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E-Commerce business in Indonesia, especially in Jakarta and it will increase rivalry among the businesses that will affect the motivation of the employees. Also the scope of the millennial age will put a limitation on this research. This study will also analyze the difference of working behavior between millennial generation and the previous generation. With a lot of E-Commerce businesses established recently, will it be motivate the employees or the other way around. Most of millennial prefer to work in e-commerce industry than in any other industries because of their lifestyle is tech-savvy which they always using gadgets and any other online platform as their main source of information. The Result shows that each independent variable that are individual needs, personal preference, working environment, and tech-savvy are supported towards the dependent variable which is job performance. All of those variables are positively related towards job performance.</p> Mochammad Fahlevi Richard Theodora Nina Ernawaty Jeannifer Marciella ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-05-04 2019-05-04 13 1 2357 2365 TRANSFORMATION CAPABILITY AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN DELTA STATE, NIGERIA http://scitecresearch.com/journals/index.php/jrbem/article/view/1717 <p>Inability of organizations to modify or reconfigure their operational capabilities in line with changing business environment constitute major problem of survival for the affected organizations. In the light of this observation, the research sought as its broad objective to explore the relationship between transformation capability and employee performance of selected manufacturing firms in Delta State. The theory adopted for this study is Dynamic Capability Theory by David Teece (1997.) Survey Research design was employed in the study. Population of the study was 322 employees of the focused companies, while Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation Coefficient was used in testing the hypotheses. The study found that there was a significant relationship between learning capabilities and &nbsp;employee performance in the focused manufacturing organizations&nbsp; in Delta State. The study concluded that transformation capability contributes immensely to employee performance and recommended that manufacturing firms should train their employees to be capable of making informed decisions for the growth of the firms.</p> Dr. Ikon Michael A. Nwabueze, John O. Okoye Nonso S. ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-05-04 2019-05-04 13 1 2366 2379 BIG DATA MANAGEMENT- A FINANCIAL INSTITUTION APPROACH http://scitecresearch.com/journals/index.php/jrbem/article/view/1704 <p>This study investigates the role of Big Data Management (BDM) on the competitive financial sector, its importance and effective adoption for Nigerian banks. A survey was used to collect primary data from branches of one of the leading banks in Nigeria and 796 usable questionnaires from bank customers, employees and managers were used for analysis. A descriptive research method and correlational study was used to determine the link between Big Data elements such as use of customers’ data and predictive analysis of customer trends and patterns in form of differentiation, increased sales, customer engagement as well as cost leadership. The research focused on customer’s rate of reviews of Big Data as the independent variables with repeat engagement and interaction as the dependent variables. Descriptive statistics using SPSS program specifically mean and standard deviations was employed for the analysis. Results show that banks create differentiation by introducing a variety of products and product mix from the analysis of customer feedback, trends and pattern which has driven customer satisfaction due to easy access to information and banking, access to products online, pay for bills via mobile banking platform, and response on various social media platforms. However, even though most customers use ATM cards and are on the mobile banking platform, Bank management should focus more on staff training and use of Diagnostic and descriptive statistics in understanding why and how some customers behave especially those who express their concerns on social media.</p> Samson D Yusuf Lucas W Lumbi Ibrahim Umar Abdulmumini Z Loko Jonathan Odii ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-05-04 2019-05-04 13 1 2380 2393 Gender and improvisation managerial situations in a project context: a comparative study between two countries (France-Senegal) http://scitecresearch.com/journals/index.php/jrbem/article/view/1706 <p>This article is interested in the managerial approach of projects. Its purpose is to studythe influence of gender when actors involved in projects face managerial situations that are sources of organizational improvisation. It starts from the tripleobservation of a emergence of several situationsproblematic and contextualizedgenerated by the project activity and requiring new skills from the actors who are responsible for it, amasculinization of project management practices and a growing number of women who come to positions of power in projects.</p> <p>We conducted a quantitative questionnaire survey of 377project actors (including 84inSenegal) who experienced 6107managerial situations. After having constructedthe variable "organizational improvisation" with the two variables "uncertainty" and "temporal pressure", the chi-square independence tests with the X-SAT solution made it possible to identify project management situations that organizational improvisation.Variance analyzes make it possible to note statistically insignificant gender differences when actors working in a project context face improvising situations. In the context of improvisation, the level of study of the actors interviewed plays a predominant role where age has very little influence.</p> KAMA Joseph Gniaka LEROY Daniel WADE Mohamed El Bachir ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-05-04 2019-05-04 13 1 2394 2407 ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH IN NIGERIA http://scitecresearch.com/journals/index.php/jrbem/article/view/1718 <p>Nigeria’s inability to diversify its economy and relying on a monoproduct-crude oil for economic sustenance over past four decades has impeded Nigeria’s resilience over shocks occasioned by disruptive changes in international oil prices. The main objective of the study was to assess the extent of relationship existing between economic diversification and industrial growth in Nigeria. The study used time series data covering a period of 18years (2000-2017) extracted from Central Bank of Nigeria statistical bulletin and adopted ordinary least square (OLS) multiple regression model for data analysis. Findings of the study revealed that there is a statistical significant relationship between economic diversification and industrial growth in Nigeria. This implies that economic diversification could accelerate industrial growth in Nigeria. The study recommends to Nigerian policy makers to treat economic diversification as a priority in national economic plan in order to accelerate industrial growth and sustainability of Nigeria’s economy.</p> Dr. Ikon Michael A. ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-05-06 2019-05-06 13 1 2408 2415