Dr. Roy Bhikharie Publishes Article On World Sustainability With Cogent Social Sciences

Greed stimulates corruption, which promotes self-alienation, facilitates systemic failure, worsens inequality, and generates false pledges and divide-and-conquer policies. Despite the United Nations’ (UN) existence for much of a century, most countries continue to exploit and compete for cheap labor, causing poverty rates to climb. Most UN member states and other affiliated and international organizations have institutionalized bad governance, corporate abuse, and social injustice to benefit themselves, thus committing institutional crimes and aiding the global elite in a vicious conspiratorial cycle.

Leadership Decision Making in an Era of Corporate Sustainability

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) matured over the last years. We have entered an era of global business responsibility where a growing number of ESG (environmental, social, and governance) laws and regulations are pushing multinational corporations (MNCs) to ‘adapt or die’. This evolution appears to be based on two primary arguments. The first being the case for the long-term survival of our species: a compelling case, with an abundance of mounting environmental evidence to support it. The second is more subtle: a global shift in orientation towards ‘post-materialist values’, such as social justice, self-expression, and tolerance (Inglehart, 1997). This shift, recorded by social scientists since the 1970s, was largely driven by a younger population while their parents still cared for ‘materialist’ values such as financial success, security and individual achievements (Diermeier, 2022). The new context for doing business, is a situation numerous companies have embraced and some continue to reject. Many more may still be ‘on the fence’. Regardless, the evidence suggests that the strategic questions for business have moved on from understanding the need to change, to the realities of how it can, and should, be done (IBM Institute for Business Value, 2022).

Assessing The Socio-Economic Impact Of Female Recidivism On The Attainment Of Sustainable Development Goals: A Gender-Responsive Study At The Johannesburg Female Correctional Centre In South Africa

South Africa has one of the highest recidivism rates in the world, estimated to be between 50% and 90% (Schoeman, 2010; Khwela, 2014; Karrim, 2018; Cronje & Peacock, 2023). Approximately 11.5 million offenders are incarcerated in the world’s correctional facilities, 6.9% of them are women and girls. The global number of incarcerated women has increased by 53% since the year 2000 (Heard, 2017) and it is assumed that recidivism contributes to this increase. The pathways that lead women to crime are largely due to layered discrimination, deprivation by their partners, families and communities, violence (Critoph, 2019), changing personal economic and social positions and the increasing feminization of poverty (Penal Reform International, 2017). The identified reasons for female criminality are directly linked to the Target Priority Areas of several Sustainable Development Goals. Failure to address these results in recidivism has the potential to negate any progress made on SDGs.

Managerial Decision-Making in an Era of Quantum Computing: The Application of Econophysics and Quantum Finance

Strategic managerial decision-making in a new era of quantum computing (“QC”) and Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) may become pivotal to the competitive edge of interconnected corporate success (Cavers, 2017; El Karoui, 2022; Klioutchnikov, 2017; Orrell, 2020). In recent years, traditional computing methods, driven by Moore’s Law and inundated with vast amounts of big data, have exhibited limitations in accurately predicting financial outcomes, particularly during periods of economic crises. Maverick (2024) indicates in Investopedia that the derivatives market is often estimated at over USD 1 quadrillion, and Investment Banks have allocated Billions of USD in derivatives market products alone. Therefore, QCs are being used by expert guided teams from some of the largest technology corporations and Investment Banks around the globe to solve some of corporate finance’s toughest problems (Orrell & Wilmott, 2021; Baaquie, 2023).

Adaptation of Expatriate Focused International Schools in an Evolving Southeast Asia Market: A Case Study of Vietnam

The surge in private international education provision, driven by globalisation, neoliberalism, and increased mobility, has transformed education into a global trillion-dollar industry, with Asia playing a pivotal role in this growth trajectory (ISC Research, 2023; Le, 2014; Machin, 2017). International schools are transnational spaces that serve as conduits for global mobility and the preparation of individuals for professional futures in transnational organisations (Machin, 2017; Lallo & Resnick, 2008). The burgeoning demand for high-quality education from the transnational capitalist class (TCC) has reshaped educational landscapes, with a notable preference for Western-style international schooling (Gumport, Lannozzi, Shaman, & Zemsky, 1997; ISC Research, 2023; Machin, 2017). As such, private education spending in Southeast Asia has reached nearly $60 billion (ISC Research, 2023).

Socially Responsible Digital Leadership: A Framework For Digital Organizations

In the digital era, the level of interdependencies and integration for the new work environment requires leadership in the digital era to develop and create long-term deliverables by challenging current leadership theories and models in the context of Digital Social Disequilibrium. The research paper examines the characteristics of a new Socially Responsible Digital Leadership (SRDL) framework that assists in explaining the influences and relationships of digital leadership, social leadership, social innovation and social capital on reaching a Digital Social Dynamic Equilibrium (DSDE).

An Examination of the Strategic Options of Nigerian Independent Energy Companies in a Climate of Onshore Divestment

Developing, growing and sustaining relationships with customers is fundamental to the success of an organisation. In a rapidly changing environment where work has become vulnerable, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (“VUCA”), this remains a key challenge (Raja, 2021). Amid this VUCA world, a variety of tri-partite relationships exist, specifically between organisations, employees and customers. Organisations assess how they can generate product or service value and offer it as brand promises to customers to indicate how they will solve the product or service issue of the customer. Brand promises are, more specifically in the service industries, brought to life through engagements between employees and customers.

How Organizational Dynamics Impact Human Capital In Creating Brand Loyalty Within A Multi-National Agricultural Context

Developing, growing and sustaining relationships with customers is fundamental to the success of an organisation. In a rapidly changing environment where work has become vulnerable, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (“VUCA”), this remains a key challenge (Raja, 2021). Amid this VUCA world, a variety of tri-partite relationships exist, specifically between organisations, employees and customers. Organisations assess how they can generate product or service value and offer it as brand promises to customers to indicate how they will solve the product or service issue of the customer. Brand promises are, more specifically in the service industries, brought to life through engagements between employees and customers.

Monarch Receives CIM-NCMA Accreditation For The Bachelor Programs

Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to announce that the Bachelor of Business Administration program has been accredited by the Canadian Institute of Management. The accreditation is valid for a 5 year period until 2029. This accreditation helps to highlight the great value of the Monarch Bachelor degree to all BBA students and potential applicants. Accreditation provides all BBA students with free Associate Membership to CIM, the use of their learning resources as well as a pathway for further professional designations.