Global Journal of Business Management (GJBM) is an internationally renowned peer reviewed and refereed journal that provides a platform for researchers and professionals to publish their high quality research papers in management and its allied disciplines. GJBM aims to maintain highest ethical and technical standards of their journals. It gives us immense pleasure to present Vol. 14, 2020 issue of Global Journal of Business Management, which was possible due to the hard work of our academicians and researchers. The present volume will be highlighting some current issues in business management and its related fields. Six papers of this volume will be covering various functional areas of management that have been rigorously selected.
In this volume the first paper of Pereira, et al has investigated the impact of store interior atmospherics factors on the patronage intentions of supermarket of southern Province of Sri Lanka. This article has focused with four major interior atmospheric variables: lighting, cleanliness, merchandise, music and their impact on patronage intentions. In the second paper, Nadeem and Dr Mazhar intended to revisit financial inclusion and briefly analyzed the journey of mutual funds in the Indian context and explained the challenges of the Mutual Funds Industry. The third paper of Himanshu Mishra and Dr. Pallabi Mishra explores various challenges of the level of retailer satisfaction determining the effectiveness of FMCG distributions in Cuttack and Jajpur, district of Odisha. Dr. Pulla Rao has analysed in their article the different issues relating to the demographic and health status of the agriculture women workers in the Visakhapatnam district in Andhra Pradesh. Dr. Hitesh Pant, et al has made an attempt to explain the method of the training programmes for the development among the students of professional courses that has been executed in their Department of Management Studies of the Kumaun University. The sixth paper of Tumpa Dey explores the nature and scope of mentoring, its benefits and outcomes in the organizational context. It also traces the different manifestations of mentoring and steps in the mentoring process in the organization and the outcomes thereof.
All the papers report a plethora of findings that should be of interest to researchers. We are grateful to all contributors and reviewers for their valuable suggestions and inputs. We hope that our readers will be benefited from the knowledge so generated. We look forward to the continuous support of our contributors and reviewers, and invite papers, recommendations and discussions for further future issues.
|Impact of Store Interior Atmospheric factors on Patronage Intentions: Supermarket Patrons in Southern Province of Sri Lanka
|Perera H S C, Gunawardana T S L W and Chandra W G G A
|Financial Inclusion and its Challenges Concerning Mutual Funds in India
|Farrukh Nadeem and Syed Shahid Mazhar
|Distribution Channel Effectiveness In Rural Odisha for Selected Fmcg Products
|Himanshu Bhusan Mishra and Pallabi Mishra
|Demographic and Health Status of Agricultural Women Workers: A Study in Visakhapatnam District of Andhra Predesh
|D. Pulla Rao
|Impact of Training Workshops among the MBA Students of Management Programmes (A Case Study of Kumaun University of Uttarakhand)
|Hitesh Kumar Pant, Pratibha Pant and Anita Tewari
|Mentoring: A Literature Review