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DR. MAJID GHASEMY

 

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DR. MAJID GHASEMY
Senior Lecturer
National Higher Education Research Institute
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Majid Ghasemy is a senior lecturer at the National Higher Education Research Institute (IPPTN) Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), a former Global Higher Education Network (GHEN) Malaysia coordinator, a Publons Academy mentor, and a certified ATLAS.ti professional senior trainer. He holds a PhD from the University of Malaya (UM) in educational management. His research interests include educational leadership and management, higher education policy, performance effectiveness, educational psychology, sustainable education, contemporary issues in higher education, and research methods (e.g., simulations, multilevel modeling, cross-lagged panel model analysis, and latent growth curve modeling). Majid has published papers in prestigious journals such as Asia Pacific Education Review, Higher Education Policy, Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, Current Psychology, Quality & Quantity, Springer Nature Social Sciences, Higher Education, SAGE Open, Educational Research for Policy and Practice, Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Management, and Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education. Notably, he is one of the key authors of two popular publications namely, the “PLS-SEM fast car” paper, which reviews the application of PLS-SEM methodology in higher education research, as well as the “PLSe2 = ML + PLS” paper, which serves as a guideline to implement the state-of-the-art PLSe2 methodology in the EQS statistical package. He also collaborates as a reviewer with a few of the high impact journals such as The Buttom LinePsychology in the Schools, Frontiers in Education, Frontiers in Psychology, Higher Education, Asia Pacific Education Review, Heliyon, Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, SAGE Open, Higher Education Evaluation and Development, International Journal of Leadership in Education, Quality & Quantity, Springer Nature Social Sciences, Higher Education Policy and Management, Asian Academy of Management Journal, International Journal of Training Research, International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, Kajian Malaysia, Asia Pacific Journal of Educators and Education, Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management, International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, and International Journal of Public Leadership. He has served as a guest editor for the Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management and as an associate editor for SAGE Open. During his tenure at Universiti Sains Malaysia, Majid has secured different international level, national level, and university level grants. He is actively involved in data analysis training activities and routinely designs and delivers quantitative and qualitative data analysis workshops focusing on theoretical and statistical models, SmartPLS, EQS, and ATLAS.ti.

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  1. Ghasemy, M. (2022). Lecturers’ job performance during the covid-19 lockdown: A conditional latent growth curve model. EDULEARN22 Proceedings, Palma De Mallorca, Spain.

  2. Ghasemy, M., & Frömbling, L. (2022). Stay with us! Examining academics’ motivation, intention to remain, and turnover intention amidst the covid-19 lockdown through growth curve modeling. EDULEARN22 Proceedings, Palma De Mallorca, Spain.

  3. Ghasemy, M., & Elwood, J. A. (2022). Job satisfaction, academic motivation, and organizational citizenship behavior among lecturers during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-national comparative study in Japan and Malaysia. Asia Pacific Education Review. doi: 10.1007/s12564-022-09757-6
  4. Ghasemy, M. (2022). Estimating models with independent observed variables based on the PLSe2 methodology: A Monte Carlo simulation study. Quality & Quantity. Doi: 10.1007/s11135-021-01297-2
  5. Ghasemy, M., Elwood, J. A., & Roshan Nejad, M. (2022). Academics to serve the communities: Examining the hierarchical structure of a multidimensional servant leadership model in academia. The Journal of Higher Education Outreach & Engagement. 25 (1), 51-70
  6. Ghasemy, M., Akbarzadeh, M., & Gaskin, J. E. (2022). Being satisfied and serving communities as outcomes of servant leadership in the academic context: policies based on a multi-level structural equation model. Asia Pacific Education Review. doi:1007/s12564-021-09702-z, 23, 69-86
  7. Ghasemy, M., Rosa-Díaz, I. M., & Gaskin James, E. (2021). The roles of supervisory support and involvement in influencing scientists’ job satisfaction to ensure the achievement of SDGs in academic organizations. SAGE Open. doi:10.1177/21582440211030611
  8. Ghasemy, M., Hazri, J., Nordin, A. R., & Frömbling, L. (2021). Academic managerial competency in Australia, New Zealand, and Malaysia: Validity and factorial invariance of an Australian Scale in the Malaysian context. Springer Nature Social Sciences. doi: 10.1007/s43545-021-00283-7
  9. Ghasemy, M., Mohajer, L., Frömbling, L., & Karimi, M. (2021). Faculty members in polytechnics to serve the community and industry: Conceptual skills and creating value for the community – the two main drivers. SAGE Open.  Doi: 10.1177/21582440211047568
  10. Ghasemy, M., Farhah, M., Jamali , J., & Roldán, J. L. (2021). Satisfaction and performance of the international faculty: To what extent emotional reactions and conflict matter? SAGE Open. doi: 10.1177/21582440211030598
  11. Ghasemy, M., Derahvasht, A., & Castillo-Apraiz, J. (2021). The antecedents and consequences of wandering scholars’ affect: The case of the multi-cultural Malaysia in the internationalization era. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education. doi: 10.7910/DVN/GYBGO3
  12. Ghasemy, M., Morshidi, S., Rosa-Díaz, I. M., & Martín-Ruiz, D. (2021). Causes and consequences of academics’ emotions in private higher education institutions: Implications for policy and practice through the lens of Affective Events Theory. Educational Research for Policy and Practice. doi:10.1007/s10671-020-09288-0
  13. Ghasemy, M., Hazri, J., & Gaskin James, E. (2021). Have your cake and eat it too: PLSe2 = ML + PLS. Quality & Quantity. doi:10.1007/s11135-020-01013-6
  14. Morshidi, S., Abdul Karim, A., Hazri, J., Wan Zuhainis, S., Muhamad Saiful Bahri, Y., Munir, S., . . ., Ghasemy, M., Mazlinawati, M. (2020). Flexible learning pathways in Malaysian higher education: Balancing human resource development and equity groups’. Report for the International Institute for Educational Planning – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (IIEP-UNESCO), Penang, Malaysia.
  15. Ghasemy, M., Ahmad Firdaus, A. S., Noraini, M. Y., & Ooi, P. L. (2020). Academic change-oriented leadership capability: The application of Satorra-Bentler robust method in a scale validation study. Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Management, 8(3), 1-23.
  16. Ghasemy, M., Erfanian, M., & Gaskin, J. E. (2020). Affective Events Theory as a theoretical lens for improving the working environment of academics in developing economies. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education. doi: 10.1108/JARHE-02-2020-0030
  17. Ghasemy, M., Teeroovengadum, V., Becker, J.-M., & Ringle, C. M. (2020). This fast car can move faster: a review of PLS-SEM application in higher education research, Higher Education. doi:10.1007/s10734-020-00534-1
  18. Ghasemy, M., Mohajer, L., Cepeda-Carrión, G., & Roldán, J. L. (2020). Job performance as a mediator between affective states and job satisfaction: A multigroup analysis based on gender in an academic environment. Current Psychology. doi:10.1007/s12144-020-00649-9
  19. Ghasemy, M., Alvani, S. R., Abel, B. L., Cepeda-Carrion, I. F., & Cepeda-Carrion, G. (2019). Is job satisfaction of social sciences scholars predicted by emotions, job performance, work events, and workplace features? A demonstration of a data-driven policy-making approach. Higher Education Policy. doi:10.1057/s41307-019-00172-y
  20. Ghasemy, M., Hazri, J., & Gaskin, J. E. (2019). A demonstration of the application of PLSe2 method in EQS 6.4 and a comparison between the results of the PLSe2, PLSc, and the ML methods in estimating a basic mediation model. Paper presented at the 2019 International Symposium on Applied Structural Equation Modeling and Methodological Matters (SASEM2019), Novotel Melaka, Malaysia.
  21. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., Abdul Razak, A. Z., Maah, M. J., & Ghavifekr, S. (2018). Determining the key capacities of effective leaders in Malaysian public and private focused universities. SAGE Open, 8(4), 1-12. doi:10.1177/2158244018807620
  22. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., Megat Daud, M. A. K., Md Nor, M., Ghavifekr, S., & Kenayathulla, H. B. (2018). Issues in Malaysian higher education: A quantitative representation of the top five priorities, values, challenges, and solutions from the viewpoints of academic leaders. SAGE Open, 8(1), 1-15. doi:10.1177/2158244018755839
  23. Ghasemy, M. (2017). Capabilities and competencies related to leadership performance effectiveness in the context of change in Malaysian higher education institutions (PhD), University of Malaya, Retrieved from http://studentsrepo.um.edu.my/id/eprint/7508
  24. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., & Megat Daud, M. A. K. (2017). The key determinants of leadership performance effectiveness in public research and comprehensive universities: An advanced PLS-SEM study in Malaysian context. Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Management, 5(1), 62-81. doi: 10.22452/mojem.vol5no1.5
  25. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., Megat Daud, M. A. K., Abdul Razak, A. Z., & Maah, M. J. (2017). Pivotal qualities for effective university leadership on the basis of a modified Australian model: the application of FIMIX-PLS and IPMA in the Malaysian academic context. Asia Pacific Education Review, 18(4), 501-517. doi:10.1007/s12564-017-9504-7
  26. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., & Megat Daud, M. A. K. (2016). Academic leadership capability framework: A comparison of its compatibility and applicability in Australia, New Zealand, and Malaysia. Asia Pacific Education Review, 17, 217-233. doi:10.1007/s12564-016-9425-x
  27. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., Megat Daud, M. A. K., Ghavifekr, S., & Kenayathulla, H. B. (2016). Assessing management competencies for quality leadership performance: A study in Malaysian higher education context. Paper presented at the INTED2016, Valencia, Spain.
  28. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., Zabidi Abul Razak, A., Maah, M. J., & Megat Daud, M. A. K. (2016). Identifying the factors building personal, interpersonal, and cognitive capabilities in Malaysian higher education. Paper presented at the INTED2016, Valencia, Spain.
  29. Hussin, S., Ghasemy, M., & Megat Daud, M. A. K. (2015). A comparative study on leadership capabilities, competencies and performance effectiveness in Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. Paper presented at the EDULEARN2015, Madrid, Spain.
  30. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., & Megat Daud, M. A. K. (2015). The Malaysian version of change-oriented leadership behaviors scale in academic settings: A quality scale development using Velicer’s MAP test with a small sample size. Paper presented at the iCERi2015, Seville, Spain.
  31. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., Megat Daud, M. A. K., & Abul Razak, A. Z. (2015). An evaluation of academic leadership capability framework in the context of change in higher education. Paper presented at the iCERi2015, Seville, Spain.
  32. Ghasemy, M., Hussin, S., Megat Daud, M. A. K., & Md Nor, M. (2015). Assessment of leadership performance effectiveness in higher education: A Malaysian perspective. Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Management, 3(4), 63-79.
  33. Haque, K. E., Hussin, M. A., Ghasemy, M., Armiza, L. R., & Athirah, W. W. R. (2014). University student's awareness towards the symptoms, transmission and prevention of Dengue fever in Malaysia. Paper presented at the Wcit 2014: 2nd World Conference on Islamic Thought & Civilization, Vols I and Ii: Rise & Fall of Civilization, Contemporary States of Muslim Affairs, Casuarina @ Meru, Ipoh.
  34. Ghasemy, M., & Hussin, S. (2014). Change, leadership and change-oriented leadership theories in higher education: A review. Paper presented at the Seminar Kebangsaan Majlis Dekan-Dekan Pendidikan IPTA 2014, University of Malaya, Malaysia.
  35. Ghasemy, M., & Hussin, S. (2014). Theories of educational management and leadership: A review. Paper presented at the Seminar Kebangsaan Majlis Dekan-Dekan Pendidikan IPTA 2014, University of Malaya, Malaysia.


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1-    Universiti Sains Malaysia Short Term Grant 2018 as Principal Investigator (University Level Grant)

Title of the project: The contribution of servant leadership style of Malaysian academics in public universities to their performance, organizational commitment, and community citizenship behavior

  • Duration: 34 Months (August 2018 to October 2021)
  • Budget: RM 20,000

2-    Universiti Sains Malaysia Short Term Grant 2019 as Co-researcher (University Level Grant)

Title of the project: Lecturers’ attitude towards lecturers’ quality in teaching and learning in foreign university branch campuses in Malaysia

  • Duration: 30 Months (February 2020 to October 2022)
  • Budget: RM 21,947

3-    Ministry of Education Malaysia Fundamental Research Grant Scheme 2019 as Principal Investigator (National Level Grant)

Title of the project: A theoretical model for the contribution of affective states to attitudes and behaviors of Malaysian academic leaders: A comparative study to highlight the role of work environment features in creating a conductive academic setting

  • Duration: 32 Months (September 2019 to May 2022)
  • Budget: RM 79,200

4-    IIEP UNESCO & CTEF Malaysia 2019 as Co-researcher (International Level Grant)

Title of the project: SDG4: Planning for Flexible Learning Pathways in Higher Education

  • Duration: 18 Month (June 2019 to December 2020)
  • Budget: RM 150,000

5-    The Sumitomo Foundation 2020 as Principal Investigator (International Level Grant)

Title of the project: Leadership capabilities and managerial competencies for sustainability in higher education: A comparative study between Malaysia and Japan

  • Duration: 24 Month (April 2020 to March 2022)
  • Budget: USD 10,000


{tab=Teaching}

  1. Qualitative Research Methods in Education, PLG704 & PLG602, school of educational studies, USM, Semester 2, Session 2021-2022
  2. Statistics for Analytics, ABW504 & ABW504D, school of management, USM, Semester 2, Session 2021-2022
  3. Qualitative Research Methods in Education, PLG704 & PLG602, school of educational studies, USM, Semester 2, Session 2020-2021
  4. Research Methodology, POL500, USM, Semester 2, Session 2020-2021
  5. Qualitative Research Methods in Education, PLG704 & PLG602, school of educational studies, USM, Semester 2, Session 2019-2020
  6. Qualitative Research Methods in Education, PLG704 & PLG602, school of educational studies, USM, Semester 2, Session 2018-2019
  7. Advanced Statistics in Educational Research, PLG701 & PLG706, school of educational studies, USM, Semester 2, Session 2018-2019
  8. Qualitative Research Methods in Education, PLG704 & PLG602, school of educational studies, USM, Semester 2, Session 2017-2018
  9. Advanced Statistics in Educational Research, PLG701 & PLG706, school of educational studies, USM, Semester 2, Session 2017-2018
  10. Management Consulting, Limkokwing University, Session 2016-2017
  11. Organizational Behaviors, Limkokwing University, Session 2016-2017
  12. Strategic Management, Limkokwing University, Session 2016-2017
  13. Quantitative Methods for Business, Limkokwing University, Session 2016-2017
  14. Research Methodology, Limkokwing University, Session 2016-2017


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PhD Candidates and Master students (University Sains Malaysia)

  1. Lu Yumei , 2021, Doctor of Philosophy, Research - Full Time, Applied Statistics Professional Research Under the Background of Big Data., Main Supervisor
  2. Yizhou Zhang, 2020, Doctor of Philosophy, Research - Full Time, International Students from China#&39s Belt and Road Scheme Affected Recruitment in Higher Education, Main Supervisor.
  3. Huang Qing, 2020, Doctor of Philosophy, Research - Full Time, Correlation Research on the Development Between the Regional Economy and Higher Education., Main Supervisor.
  4. Lu Meng, 2020, Doctor of Philosophy, Research - Full Time, Impacts of Psychological Capital and Learning Motivation on International Student that Are Studying Abroad., Main Supervisor.
  5. Lydia A/p M Devadas, 2020, Master, Research - Full Time, Pedagogical alignment between secondary and tertiary education in Malaysian higher education landscape: Development of Teaching Path Model based on Structural Equation Modelling, Co-supervisor.
  6. Muratov Bobir Tulkinovich, 2022, Doctor of Philosophy, Research - Full Time, Main Supervisor
  7. Liu Siwei, 2022, Doctor of Philosophy, Research - Full Time, Main Supervisor

Master students (Limkokwing University of Creative Technology)

  1. Carlos Andres Gomez (id: 110044908), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The relationship between change-centered, production-centered, and employee-centered leadership behaviors of employees in Colombian construction project companies
  2. Aminat Fall (id:110042425), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of gender, marital status, and age group on change-centered behaviors of bank employees in Dakar, Senegal
  3. Elwaleed Abdullah Hassan (id: 110042860), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of gender, marital status, and age group on technical skills of employees in Malaysian private Hospitals
  4. Abdallah Ben Jediane (id:110045183), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of transformational and transactional leadership styles of employees in construction projects in Malaysia on their performance
  5. Abdullah Ahmed Ba Wazir (id:110031618), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of gender, marital status and age group on production-centered behaviors of the employees in construction companies in Malaysia
  6. Ahmad Abdulhakim Al-dhubhani (id: 110027777), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of organizational prestige and organizational identification on employee engagement of employees in Malaysian car manufacturing companies
  7. Ajoh Kelvin Torna (id: 110042731), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of background of the study and academic qualification on participative and achievement oriented leadership styles of the employees in Nigerian SMEs
  8. Amhimmid Ali (id: 110045694), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of marital status and age group on transformational and transactional leadership style of employees in oil and gas industries in Malaysia
  9. Gaukhar Kussainova (id: 110037526), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of age and gender on customer expectation and customer satisfaction in Kuala Lumpur banks
  10. Khaled Galal (id: 110030600), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of participative and achievement-oriented leadership styles of employees in Malaysian banks on their performance
  11. Bibigul Amirkhanova (id: 110030053), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The relationship between satisfaction with personnel, products, services, access and image of banks in Malaysia from the perspective of customers
  12. Lee Lay Chien (id: 110029646), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of technical, human, and conceptual skills on the task behaviors of the workers in textile industries in Malaysia
  13. Md Shahedul Alam (id: 110044737), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of relationship and task behaviors of workers in fast food restaurants in Malaysia on their job involvement
  14. Mohammed Abdulhakim (id: 110030797), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of technical, human, and conceptual skills on the change-centered behaviors of employees in Malaysian private universities
  15. Mostafa Setoodeh (id: 107090252), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of academic qualification and gender on balanced processing and relational transparency of employees in Malaysian banks
  16. Okoli Ferdinand (id: 110042822), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of gender, marital status, and age group on conceptual skills of employees in Malaysian wood industries
  17. Phillippa Dumebi Diuno (id: 110023076), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of satisfaction and commitment on engagement of employees in Nigerian banks
  18. Rizwan Nawaz (id:110044888), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of academic qualification and professional experience on the effectiveness of project management skills of employees in automobile industries in Malaysia
  19. Shakib Shahabi (id: 110042062), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of gender and age group on self-awareness and internalized moral perspective of employees in Malaysian oil and gas industries
  20. Siavash Inanlou (id: 110030928), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of technical, human, and conceptual skills of workers on their production-centered behaviors in the context of Malaysian game industry
  21. Wu Song (id: 110042240), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of technical, human, and conceptual skills of the employees in Malaysian oil industries on their employee-centered behaviors
  22. Zakaria El Fatimi (id: 110031224), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of technical, human, and conceptual skills of workers on their human-centered behaviors in the context of Malaysian E-sport organizations
  23. Ashkan Dastisheh (id: 110043647), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of employees' engagement and motivation on employees' performance in Malaysian IT industries
  24. Mohamed Ali Omar Wafa (id:110048073), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), Behaviors of project leaders in construction industry in Malaysia
  25. Cyprian Mathew Umoh (id: 110034271), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of customer satisfaction towards online shopping on E-commerce management in Malaysia
  26. Khalid Abdullah Salim Alshibli (id: 110043023), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The investigation of the relationship between personal interaction, reliability, policy, physical aspects, and problem solving as the five-service quality of retail stores in Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  27. Tariq Ahme Hasan Malfi (id: 110046666), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of gender and marital status on satisfaction with information and satisfaction with variety among workers in the fast-food restaurants
  28. Arabang Uchenna Joull (id: 108070983), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), Project Management Effectiveness
  29. Maissam Nathm (id: 110033718), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of job satisfaction and job commitment on organizational culture in construction project companies in Malaysia
  30. Olatunji Alui Ahmed (id: 110037993), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of gender and marital status on leadership capabilities of employees in health care organizations in Lagos, Nigeria
  31. Roya Jahangiri (id: 109071117), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of customer expectations and customer satisfaction on customer loyalty in Kuala Lumpur fast food industries
  32. Salah Ali Qasem (id: 110029923), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of gender and education level on performance and commitment of people working in construction industry in Yemen
  33. Ahmed Najib Ahmed (id: 110036952), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), Total quality implementation and its role in the construction project quality
  34. Emmanuella Diuno (id: 110023073), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of directive and supportive leadership styles on employee performance in federal medical center Asaba Nigeria.
  35. Mohammed Abdelmunim Ahmed Gamiel (id: 110044323), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The relationship between 4 main leadership capability of employees in ICT industry in Malaysia
  36. Serigne Mouhamadou Diop (id: 110045406), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of age on sentiment toward product and retailing as the two of customers’ sentiments in car manufacturing industry in Malaysia
  37. Alexander Kim (id: 110046178), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), A study on the relationship between human, technical, and conceptual skills of employees in Malaysian telecommunication industry
  38. Nina Golami (id: 110021929), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The relationship between directive, supportive, participative and achievement-oriented leadership style of employees in Malaysian green construction projects
  39. Reza Karimzadeh Soureshjani (id: 109021437), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of technical, human, and conceptual skills on the relationship behaviors of the employees in Malaysian construction companies
  40. Wisam Hadi Salih (id: 109022033), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of balanced processing and relational transparency on relationship behaviors of employees in architecture-construction companies in Malaysia
  41. Oumar Somba (id: 110045592), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), Identifying the effect of E-tail quality on customer satisfaction through online shopping company: Lazada in Malaysia
  42. Khalil Tawfiq Ali (id: 110046046), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), Investing of the relationship between sentiment to price advertising product and retailing among the customers in mobile industry in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
  43. Mohammed Ahmed Mohammed (id: 110036464), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of academic qualification and gender on directive and supportive leadership styles of employees in Malaysian private universities
  44. Rabica Bakhtygaliyeva (id: 110034427), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The relationship between emotional healing, self-awareness, creating value for the community, and internalized moral perspective of the employees in Malaysian electronics industries
  45. Ekaterina Martynenko (id:110042407), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), Investigating the relationship between risk management and project performance in IT companies in Cyberjaya
  46. Elabbas Rajab M Rahouma (id: 110045951), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of gender and marital status on satisfaction with information and satisfaction with variety among the workers in construction sites in Malaysia
  47. Ivan Priyangga (id: 110047395), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The influence of the managerial behaviour organisational commitment and working motivation on employees performance on real estate company Indonesia
  48. Mustafa Muhammed M.aboturkia (id: 110045926), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The effect of gender and marital status on satisfaction with closure and satisfaction with pay among the employees in Petronas company in Malaysia
  49. Mohamed Cherif (id: 110035056), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The influence of age of customers on personal interaction and policy reliability as the two service quality of retail stores in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  50. Adnan Ghaleb Mohammed Al-dhaifi (id: 110034517), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), An evaluation of the application of financial analysis in assessing the performance of a company
  51. Ahmed Mustafa Yaseen Mohammed Al-asbahi (id: 110033850), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), The impact of emotional intelligence on entrepreneurial inclination of young graduates in Yemen
  52. Mohamed Kamel Abdallah Ibrahim (id: 110031529), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), N/A
  53. Wafa Ibrahim Abdullah Yassin (id:110035346), 2017, Master (Dissertation - Course Work), N/A


{tab=Awards}

  1. Certified ATLAS.ti Professional JuniorTrainer, 2018
  2. Certified ATLAS.ti Professional Senior Trainer, 2018
  3. Certified Publons Academy Peer Reviewer, 2020
  4. Universiti Sains Malaysia Sanggar Sanjung Award 2020 (Journal Publication Category)
  5. Certified Publons Academy Mentor, 2021

{tab=Intellectual Properties}

  • Standardized and unstandardized solutions of change-oriented leadership capability scale as a second-order construct (LY2020003470 CRLY00026114)
  • Items of the validated change-oriented leadership capability scale in the context of higher education (LY2020003469 CRLY00026115)
  • Standardized and unstandardized solutions of the 4-fcator model of change-oriented leadership capability scale (LY2020003474 CRLY00026116)
  • Replication data for: Validation of the change-oriented leadership scale in academic settings (LY2020003479 CRLY00026117)
  • PLS-SEM USING SmartPLS (LY2021000155 CRLY2021000155)
  • Development and framing of a theoretical and conceptual framework (LY2021000157 CRLY2021000157)
  • Qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 8 Windows (LY2021000158 CRLY2021000158)
  • Qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 9 Windows (LY2021000159 CRLY2021000159)
  • A model for the causes and consequences of academics’ emotions in the Malaysian private higher education institutions (LY2021000160 CRLY2021000160)
  • A dataset for the assessment of the causes and consequences of academics' emotions in Malaysian private higher education institutions (LY2021000161 CRLY2021000161)

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