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Articles by Ebrahim Mohammed Al-Matari
Total Records ( 4 ) for Ebrahim Mohammed Al-Matari
  Alotaibi Eqab Aiyadh , Rushami Zien Yusoff , Ebrahim Mohammed Al-Matari and Fahmi Shaaban Fararah
  The study aimed at investigating the impact of transformational leadership on high performance work system and reporting system. Leadership refers to the power of the individual to influence other individuals and to encourage them to develop and achieve common aims. Transformational leadership occurs when leaders act in an attempt to maximize the awareness of their associates of what is right and important to increase their motivational maturity and to move them to see beyond their self-interests for the sake of the group. A questionnaire was used as the instrument of the study and the data collection procedures included self-administered questionnaires and emailed ones. Data collected were analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS), for the purposes of descriptive statistics on the demographic characteristics of the subjects and exploratory factor analysis while Partial Least Square (PLS) was used to determine the interactions between the various constructs for ascertaining the various structured equation models. The findings generated from the present study were then reported and detailed discussion about them was presented in the line of the available literature. It is contended that the examination the impact of transformational leadership is more significant than the examination of a direct relationship which is quite obvious.
  Almotairi Theeb Moeidh , Fadzali Abdulaziz Shah , Rushami Zien Yusof , Ebrahim Mohammed Al-Matari and Alber Paules
  This study is focused on achieving two objectives; first, examining the direct relationship between prosocial voice and the patient safety in Saudi public hospitals and second, investigating the moderating effect of self-monitoring on the relationship between prosocial voice and patient safety. The primary research design employed in the present study is a quantitative method of survey. A sample of 127 out of 251 healthcare organizations were selected in Saudi Arabia divided as follows: About 73 from the Central and 54 from the Western region. These are all public hospitals operating under the Kingdom’s Ministry of Health. Total 30 questionnaires were distributed in each of the 127 public hospitals of Saudi Arabia in the two regions. The staff workers in the nursing units are the main focus for the data collection through these questionnaires. The number of questionnaires returned totalled 1793 and therefore, the response rate is calculated by dividing the number of questionnaires returned or completed with the number of participants of the survey. This study used multiple regression and hierarchical multiple regression analyses to examine the relationship between prosocial voice and patient safety culture and moderating effect of self-monitoring on the prosocial voice and patient safety culture relationship. Specifically, the findings showed a positive and significant association between prosocial voice and patent safety culture and a significant effect of self-motoring on the prosocial voice and patent safety culture. Finally, this study offers recommendations for future researchers at the end.
  Khalid Alharbi , Rushami Zien Yusoff and Ebrahim Mohammed Al-Matari
  This study aimed to investigate the moderating impact of organizational climate on the Total Quality Management (TQM) organizational sustainability relationship in the context of the Saudi hotel industry firms. It also aimed to examine the direct relationship between TQM and organizational sustainability. The sample of the study consisted of 204 middle managers working in 932 hotels located in five Saudi cities namely Mecca, Madinah, Riyadh, Jeddah and the Eastern Province. After collection, data was analyzed with the help of Partial Least Squares (PLS) structural equation modeling. Based on the obtained analysis results, a positive and significant relationship was found between TQM and organizational sustainability indicating support for H1 and a positive and significant moderating effect exists from organizational climate on the relationship between TQM and organizational sustainability in the context of the Saudi hotel industry firms. Some suggestions for the further extension of the study were provided at the end.
  Ebrahim Mohammed Al-Matari , Abdullah Kaid Al-Swidi and Faudziah Hanim BtFadzil
  This study focuses to achieve an important objective by examining the moderating effect of board diversity (foreign member on the executive committee and executive committee commitment) on the relationship between executive committee characteristics and firm performance in Omani companies excluding those categorized under the financial sector. The sampling covers 2 years, 2011 and 2012. This study used multiple regression and hierarchical multiple regression to analyze the association between independent, moderating and dependent variables. Based on the findings, a positive association between executive committee independence, executive committee meeting and firm performance is revealed although it is not significant. In the same context, the finding revealed a negative relationship between executive committee size and firm performance. Moreover, the board diversity moderated the relationship between executive committee characteristics and firm performance but the effect is not significant. Finally, this study offers recommendations for future researchers at the end.
 
 
 
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