http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoORM/issue/feed NOLEGEIN-Journal of Operations Research & Management 2020-12-14T04:13:48+00:00 Journal Manager supriya@celnet.in Open Journal Systems http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoORM/article/view/558 Effectiveness of Technical Audit Practice ; A Case of Parsa District of Nepal 2020-12-14T04:13:48+00:00 Anjay Kumar Mishra anjay.mishra@apexcollege.edu.np Mankeshwar Thakur anjay.mishra@apexcollege.edu.np <p>The research aims to analyze the effectiveness of technical audit practices in rural road projects in Nepal based on the seven prominent indicators.</p> <p>In order to achieve these objectives, the research has been conducted through literature review, questionnaire survey and case study. A comprehensive literature review was done to generate a set of indicators related to the technical audit conduction and its prevailing practices and the data was collected on the key factors incorporated under seven significant indicators and presented by using bar diagram, pie charts.</p> <p>The research finding indicates that the technical audit practices is suffering from many discrepancy and not got the smooth way to yield its result as effectively as it is planned It is suffering from budget deficiency, lack of engineering lab facility, lack of awareness among stakeholders, lack of systematic recording process and lack of decision making. It is expected that the results of the study will be useful to the government agencies and concerning donors to support them for development of construction industry.</p> 2020-12-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoORM/article/view/567 Crisis report on Zomato and Google gmail companies 2020-12-12T10:22:08+00:00 Ganesh Reddy Gali ganesh.reddyind@gmail.com <p>This report aims at focusing on two organisational crises that have been occurred over the past 12 months to analyse the way in which crises management has been carried out. &nbsp;Zomato and Google are the two companies considered in this report as these companies have faced crises affecting their reputation (Bureau, 2018; Grelf, 2018). [2] The crisis management carried out in these two companies is analysed in this report through the application of theoretical frameworks like situational crisis communication theory, stakeholder theory, Public Relation (PR) models and storytelling. Possible recommendations for effective crises handling are provided in this report by comparing both the case studies.</p> 2020-12-12T10:21:25+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Operations Research & Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoORM/article/view/611 Quality Management Occupations Analysis: The Case of Serbia 2020-12-12T10:57:54+00:00 Ana Horvat ana.horvat@fon.bg.ac.rs Jelena Ruso ana.horvat@fon.bg.ac.rs Milica Maricic ana.horvat@fon.bg.ac.rs Milos Jevtic ana.horvat@fon.bg.ac.rs <p><em>Quality management is marked as an important element for organizations in achieving better </em><em>performance and adaptability with upcoming market demands. To investigate quality </em><em>management occupations, we collected data on 1013 profiles on the LinkedIn professional </em><em>network to analyze quality-related job positions in Serbia. Findings indicate that there is a </em><em>range of non-standardized and confusing occupational titles and descriptions. In response to </em><em>these findings, we systemized gained data on workplaces in the field of quality management </em><em>and standardized occupational titles according to those descriptions. Systemized and a </em><em>standardized list of quality management occupations could be used in strategies for the </em><em>improvement of job systematization in this field by clearly defined roles, responsibilities, and </em><em>accountabilities in the workplace. Standardizing jobs in terms of a title but also a description </em><em>would reduce misunderstanding among employees, owners, managers, and decision-makers. </em></p> 2020-12-12T10:57:54+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Operations Research & Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoORM/article/view/612 Strategic Management in Indian Pharmaceutical Industry 2020-12-12T11:12:55+00:00 Ganesh Radhakrishnan 20134rg@gmail.com <p><em>Producing pharmaceuticals, i.e., a drug is a complex process. For an Active Pharmaceutical </em><em>Ingredient (API), the manufacturer requires a reliable, supply of high quality raw materials, </em><em>technical expertise and a stable supply of electricity, gas and other utilities, plus sufficient </em><em>human resource capacity, scientists and pharmaceutical process/regulatory expertise. For </em><em>the manufacturing of quality drugs, guidelines are fixed which are mandatory for each and </em><em>every process. It is crucial that pharmaceutical manufacturing equipment complies with good </em><em>manufacturing practices. The vast majority of the manufacturing cost is in the primary </em><em>manufacturing of active ingredients, and the opportunity for smaller local manufacturers to </em><em>save costs is limited; however, India has become a lucrative destination for clinical trials for </em><em>global giants in the last few years. This study aims to analyze the Indian pharmaceutical </em><em>industry and the strategic alliances in the recent past and what drives these alliances. An </em><em>analysis of the critical capabilities needed along the value chain in the pharmaceutical </em><em>industry, and the existing capabilities of the firms and how these alliances are supposed to </em><em>bridge the capability gap, have been presented.</em></p> 2020-12-12T11:12:55+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Operations Research & Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoORM/article/view/613 A Study and Comparative Analysis on Pandemic Corona Virus in India 2020-12-12T11:24:57+00:00 Monika Sharma monika_gurgaon@rediffmail.com <p><em>The COVID-19 a highly contagious virus whose name was given by WHO on 11th February. </em><em>It is an ongoing pandemic which originated in China’s Wuhan city and has been spread in </em><em>more than 185 countries. China reported mysterious pneumonia cases by December end in 2019. </em><em>It was detected by the end of January 2020; by then the new corona virus has been</em><em>spread to many countries. The name corona virus was changed to the name Covid-19 in </em><em>order to favour China. The WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom secured eminent </em><em>position by China’s support only as per media report. The present study will make a </em><em>comparative report of pandemic effect on USA and India. Covid-19 is expanded by people as </em><em>“China Oozed Virus in December 2019”. </em></p> 2020-12-12T11:24:57+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Operations Research & Management