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Talat Islam (Ph.D)
Talat Islam (Ph.D)
Associate Professor, Institute of Business Administration, University of the Punjab, Pakistan.
Verified email at ibapu.edu.pk - Homepage
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Organizational learning culture and leader‐member exchange quality: The way to enhance organizational commitment and reduce turnover intentions
T Islam, UNUB Ahmad, I Ahmed
The Learning Organization 20 (4/5), 322-337, 2013
181*2013
The role of organizational learning culture and psychological empowerment in reducing turnover intention and enhancing citizenship behavior
T Islam, MM Khan, FH Bukhari
The learning organization 23 (2/3), 156-169, 2016
1712016
Effects of ethical leadership on bullying and voice behavior among nurses: mediating role of organizational identification, poor working condition and workload
T Islam, I Ahmed, G Ali
Leadership in Health Services 32 (1), 2-17, 2019
1592019
Perceived organizational support and its outcomes: A meta-analysis of latest available literature
I Ahmed, MM Nawaz, G Ali, T Islam
Management Research Review 38 (6), 627-639, 2015
1562015
Abusive supervision and knowledge sharing: moderating roles of Islamic work ethic and learning goal orientation
T Islam, S Ahmad, A Kaleem, K Mahmood
Management Decision 59 (2), 205-222, 2021
1472021
Promoting in-role and extra-role green behavior through ethical leadership: mediating role of green HRM and moderating role of individual green values
T Islam, M Khan, Mubbsher, I Ahmed, K Mahmood
International Journal of Manpower 42 (6), 1102-1123, 2021
1412021
Promoting green behavior through ethical leadership: a model of green human resource management and environmental knowledge
S Ahmad, T Islam, M Sadiq, A Kaleem
Leadership & Organization Development Journal 42 (4), 531-547, 2021
1392021
Turnover intentions: The influence of perceived organizational support and organizational commitment
T Islam, UNKBU Ahmad, G Ali, I Ahmed, ZA Bowra
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 103, 1238-1242, 2013
1372013
The nexus of corporate social responsibility (CSR), affective commitment and organisational citizenship behaviour in academia
R Ahmad, S Ahmad, T Islam, A Kaleem
Employee Relations: The International Journal 42 (1), 232-247, 2020
131*2020
The influence of organizational learning culture and perceived organizational support on employees’ affective commitment and turnover intention
T Islam, I Ahmed, UNBU Ahmad
Nankai Business Review International 6 (4), 417-431, 2015
1202015
Learning organizational environment and extra-role behaviors: The mediating role of employee engagement
T Islam, J Tariq
Journal of Management Development 37 (3), 258-270, 2018
1182018
Dynamic linkages between tourism transportation expenditures, carbon dioxide emission, energy consumption and growth factors: evidence from the transition economies
K Zaman, MA Moemen, T Islam
Current Issues in Tourism 20 (16), 1720-1735, 2017
1132017
Mechanism between perceived organizational support and transfer of training: Explanatory role of self-efficacy and job satisfaction
T Islam, I Ahmed
Management Research Review 41 (3), 296-313, 2018
1112018
The impact of tourism and finance on women empowerment
AA Nassani, AM Aldakhil, MMQ Abro, T Islam, K Zaman
Journal of Policy Modeling 41 (2), 234-254, 2019
1072019
Green is clean: the role of ICT in resource management
R Batool, A Sharif, T Islam, K Zaman, AM Shoukry, MA Sharkawy, S Gani, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26 (4), 25341-25358, 2019
1042019
Environmental CSR and pro-environmental behaviors to reduce environmental dilapidation: The moderating role of empathy
T Islam, G Ali, H Asad
Management Research Review 42 (3), 332-351, 2019
1042019
Exploring the relationship between POS, OLC, job satisfaction and OCB
T Islam, UNU Ahmad, I Ahmed
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 114, 164-169, 2014
932014
Police work-family nexus, work engagement and turnover intention: Moderating role of person-job-fit
T Islam, R Ahmad, I Ahmed, Z Ahmer
Policing: An International Journal 42 (5), 739-750, 2019
852019
Predicting entrepreneurial intentions through self-efficacy, family support, and regret
I Ahmed, T Islam, A Usman
Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies 13 (1), 26-38, 2021
812021
Behavioral and psychological consequences of corporate social responsibility: need of the time
T Islam, I Ahmed, G Ali, T Sadiq
Social Responsibility Journal 12 (2), 307-320, 2016
772016
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