(pp.067–079) J. Khawandanah and I. Tewfik ‘Dietary fibre regimen to modulate weight management: A pilot intervention based on fibre rich fruit-mix (FRFM)’, IJFNPH, Vol. 9, No. 2, 2017

22nd January 2018

Jomana Khawandanah* and Ihab Tewfik University of Westminster, UK Purpose: This pilot intervention aimed to compare and contrast two diet regimens (fruit salad versus fruit juice) on weight management in healthy individuals. Design/methodology: The effect of the daily consumption of a selection of fibre rich fruit (green apple, orange, pineapple and grapefruit) was examined in 15 [more details]

(pp.065-076) K. Alrawi and W. Alrawi ‘The Impact of Leadership on Employees’ Trust and Organisational Performance With Reference to The UAE’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2017

9th January 2018

Khalid Alrawi and Waleed Alrawi Abu Dhabi University and Syscoms College, UAE Purpose: For businesses, trust is a fundamental component in ensuring competitiveness. The purpose of this exploratory research is to help the business community build trust with its various employees in the industrial sector in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Methodology: Questionnaires were sent to the [more details]

(pp.01-12) A. Lachachi and M. Houhou ‘The Impact of Knowledge Management on Innovations Performance: A Case Study of Algerian Organisations’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 6, No.1, 2017

5th January 2018

Abdelheq Lachachi and Mustapha Houhou University of Tlemcen and University of M’sila, Algeria Purpose: This study aims to analyse the relationship between knowledge management processes and innovation performance. Design/methodology/approach: The unit of analysis is Algerian organisations. A Questionnaire was used to collect the data. The response sample included 66 responses. The relationships among variables were tested [more details]

(pp.i-100) ‘Middle East Journal of Entreprenuership, Leadership and Sustainable Development’, MEJELSD, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2017

28th September 2017

WELCOME to the inaugural issue of Middle East Journal of Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Sustainable Development (MEJELSD). The aim of MEJELSD is to disseminate the information on latest changes, trends, developments, innovations and activities in the field of entrepreneurship. The field of entrepreneurship entails areas of study such as leadership, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and [more details]

(pp.xiii-xx) A. Ahmed, S. S. Khan and M. R. Khan ‘Editorial’, MEJELSD, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2017

24th September 2017

Allam Ahmed* Science and Technology Policy Research (SPRU), School of Business Management and Economics, The Freeman Centre, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9QE, United Kingdom Email: allam@sussex.ac.uk Samar Saber Khan College of Business, Eff at University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Muhammad Rahatullah Khan Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Center, College of Business Eff at University, Jeddah, [more details]

(pp.095-107) K. Alrawi, A. Alrawi and W. Alrawi ‘Challenges in managing small business management in UAE: sustainability of development and success’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2015

22nd December 2015

Khalid Alrawi, Professor, Abu Dhabi University, United Arab Emirates Ahmed Alrawi, Assistant Professor, Al-Falogah University, Iraq Waleed Alrawi, Lecturer, Al-Khawaresmi College, United Arab Emirates Purpose: The aim of this exploratory research is to shed light on the characteristics of Small Business enterprises (SBes) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) when selling their products in the local [more details]

(pp.213-219) E. Stan-Maduka ‘The Impact of risk management practice on the development of African businesses’, WJEMSD, Vol. 6, No. 3, 2010

1st December 2010

Edna Stan-Maduka, University of East London, UK Abstract: Against the backdrop of the fledgeling entrepreneurship development and the imperatives of risk management to mitigate failure, this chapter discusses the impact of risk management practice on the development of African businesses. It also considers how best to align the practice of risk management in order to [more details]

(pp.035-051) A. M. Omer ‘Sustainable water resources management in Sudan’, IJSR, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2010

8th October 2010

Abdeen M. Omer, University of Nottingham, UK Abstract: For the 34 million people who live in Sudan, environmental pollution is a major concern; therefore industry, communities, local authorities and central government, to deal with pollution issues, should adopt an integrated approach. Most polluters pay little or no attention to the control and proper management of [more details]