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Articles by Ahmad Bashawir Abdul Ghani
Total Records ( 3 ) for Ahmad Bashawir Abdul Ghani
  Noor Azmi Mohd Zainol , Ahmad Bashawir Abdul Ghani , Azman Ismail , Safar Yaacob , Muhammad Subhan and Mohd Hasanur Raihan Joarder
  The objective of this study is to examine the mediating effects of training motivation in the relationship between assignment methods and transfer of training using data gathered from survey questionnaires on military intermediate level officers in Malaysia. The statistical tool SmartPLS was employed to test the research hypotheses. The result indicated that training motivation was found to be an important mediator in the hypothesized relationship in Malaysian context. The study is significant particularly for training administration department and organizational managers directly related to training. Further, this study provides discussion, implications and conclusion.
  Junaimah Jauhar , Ahmad Bashawir Abdul Ghani , Mohd Hasanur Raihan Joarder , Muhammad Subhan and Rabiul Islam
  The prime objective of this study is to classify the reasons behind the talented Malaysian accounting professionals’ movement to Singapore? Indeed, the brain drain phenomenon is of growing concern worldwide due to its huge economic impacts on developing economies. About 34% of Malaysian accountants have migrated to Singapore, thus, the brain drain phenomenon has become critical issue for Malaysian professionals and warrants immediate attention. This study looks at the factors that have led to Malaysian accounting professionals to move, i.e., brain drain to Singapore and be determined to put forward labors in order to overcome this phenomenon.
  Ahmad Bashawir Abdul Ghani , Emil Mahyudin , Chumphon Kaewsomand and Sathid Boonmuang
  With the emergence of stiff competition there has been an increased focus on the use of inter-firm relationships or strategic alliances in delivering best service packages to the consumer. Despite a number of studies there is still much to be learned about why alliances form and why they take the form they do. Based upon case based methodology in Malaysia this research argues that the formation of strategic alliances is due to firms seeking out new market opportunities under conditions of increased uncertainty and competition. We adopt resource dependence views of alliance formation with those of conventional economics and argue that alliances are a means of reducing the uncertainty that surrounds the undertaking of new market opportunities.
 
 
 
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