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Majekodunmi Samuel Ayodele Mr, Department of Business Administration

Area(s) of Specialization/Research Interests

All my degrees situate in Business Administration. My specialization is Business Administration, with interest in General Management, Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship, & International Business.

Profile

All my degrees situate in Business Administration. My specialization is Business Administration, with interest in General Management, Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship, & International Business.

Academic Credentials

M. Phil. Business Administration, 2019; M. Sc. Business Administration, 2009; B. Sc. Business Administration, 2004

Professional Association

NA

Publications

1 Majekodunmi, S. A., Zekeri, A., & Abdulraheem, I. (2022). Job security strategy and job satisfaction of non-teaching staff in public universities in Lagos State. Stratford Peer Review Journal and Book Publishing, Journal of Strategic Management, 6(3), 21-36.
2 Majekodunmi, S. A., Zekeri, A., & Olujide, J. O. (2022). Employee participation strategy: A literature review. Dominican University Journal of Management & Social Sciences, 2(1), 37-47.
3 Majekodunmi, S. A., Zekeri, A., & Abdulraheem, I. (2022). Strategic analysis of job security: Nigerian public universities’ experience. Christopher University Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 2(1), 189-198.
4 Babarinde, S. A., Omoyele, S. O., Lanre-Babalola, F. O., & Majekodunmi, S. A. (2021). Green House Resource Management and sustainable development in a less privileged economy: Empirical clarification from Nigeria. Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry, 5, 1-26.
5 Adelekan, S. A., Majekodunmi, S. A., Worimegbe, P. M. (2021). Firm level strategy and value creation in small business: The Nigerian experience. Gadjah MADA Int’l Journal of Business, 23(2), 193-214.
6 Taleatu, T. A., & Majekodunmi, S. A. (2021). Leadership styles and corporate performance during debt crisis In Nigeria. Bells University of Technology, Journal of Management Sciences, 1(1), 107-115.
7 Majekodunmi, S. A. (2021). Covid-19 Lockdown: Moving Nigeria’s SMEs from reactive human capital development strategy to proactive strategy, Human Resource Management Journal, 11(1), 17-34.
8 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Ogundele, J. I. (20201). An overview of SWOT analysis theory as a strategic management instrument.Hallmark University Journal of Management & Social Sciences, 3(2), 222-225.
9 Majekodunmi, S. A. & Abdulraheem, I. (2020). The after Covid-19 Lockdown: Strategic Appraisal of digital economy in Nigerian. International Journal of Intellectual Discourse (IJID), Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Bauchi State University, Gadau – Nigeria, 3(2), 163-12.
10 Majekodunmi, S. A. & Zekeri, A. (2020). Covid-19 Lockdown: Strategic implications of elusive learning curve as Nigerian universities run virtual classes. LAPAI Journal of Management Sciences, 9(1), 196-208.
11 Majekodunmi, S. A. (2020). Stakeholder-ship in university education: issues in the implementation of the integrated payroll personnel information system in Nigerian public universities. Federal University Dutsin-Ma (FUDMA), Economic & Development Review, 4(2), 1-18.
12 Majekodunmi, S. A. (2020). Strategic Creativity: Nigerian Music Industry Experience. University of Nigeria Nsukka, Journal of Curriculum Development & Instructional Materials Centre 8(1), 99-101.
13 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Ogundele, J. I. (2020). Strategic orientation of labor leaders and conflict management skills among selected trade unions in Lagos State, Nigeria. Mountain Top University, Journal of Entrepreneurship.
14 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Ogundele, J. I. (2019). Strategic alignment of labor leaders and conflict management skills among selected trade unions in Lagos State, Nigeria. Godfrey Okoye University, Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 7(1), 1-10.
15 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Ayandeko, Y. O. (2019). Strategic evaluation practice and organisational performance of selected deposit money banks in Lagos State. Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Business Administration, 17(2), 209-222.
16 Majekodunmi, S. A. (2019). Strategic approach to stress management and job satisfaction of non-academic staff of selected universities in Lagos State, Nigeria. Ekiti State University, Journal of Health and Social Issues, 8(2), 88-96.
17 Ogundele, J. I., Attah, A. E., & Majekodunmi, S. A. (2019). A critical appraisal of staffing process in work Organization. Ilorin Journal of Management Sciences, 5(1), 184-203.
18 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Ayandeko, Y. O. (2019). Strategic implementation approach and organisational performance of selected deposit money banks in Lagos State, Nigeria. Gombe Journal of Administration and Management, 2(2), 156-164.
19 Majekodunmi S. A. (2019). Strategic dimension of compensation management and job satisfaction of non-academic staff of selected universities in Lagos State, Nigeria. Crawford Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 9(2), 10-18.
20 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Ayandeko, Y. O. (2019). Strategy formulation process and Nigerian deposit money banks performance. Hallmark University Journal of Management & Social Sciences, 1(3), 26-34.
21 Majekodunmi S. A., & Erigbe, P. A. (2019). Strategic management approach to human capital development and job satisfaction of non-academic staff of selected universities in Lagos State, Nigeria. Uniosun Journal of Employment Relations and Management, 1(2), 90-109.
22 Majekodunmi, S. A. (2019). Effective communication and job trust of non-academic staff of selected universities in Lagos State, Nigeria. Noble International Journal of Social Sciences Research, 4(3), 53-62.
23 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Irene, O. F. (2019). Product innovation, service quality and customers’ satisfaction. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences, Nsukka, 11(1), 34-46.
24 Adelekan, S. A., Eze, B.U., & Majekodunmi, S. A. (2019). Bank loans and small medium enterprises’ performance in Lagos, Nigeria. Ilorin Journal of Human Resource Management, 3(1), 52-61.
25 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Oginni, B. O. (2019). Effect of product innovation on customer satisfaction. An overview of insight into Nigerian service market. Noble International Journal of Social Sciences Research, 4(1), 1-7.
26 Adelekan, S. A., Tijani, A. A., Eze, B. U., & Majekodunmi S. A. (2018). Transformational leadership style and employees' performance: A case of Amuwo- Odofin Local Government, Lagos State, Nigeria. Lagos State University Journal of Business Review, 5(1), 73-78.
27 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Irene, O. F. (2018). Implication of strategic human resource management on organizational performance. Mountain Top University, Journal of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, 1(1), 303-332.
28 Eze, B.U., Adelekan, S. A., Majekodunmi, S. A., & Nwaba, K. E. (2018). Innovation and public sector performance: Evidence from Lagos internal revenue services. LASU Journal of Employment Relations and Human Resource Management, 1(1), 137-141.
29 Adelekan, S. A., Majekodunmi, S. A. & Omotayo, A. O. (2018). Impact of entrepreneurship development program on economic development of Lagos State, Nigeria. Journal of Business and Management, 20(9), 74-81.
30 Adelekan, S. A., Alaka, N. S., Ologundudu, M. M., & Majekodunmi, S. A. (2017). Efforts to resuscitate non-oil export and entrepreneurial success: A case study of AGOA. Lagos State University, Ojo Faculty of Management Sciences, Department of Business Administration Annual Conference Proceedings, 359-366.
31 Irene, O. F., & Majekodunmi, S. A. (2017). An evaluation of government efforts to prevent violence and build peace in Nigeria. African Research Review, 3(2), 41-55.
32 Irene, O. F., & Majekodunmi, S. A. (2017). Infrastructure for peace: The African experience. African Research Review, 11(2), 25-41.
33 Majekodunmi, S. A., & Irene, O. F. (2017). Effect of product and service innovation on customer satisfaction. Saarbrucken, Deutschland: Lambert Academy Publishing.
34 Irene, O. F., & Majekodunmi, S. A. (2017). Civil society organizations and conflict management: The Nigerian experience. International Journal of Arts and Humanities, 6(1), 188-207.