4 short-wave radiation (Dudhia, CAM, RRTMG and Goddard) physics and a variety of microphysics schemes (Kessler, Purdue Lin, WSM3, WSM6 and WDM6) are used to produce simulations for the Bangladesh area. The influence of different radiation schemes on the predicted 2m air temperature was simulated using the mesoscale WRF model (v4.3.0), and the simulation results from different combinations of schemes were analyzed based on comparison with the measured BMD data. After fixing the appropriate combination, it has studied three cases and simulated results of WRF and ECMWF data were analyzed based on comparison with the measured BMD data. Result shows that the effect of the different radiation schemes on predicted power was obvious. Having analyzed the simulation results of the different radiation physics and microphysics schemes, it is concluded that the RRTM-Dudhia schemes combination with WDM6 (WRF Double-Moment 6-class scheme) are the most appropriate diurnally in the winter and our experiment also demonstrated that the regional Climate model (WRF) is better for the northern part of Bangladesh to predict temperature than the Global Climate model (ECMWF) during the winter.
VOC Detection in Waste Bin: A step towards Environmental Sustainability [PDF]
Muhammad IbrahimWork has been carried out on waste management system word wide. However, there is a need of robust and intelligent system in this field. The prevailing traditional system is neither optimized not well organized. Disease which come from waste is causing heath problem to the public health and environment which is the major problem nowadays. To overcome these issue, modern technological tools may help to control the environmental sustainability. Internet of thing _IOT has been playing supportive role in human life by making system advance, portable, well-educate, smart and self-sufficient. Thus this paper proposes an efficient smart waste man-agement system to detect the volatile organic compound_ VOC in waste bin a step toward en-vironmental sustainability that is the main concept of this paper. A real time sensor that em-bedded with waste bin to determine the level of VOC, temperature, humidity and finally capacity of reaming waste. The system will allow to completed this procedure in every five minutes of the cycle. Our proposed system will verify the report before its delivery to municipal authority by proper authentication process. Thus this latest system tries to reduce the present issues at least at the maximum level and making system more optimized
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Creditworthiness and Access to Finance among Micro and Small Enterprises in the Cities of Batangas Province [PDF]
Jeffrey Perez, Nickie Boy ManaloThe study's main goal is to create a manual outlining intervention to improve access to finance and reduce credit constraints for micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in the province, which is still a source of concern and a barrier for business owners. It especially seeks to identify the profile of the MSEs and their characteristics. It also attempts to evaluate the creditworthiness of MSEs based on the 5Cs of credit and their access to financing. Furthermore, this aims to test the significant relationship between creditworthiness and access to finance of MSEs in Batangas Province cities, as well as the significant difference in creditworthiness and access to finance when MSEs are grouped according to their profile. The researcher used descriptive research to perform the study, with the 373 MSE owners in the wholesale and retail trade industry in Batangas Province chosen using simple random sampling.
Based on the findings, most of the MSEs are from Batangas City and Sto. Tomas City with the age of 1 to 3 years under the category of retail sale of goods in specialized stores and household equipment in specialized stores owned by sole proprietors with an initial capitalization of below 1,000,000 pesos. MSEs are deemed uncreditworthy and are unable to obtain financing. Creditworthiness is also significantly and positively related to access to finance, according to the findings. As a result, it is concluded that when grouped by location, age, retail business category, and forms of ownership, the majority has no significant differences in characteristics, creditworthiness, and access to finance. Notably, when MSEs are grouped by location, there is a significant difference in terms of organization, financing, and externalities. Similarly, creditworthiness differs significantly in terms of capital, condition, and capacity. Finally, when grouped by location, there is a significant difference in access to finance in terms of financial literacy. Considering the findings, the researcher was able to create a financial accessibility manual that points out interventions to improve access to finance and reduce credit constraints for MSEs in the province of Batangas.
Intellectual Capital in Higher Education Institutions Features of Application in Al-Kunooze University College - The Requirements [PDF]
P. Dr. Munir Shaker Mohamad &Osama Nadhim Al.AbadyThe main aim of this research is to explain the concept of Intellectual capital, its advantages for high educations institutions, the second aim is to explain how to practice of the concept in Al- Kunoose Privet College. The research made a narrative study of what has been written about (IC) and summarized the ideas which facilitate the processes of application in Iraqi Hight education Institutions. The study concluded that there are signs of primary application of the concept in the college, though the concept is not clear, nor unified definition to the concept is available, nor identical procedures to its application. The recommendation suggested to the college a set of procedures and standards to facilitate the application accordingly.
FARMING STRUCTURE WITH SEMI-AUTOMATED PLOUGHING, SOWING, HARVESTING AND PESTICIDE DISTRIBUTION ARRANGEMENT [PDF]
RAGHAVA SAI MURTHY PUPPALA, ROHAN RAJ VARMA AMARAVATHI, NAGA BHARADWAJ PHURIGHELLA, SRI CHARAN SANAGALA, GAURAV S KUMARIn India, most of the population is practicing agriculture as their livelihood, and can never be underestimated. Although its contribution to the gross domestic product (GDP) has reduced to less than 20 percent and the contribution of other sectors increased at a faster rate, agricultural production has grown. This made India the rice bowl of the world and it is one of the most significant exporters of farm products. The increasing population, increasing average income, and globalization effects in India will increase demand for quantity, quality, and nutritious food, and a variety of food. Farmers in India are giving up the farming field because there are no more profits in this field and there are a lot of risk factors included. Farmers are still not able to earn respectable earnings. The future of agriculture is a very important topic to be looked up to. The government and other organizations are trying to increase interest in this sector by introducing new schemes and policies. So, to improve agriculture in the future, we introduce this project where we automate the process of farming which includes plowing, sowing, spraying pesticides, irrigation, and harvesting by introducing a monorail setup that is powered by means of an electric source. The movement of the head on the track would be remote-controlled.