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Articles by Amran Rasli
Total Records ( 4 ) for Amran Rasli
  Liu Yao , Wan Maseri and Amran Rasli
  Although, the Olympic Flame with the closing of the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics, extinguished, the enthusiasm of the world towards the Olympic Games keeps going. So the thoughts of the effects from Olympics onto the host country. This study, after presenting the general ideas of the Olympic economic effects that is boom to bust, briefly analyzed the macroeconomic effects of the Beijing Olympics on Chinese Economy. And based on authorized statistics and through the methods of comparison and deduction, the study concluded that those effects will keep functioning on transformation of Chinese economic growth pattern and through the sectors of transportation, banking, insurance and travel consumption in a long term.
  Tan Owee Kowang , Tan Su Yong , Amran Rasli and Choi Sang Long
  Majority of the prior Lean Six Sigma (LSS) researches focused on the study of success factors for LSS implementation. There is lack of research that explores the sustainability factors or factors for the continuation of LSS’s drive post the LSS implementation stage. Hence, this study intends to establish the fundamental concept of LSS sustainability based on the principles of sustainability. In addition, the study also aims to develop a LSS sustainability conceptual framework based on literature review and case study on a company that had implemented LSS for 15 years. The proposed LSS sustainability framework consist of 5 important sustainability factors, which are continuous improvement culture, innovative culture, management team’s approach, employee knowledge on LSS and communication. The uniqueness of the proposed framework is the framework not only summarized the key finding from literature review in regard with sustainability and factors for sustainability, but the framework also reflects the actual setting of a company that has sustained LSS drive for the last 15 years.
  Hamed Gheysari , Amran Rasli and Parastoo Roghanian
  The study proposes to investigate whether Market Orientation (MO), Service Orientation (SO) and Information Technology Infrastructure Capability (ITIC) affect the Job Satisfaction (JS) as well as to identify factors and barriers that influence the implementation of MO, SO and ITI capability to improve JS in banking industry. About 20 participants from 4 departments from Mellat Bank of Iran have been involved in the qualitative research process which was blended with the case study design. Significant patterns and themes are identified and presented in this study. A conceptual research framework based on the qualitative analysis on how MO, SO and ITI capability improve JS is proposed. The model comprises of five major components: market orientation, service orientation, job satisfaction, IT infrastructure capability and factors and barriers that influence the implementation of MO, SO and ITI capability to improve JS. Extensive empirical analyses in the real world environment in other industries would be helpful to verify and generalize this approach. This study provides guidelines for bank industry to implement effective market orientation and service orientation initiatives and information technology infrastructure to improve job satisfaction.
  Chin Fei Goh , Amran Rasli , Owee Kowang Tan and Sang Long Choi
  The idea of process enterprise has been embraced and stimulated many management changes in big corporations in these few decades. Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) perspective are widely adopted the business leaders in advanced economies. Nevertheless, many companies failed to achieve to become a process view organization although many actions had been taken to improve the organizational process. This study the identify the failure to implement fully effective processes enterprise is the lesson should be concerned. This study provides some important lessons of "operational innovation" that related to the performance of process enterprise and subsequently provide insights pertaining to the important determinants for successful transition. We adopted the management thought perspective to bridge the industry knowledge gap for explaining the relationship operational innovation and firm performance.
 
 
 
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