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Volume 4, Issue 1, 2016
The role of quality of work life and its components in the personnel’s Job performance
Omar Mahmoudi, Shiva Jalali
 
DOI: 10.15192/PSCP.PMS.2016.4.1.17
Published: 20 Mar, 2016
Pages: 1-7
[ Abstract ]
The purpose of the current survey is the determination of the relationship of quality of work life aspect with the personnel’s work performance in one of the governmental offices in Iran. All department of education personnel in Marivan city were selected as statistical society of which 59 people were chosen as samples through the Morgan table. The research method is survey and from the correlation kind. Two quality of work life questionnaires of Richard Walton and work performance questionnaire of Paterson were used to collect data. Expert group was used for validity of the questionnaires and Cronbach's alpha method was used for reliability of the survey questionnaires. Work performance of 856% and quality of work life of 861% were obtained which show that the questionnaire enjoys the necessary reliability. The data were collected and analyzed by SPSS 17.Pearson statistical coloration and step-by-step regression and Freedman test were used to analyze data. The results show that regarding the determination index of R2=0.632025 and Sig=0.000 shows that quality of work life variable of 0.632025 explains a percentage of the work performance variance of the personnel. The obtained results from Pearson correlation also show that all the aspects of quality of work life to the variable part of developing human capability with work performance of personnel that there is a meaningful and direct relationship. In other words the variable of developing human capabilities doesn’t explain any percentage of the variance of work performance of the personnel. The obtained results from step-by-step regression also shows that the amounts of variance of general atmosphere of life and developing human potentials have negative amounts that show that these variables doesn’t play any role in predicting the dependent variables.
Terminology Management Teaching in Mainland China
Chuanmao Tian
 
DOI: 10.15192/PSCP.PMS.2016.4.1.817
Published: 20 Mar, 2016
Pages: 8-17
[ Abstract ]
In the information age, professional translators must use various translation tools, such as terminology management software, to meet the demands of the translator training market. Based on an analysis of the literature from the years 2000–2010 obtained from the Chinese National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI), I have surveyed how terminology management is incorporated into professional translation teaching in mainland China. In this study, several practical and effective measures are proposed to address the problems revealed by the literature analysis. Furthermore, It is suggested that the focus be shifted from the traditional translation teaching model to a new professional translation teaching model, which encompasses terminology management and other translation technologies.
Significance of Six Sigma Basics in a Manufacturing Unit: A Case Study
Prabhakar Kaushik, Prikshit, Kapil Mittal
 
DOI: 10.15192/PSCP.PMS.2016.4.1.1826
Published: 20 Mar, 2016
Pages: 18-26
[ Abstract ]
Implementing Six Sigma within manufacturing sector has emerged as a sheer good luck experience for the industries. Six Sigma is now considered as a method whose sole purpose is to integrate the available resources into single unit to get the desired goal. This paper goes over the proposition to apply Six Sigma methodology over dwindling productivity level in Rotavator manufacturing unitbecause of the very high rework needed in all the painted parts of gearbox assembly to remove oil leakage. The study could be a paradigm initiative towards productivity improvement and profit boosting.
The Relationship between Knowledge-Based Information System Management and Creativity As well As Organizational Learning (Case Study: West Azerbaijan Province Salamat Insurance Administration)
Shahin Nouri, Masoud Ghahremani
 
DOI: 10.15192/PSCP.PMS.2016.4.1.2733
Published: 20 Mar, 2016
Pages: 27-33
[ Abstract ]
It is critical for organisational success to enjoy the knowledge as an asset which is liable to be transferred among people. Knowledge management will be capable of developing the organizational learning which creates corresponding knowledge. The informed organizations understand that the knowledge is an intellect asset and it is the only asset that changes over time and in case it is controlled effectively it can preserve the creativity and competitive state. Knowledge management is a process which assists the organizations in identifying, choosing, organizing, distributing and transferring the important information and which are regarded as important building blocks of organizations. The environmental conditions as well as the gaming rules, extreme and insecure competition lead to the fact that other organizations cannot ensure their long-term success through relying solely on surface changes such as the methods, systems, structure, technology, and etc. Also, they cannot overcome the barriers dealing with smaller organizations in terms of the limited number of creative individuals or implementation of entrepreneurship-based designs. They are suggested to offer situations in which all employees enjoy the motif o using knowledge management and can implement their organizational activities in a facilitated, continuous, individually or group-based. Such an affair necessitates that important notions such as knowledge management are employed. The aim of the present study is to examine the relationship between between knowledge-based information system management and creativity as well as organizational learning in West Azerbaijan Salamat Insurance. The statistical population comprised of employees working in West Azerbaijan Salamat Insurance and 77 subjects were chosen using random sampling method. The questionnaire was used to collect the required data. The results indicated that there was in relationship between knowledge-based information system management and creativity as well as organizational learning.


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