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APRIL 2017/ Vol.12.0/ Issue-I 

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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical & Health Science

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 1 TITLE NAME: HISTOPATHOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE TOXICITY EFFECT OF SILK DYE WASTE  ON  KIDNEY  OF  SWISS  ALBINO MICE MUS  MUSCULUS  AND MITIGATION  BY  USING  MORINGA OLEIFERA  LEAF  POWDER.
Author’s Name : Serina Khatun
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 05-05-2017/ Chapter-I/Page – 01-04 [ APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code : MDS-V12-I1-C1-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract :The silk dye (Azo dye) waste is one of the most potential harmful chemicals liberated in the environment in an unexpected manner. Silk dye waste is widely used as a potent dyeing of yarn and fabrics in many countries and has been shown to produce some adverse health effects. The present study was undertaken to investigate the toxic effects of the silk dye waste on kidney and mitigation using Moringa oleifera leaf powder.  click here
 Five sets of animals i.e. Group-I (Control), Group-II (fed with 50% silk dye), Group-III (fed with 100% silk dye), Group-IV (mice fed with 50% dye treated with M. oleifera leaves powder), Group-V (mice fed with 100% dye treated with M. oleifera leaves powder) have been taken for experiment. The dose of silk dye was 2ml/day to both groups II and III and M. oleifera leaf is given as per the standard dose (300mg/kg b.w) to both animals of group IV and V. The result was demonstrated when treated with silk dye waste showed some changes including glomerular degeneration, tubular collapse, haemorrhage, infiltration, hydropic changes, glomerular shrinkage and compressed blood vessel but their completely mitigation using M. oleifera leaf powder. These results, along with previous observation, suggest that M. oleifera may be useful in kidney tissues damage that is a result of silk dye waste effluent toxicity. Keywords: Silk dye waste effluent, Moringa oleifera leaf powder, Histopathology, Kidney, Swiss albino mice Mus musculus.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management

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 2 TITLE NAMEDETERMINANTS OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN THE MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES AMONG THE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN DUBAI 
Author’s Name : Dr. Padma Yallapragada
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 05-05-2017/ Chapter-II/Page – 05-11 [ APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code : BM-V12-I1-C2-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Introduction : Telecommunication is defined as to communicate over a distance by telegraph, telephone or broadcasting. Another word, the transmission of information is known as telecommunication. click here
 In Dubai the role of telecommunication was developed in 1962 Emirates Telecommunications Corporation, branded trade name Etisalat literally, is a UAE based telecommunications services provider. It currently operates in 18 countries across Asia, the Middle East and Africa. As of February 2011, etisalat is the sixteenth largest mobile network operator in the world, with a total customer base of more than 135 million.One of the most competitive challenges faced by the telecommunication operators always is the ability to focus successfully on the customer.  Customer satisfaction can be defined as a features or characteristics that can full the either a need or want of a consumer in better way than competitors. Customer satisfaction has been a central theme of managerial decision making. Services management literature is not short of theoretical and empirical studies on customer satisfaction in the telecommunications industry. It is a fact that all major telecommunications companies around the world gather information about customer satisfaction and other related information about the quality of their services. This inevitable exercise has been accepted not as a chance but as a choice. Management of telecom companies laid considerable emphasis on the significance of both assessing customer satisfaction and using sound assessment methodologies for such task over the period, the focus on customer satisfaction has progressed from being a simple measurement issue to a strategic imperative that affects competitiveness of the service providers.What exactly is customer satisfaction for the telecommunication industry? There can be several answers to this question depending on the specific type of product or service needs of the individual who answers this. However all of them may agree on one common statement .Customer satisfaction is related to the overall performance of the telecommunications company ranging from adequate service provision, value for money, loyalty, and relationship management. The antecedents of the performance of the organization are obtained from the contact points between the customers and the service points. A study has been proposed to be undertaken by me into the customer satisfaction of the mobile phone services enjoyed by the university student community in Dubai. The project is taken up as a part of my ongoing academic program with the five different universities in the Dubai International Academic City. 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science 

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 3 TITLE NAME : CARDIAC AUTONOMIC NEUROPATHY IN ASYMPTOMATIC ADOLESCENTS WITH TYPE 1  DIABETES  MELLITUS.
Author’s Name : Musharaf  Bashir1, Himani Ahluwalia1, Raj Kapoor1, Geeta Kampani2 and Krishna Biswas3.
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 05-05-2017/ Chapter-III/Page – 12-16 [ APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code : MDS-V12-I1-C3-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy (CAN) is one of the lethal complications of diabetes mellitus which is associated with a variety of adverse cardiovascular outcomes like lethal arrhythmias and sudden death. CAN results from damage to the autonomic nerve fibers that innervate heart and blood vessels which leads to reduced heart rate variability (HRV).  click here
 We examined HRV, a measure of autonomic activity, in adolescents aged 12 to 19 years with type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1 DM) and healthy controls using BIOPAC MP 150. Thirty three adolescents with T1 DM  (age 16.15 ± 2.66 years) who were diagnosed to have T1 DM for more than 2 years and thirty one, aged and sex matched, healthy controls (age 17.13 ± 1.34 years) were recruited for this study. We studied different indices of HRV for 5 minutes (standard deviation of all N-N intervals: SDNN, the square root of the mean of the sum of the squares of difference between adjacent N-N intervals: RMSSD, N-N 50 count divided by the total number of N-N intervals: pNN50, very low frequency: VLF, low frequency: LF, high frequency: HF, total power: TP and LF/HF ratio). We found that there was a significant difference between the HRV analyses of   T1 DM patients and healthy controls. All the indices of HRV were significantly lower in T1 DM patients as compared to the healthy controls. However LF/HF ratio was higher in T1 DM patients but it was not statistically significant. Our findings suggest reduced overall HRV in adolescents with T1 DM which could be attributed to the presence of CAN in them.Keywords :- Heart rate variability, Type 1 diabetes mellitus, adolescents, cardiac autonomic neuropathy, heart rate.

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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Applied Science 

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 4 TITLE NAME : GROUND WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – A CASE STUDY OF NEKEMTE, OROMIA REGION, ETHIOPIA
Author’s Name : Dr. Shayaq Ali*1, Asnakech Goshu2
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : ETHIOPIA
DOP- 05-05-2017/ Chapter-IV/Page – 17-22 [ APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code : APS-V12-I1-C4-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract : Groundwater is precious resource for life and growth and development of country. Hence, reliance on the groundwater has increased greatly. Accordingly, substantial increments in the groundwater withdrawals have occurred in almost every part of the country. One of most fundamental condition for the growth and development of nation is certainly to fulfill its urgent water needs hence, along with this are demanded good scientific and technical capabilities for the assessment and substantial development of the country for water resource potential particularly for the groundwater.    click here
 This research was conducted in Nekemte area which is bounded in 36o 30’ to 36o 40’ longitude and 9o 05’ to 9o 10’ latitude of western Ethiopia, For the ground water resources and management data as there is limited information on groundwater storage distribution and management. The study area is comprising in different geological formation is mainly covered by tertiary volcanic rock such as upper volcanic rock (lower volcanic rocks, hypabyssal rock plug and domes syenite dome trachyte plug and phonolite plug. Hydro geologically study of the area has indicators that show as the groundwater potential and occurrence. The geological units like clay sediments, weathered and fractured basalt, and other quaternary sediments, and geological structures causes for different landforms and for primary and secondary permeability and porosity which are plays great role on the aquifer properties. The given data were collected from geological field activities to fulfill the gaps in hydro geological field observation data reports. The ground water also uses for many purposes in Nekemte town, such as for domestic, industrial and agriculture. There are so many problems related to ground water management in Nekemte town such likes, Poor sanitation, not good hygiene condition, insufficient water supply due to lack of management and not good scientific and technical capabilities. To solved and given the addition of water supply scheme, addition of water source at the nearest to community services are required. The regional water resource office should provide financial and logistic support for this town.                        .Keywords:  Assessment, Management, Nekemte, Occurrence, Potential, Substantial

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Applied Science

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 5 TITLE NAME : CAUSES & REASONS OF LAND SLIDING IN LAGA GABA HIGHLAND AREA, GIMBI TOWN, WEST WOLLEGA ZONE, ETHIOPIA
Author’s Name : Dr. Shayaq Ali*1, Aynalem Tiruneh2, Tolesa Safara 3
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : ETHIOPIA
DOP- 05-05-2017/ Chapter-V/Page – 23-31 [ APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code : APS-V12-I1-C5-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract : The study area is located in Gimbi Town, West Wollega Zone, Ethiopia at a distance of 441 Km from Addis Ababa capital city. Its location is 9º 10’ N latitude and 35º 50’ E longitude with an elevation between 1845 and 1930 meters above mean sea level. The focuses of the study is to assess the problem of landslide & the causes of landslide.  click here
 To identify this problem the writer uses filed observation, primary, & secondary information for data collection. The main landslide types affect Gimbi Town is sliding landslide due to inherently unstable geological structure. This study assesses the factors that enhance landslide occurrences in Gimbi Town and their impacts on to the livelihood of the people. The main reason of landslide in Gimbi Town are; geomorphology (Topography & steep slope), geology of Gimbi Town, Climate (rainfall & temperature), Erosion Processes, Rock and soil types. The goal, therefore, is to reduce vulnerability and exposure to landslides. The problems in the study area were categorized in to drainage problem leading to deep erosion, degradation, triggering landslide & bottom slope landslide. Therefore, all of them require special attention and specific solutions, accordingly,

  • Drainage problem associated with lack of proper drop and discharge structures have to be provided with proper drop and discharge structure
  • Drainage triggering landslide will be provided with proper channelling and guiding structures and the bottom slope of the slide will be stabilized.
  • The bottom slope landslide will be provided with massive concrete retaining structures will be embedded to the toe rocks and upstream of these will be stabilized with moderated masonry and gabion structures.

Key words: Degradation,Erosion,Geomorphology,Landslide,Sliding,Triggering

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Electrical Engineering

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6 TITLE NAME : THE APPLICATION OF HOMOTOPY METHOD IN SOLVING ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DESIGN PROBLEM
Author’s Name : Talib Hashim
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : AUSTRALIA
DOP- 05-05-2017/ Chapter-VI / Page – 32-35 [APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code: EE-V12-I1-C6-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : This paper describes simple implementation of homotopy (also called continuation) algorithm for determining the proper resistance of the resistor to dissipate energy at a specified rate of an electric circuit. Homotopy algorithm can be considered as a developing of the classical methods in numerical computing such as Newton-Raphson and fixed point methods. In homoptopy methods, an embedding parameter is used to control the convergence. The method purposed in this work utilizes a special homotopy called Newton homotopy. Numerical example solved in MATLAB is given to show the effectiveness of the purposed method.
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 Keywords: electrical circuit homotopy, methods, MATLAB, Newton homotopy.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Physical Science & Space Research

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7 TITLE NAME : VARIED PAYLOAD PERFORMANCE OF THE SOUNDING ROCKETS
Author’s Name : Mohamed Fazil .M1, Syed Abuthahir2, Paul Gregory .Fand Mohamed Musthafa .A4
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 10-05-2017/ Chapter-VII / Page – 36-39[APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code: PS-V12-I1-C7-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : The payload performance analysis of the typical sounding rocket has been taken for observation in this paper. Payload of any rocket depicts the objective of the mission. This payload is more effective in determining the peak parameters of the rocket such as the peak altitude and the impact range. click here
 The peak parameters of the typical sounding rockets have been found for varied payloads with varied launch elevation angles (LEA). The Payloads taken for analysis are 50,100,150,200 and 250 kg. The LEAs taken for the analysis are 77,78,79,80 and 81 degrees. It is observed that the peak parameters have a heavy impact over the payloads and LEA variations leading to a drastic change. The analysis was done using 6-DoF performance simulator. Keywords: impact range, launch elevation angle, payloads,  peak altitude, six degrees of freedom,  sounding rockets 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Physical Education & Sports Science

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8 TITLE NAME : EFFECTS OF YOGIC TRAINING AEROBIC TRAINING AND DETRAINING ON MUSCULAR STRENGTH OF COLLEGE FEMALE STUDENTS
Author’s Name : Mr K.A. Joel Santhoshkumar and Dr P.V. Shelvam
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 10-05-2017/ Chapter-VIII / Page – 40-44 [APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code: SPS-V12-I1-C8-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of yogic training aerobic training and detraining on muscular strength of college female students. To achieve this purpose of the study, forty five college female students were selected as subjects who were studying various courses in Sri Muthukumaran Group of Colleges, Mangad, Chennai.  The selected subjects were aged between 18 to 22 years and they were examined by a qualified physician and certified that they were medically and physically fit to participate above programme. click here
 The selected subjects were randomly divided into three groups of 15 subjects each group.  Group one acted as control group, experimental group I (yogic) and experimental group II (aerobic). The experimental group subjects were underwent regular practice for eight weeks. The subjects were tested on selected criterion variable such as muscular strength prior to and immediately after the training period.  The selected criterion variable such as muscular strength was measuring by sit ups.  In order to test the effect of training, the collected data before, during and after the experimentation on the variable was statistically analysed by using two-way (3×3) factorial analysis of variance with last factor repeated measures.  The data collected from the post experimentation and detraining (three cessation) on the variable was statistically analysed by using two way (3×4) factorial ANOVA with last factor repeated measures.  Whenever, two way factorial ANOVA is found significant, the Scheffe’s post hoc test is applied.  The result of the present study has revealed that there was a significant improves the muscular strength among college students.Keywords: yogic training, aerobic training, detraining, muscular strength. 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management

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9 TITLE NAME : IMPACT OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT ON STAFF COMMITMENT IN SELECTED  NIGERIA’S PUBLIC SECTOR PARASTATALS : AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
Author’s Name : ISAH ADAMU1, JOEL AUGUSTUS-DADDIE2  & BIPELEDEI, EBIKESEYE3
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : NIGERIA
DOP- 20-05-2017/ Chapter-IX / Page – 45-51 [APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code: BM-V12-I1-C9-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract : This study adopted a descriptive survey in its design and covered a population of 30 senior staff members in Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC), Owerri branch. Due to the smallness of the population, the entire population was used as its sampled unit.  click here
Data was generated through a five point likert scale questionnaire, and the hypotheses tested with t-test (t) with the aid of the 20.0 version of statistical package for social sciences (SPSS 20.0). This paper concludes that organizations should begin to identify career development beyond just a onetime event or an act to incentivize employees. They should see it as a continuous process and a strategic activity of the human resource department that can ensure the attainment of both the economic and psycho-social need of the employees with the profit and sustainability goals of the organization. Sequel to the results obtained in this study, the following recommendations are made; Organizations should invest more in career development with special interest in innovation driven skills and that there is need to guarantee employees security if their commitment must be secured and sustained 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management

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10 TITLE NAME : ELECTRONIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND GHOST WORKERS SYNDROME IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF SELECTED LGAs IN IMO STATE
Author’s Name : IKECHUKWU, DIALOKE1CHIKWE, GODDEY C2  
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : NIGERIA
DOP- 20-05-2017/ Chapter-X / Page – 52-57 [APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code: BM-V12-I1-C10-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : This study focused on ghost workers syndrome and electronic human resource management in local government areas in Imo state. The study took a descriptive survey approach and data was sourced from the 164 completed and returned five point likert scale questionnaire administered on the senior human resource management staff of sixteen selected local government areas in Imo state. click here
The data gathered was analyzed with MannWhitney test (U) using the 20.0 version of statistical package for social sciences (SPSS).  The result revealed that hypotheses 1 and 2 showed 0.012, and 0.009 significant levels respectively which were all below the 0.05 level of significance. Hence, the null hypotheses were rejected.  From the findings, the researchers conclude that the maladies that have infested the Nigerian local government system can be tackled through the effective deployment of E-HRM and that this will result to the reduction in the personnel cost which will help position the LGAs for effective and efficient grassroots service delivery. Sequel to the results and conclusions it was recommended that; The LGAs as a matter of strategic urgency develop policy framework for the use of e-HRM systems in public service, Government should enforce the use of e-HRM in order to reduce personnel cost effectively and that Human resource officers should be trained on the needed skill to effectively utilize e-HRM systems.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management

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11 TITLE NAME : ENTERPRISE INFORMATION PORTALS AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN SELECTED MICRO-FINANCE BANKS IN ABIA STATE 
Author’s Name : EDEJA, SUNDAY M.EBOMA, ABBEY-KALIO2  & OKORIE NKECHI3
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : NIGERIA
DOP- 20-05-2017/ Chapter-XI / Page – 58-64 [APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code: BM-V12-I1-C11-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : This study focused on applying and utilizing enterprise information portal. Descriptive survey approach was adopted and data was generated from a five point likert scale questionnaire. The study covered a population of one hundred and twenty three (123) members of staff of three selected banks in Owerri.  click here
 Taro Yamene formula was used to select a sample of 94 respondents. Out of the 94 questionnaires distributed, 88 were correctly filled and returned; thereby given a questionnaire return rate of 93.62%. The data gathered was analyzed with the kruskawalis (H) test. The findings from hypothesis one and two showed that H= O.003 and 0.000 respectively, leading to the rejection of H0. This study therefore concludes that Nigerian banks have keyed into enterprise information portal utilization especially as it affects knowledge dissemination and organizational memory development through their leveraging of intranet and extranet facilities. It was therefore recommended that there is need for organizations to improve on their EIP security in order to curtail leakage of vital official knowledge/information which may compromise the knowledge management process and that Training and retraining of employees on the need and utilization of modern EIP facilities will greatly enhance EIP’S contribution to knowledge management.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management

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12 TITLE NAME : THE NEXUS BETWEEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP ORIENTATION AND EMPLOYEES’ CREATIVITY IN SELECTED  MICRO-FINANCE BANKS  IN  PORTHARCOURT 
Author’s Name : JOEL AUGUSTUS-DADDIE JONAH CHARLES TAMBARI2  & TAMBARI S. NWIGBO3
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : NIGERIA
DOP- 20-05-2017/ Chapter-XII / Page – 65-70 [APRIL ISSUE ]
Article Code: BM-V12-I1-C12-APRIL2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
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Abstract : This study focused on establishing a link between entrepreneurship orientation and individual creativity. While innovativeness and risk taking were used to measure entrepreneurship orientation, responsive and contributory creativity were considered as the dimensions of individual creativity. click here
 The research design for the study was the survey research design and its population consists of 50 entrepreneurs selected across the three geopolitical zone of Imo State. The major instrument for data collection was a five point likert scale questionnaire titled entrepreneurship orientation and individual creativity questionnaire (EIandICQ). The statistical tool used for data analysis was t-test using the 20.0 version of statistical package for social sciences (SPSS). From the findings the study concludes that there is a strong positive link between entrepreneurship orientation and individual creativity. In line with the findings as encapsulated in the conclusions, it was recommended that at organizational level, the recruitment process should be structured to identify creative and innovative individuals in other to place them in positions where they can drive new business initiatives of the organization, while at individual level, it is important for entrepreneurs to develop their creative capacities in other to remain afloat in business.
 

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