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    Unveiling the Incidence of Interfirm Collaboration: Evidence from Research and Development Companies in Malaysia

    Zurina Adnan, Johanim Johari, Hazman Shah Abdullah, Jasmine Ahmad
    Gadjah Mada international journal of business, 01 August 2017, Vol.19(2), pp.123-144 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Unveiling the Incidence of Interfirm Collaboration: Evidence from Research and Development Companies in Malaysia
    Author: Zurina Adnan; Johanim Johari; Hazman Shah Abdullah; Jasmine Ahmad
    Subject: Economics
    Description: Nowadays, interfirm collaboration has become an increasingly popular strategy among many organizations in various industries, in order to remain competitive. Based on the contingency theory, this paper examines the moderating effect of interfirm collaboration on the relationship between Human Resource Management (HRM) practices and organizational performance. Interfirm collaboration refers to the collaboration strategies undertaken by R&D companies, with other companies in similar or diverse functional areas, including R&D, marketing, or manufacturing, to enhance performance.  Using data from 64 R&D companies, the hierarchical regression analyses showed that only collaboration in R&D and functional collaboration in manufacturing significantly moderated the relationship between HRM practices and organizational performance. Overall, the results provided partial support in the domain of the contingency theory. These results, however, are limited by the small sample...
    Is part of: Gadjah Mada international journal of business, 01 August 2017, Vol.19(2), pp.123-144
    Identifier: 1411-1128 (ISSN); 2338-7238 (E-ISSN); 10.22146/gamaijb.12541 (DOI)

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    The Mediating Role of Learning Goal Orientation in the Relationship between Work Engagement and Innovative Work Behavior

    Tan Fee Yean, Johanim Johari, Khulida Kirana Yahya
    International review of management and marketing, 01 August 2016, Vol.6(7), pp.169-174 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: The Mediating Role of Learning Goal Orientation in the Relationship between Work Engagement and Innovative Work Behavior
    Author: Tan Fee Yean; Johanim Johari; Khulida Kirana Yahya
    Subject: Innovative Work Behavior ; Learning Goal Orientation ; Work Engagement ; Business
    Description: Underpinned by the Broaden-and-Build Theory of Positive Emotions, this study posited that high level of work engagement will encourage academicians’ innovative work behavior through learning goal orientation. The mediating role of learning goal orientation in the work engagement and innovative work behavior relationship was also examined. Data were gathered through questionnaire survey completed by 265 academic staff from six public universities located in the northern and central regions of Peninsular Malaysia. The results indicated that academic staff members who are highly engaged at work would be more likely to exhibit a higher level of learning goal orientation, which ultimately tend to engage in innovative work behavior. Discussions enlighten learning goal orientation as a significant mediator in explicating the work engagement and innovative work behavior link, which provided full support to the underlying theory. Finally, practical ramifications and limitations of this...
    Is part of: International review of management and marketing, 01 August 2016, Vol.6(7), pp.169-174
    Identifier: 2146-4405 (E-ISSN)

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    Resistance to Change of Academics towards Accreditation

    Kadzrina Abdul Kadir, Darwina Ahmad Arshad, Johanim Johari
    Journal of Business and Social Review in Emerging Economies, 01 December 2016, Vol.2(2), pp.127-134 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Resistance to Change of Academics towards Accreditation
    Author: Kadzrina Abdul Kadir; Darwina Ahmad Arshad; Johanim Johari
    Description: When universities makes the decision to go for accreditation to improve performance standards, there has been an impact on academics who are involved in the process. The literature suggests that for accreditation such as business programs such as AACSB, both positive and negative impact could occur for academics. This paper gives an overview on three areas of literature that is pertinent to this topic: resistance to change, accreditation impact on the university, and accreditation impact on business academics with balanced scorecard to measure accreditation impact.
    Is part of: Journal of Business and Social Review in Emerging Economies, 01 December 2016, Vol.2(2), pp.127-134
    Identifier: 2519-089X (ISSN); 2519-0326 (E-ISSN); 10.26710/jbsee.v2i2.29 (DOI)

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    Employee Engagement: A Study on Gen Y in the Manufacturing Industry

    Khulida Kirana Yahya, Chee-Wee Tee, Johanim Johari
    Journal of Business and Social Review in Emerging Economies, 01 June 2018, Vol.4(1) [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Employee Engagement: A Study on Gen Y in the Manufacturing Industry
    Author: Khulida Kirana Yahya; Chee-Wee Tee; Johanim Johari
    Subject: Employee Engagement ; Compensation ; Work-Life Balance ; Manufacturing Industry
    Description: Today’s engaged employees have become a crucial issue in this business world. Recruiting and engaging employees are the main concern for employers today. Gen Ys gradually dominating the workforce in the future, thus employers prepare to transform some of their policies and system to fit with their characteristics such as flexibility in workplace and equilibrium the rewards with their efforts. This study was focus on the Malaysian manufacturing industry which is the main contributor to the country GDP. The employees of the industry mainly comprised of Gen Ys and are known to be less engaged. There are many factors that lead to employee engagement. This study will look at factors that influence employee engagement, namely compensation and work-life balance. A survey was carried out among employees of manufacturing industry where 1000 questionnaires were distributed but only 996 were returned and utilized for data analysis. Regression analysis results indicate that compensation and...
    Is part of: Journal of Business and Social Review in Emerging Economies, 01 June 2018, Vol.4(1)
    Identifier: 2519-089X (ISSN); 2519-0326 (E-ISSN); 10.26710/jbsee.v4i1.361 (DOI)