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Articles by Choong Kwai Fatt
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  Choong Kwai Fatt , Edward Wong Sek Khin and Tioh Ngee Heng
  Problem statement: This research study analyzed the impact of organizational justice as encompassed by two components, namely distributive justice and procedural justice on employee’s job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intention. This study revealed a positive and significant relationship showing that the foundation of an employee’s job satisfaction and organizational commitment is within the application of both distributive and procedural justice and this supports a significant negative relationship to turnover intention. Approach: This study included the design and distribution of a self-administered questionnaire to 300 Malaysian employees working for small and middle size companies in the Malaysia, Klang Valley. The sample consisted of managerial and non-managerial employees who volunteered to participate in this study. The results supported the hypothesis that distributive and procedural justice has significant relationship with employee’s job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intention. Result: This finding implied that the higher the level of employee’s perception towards fairness to the means used to determine outcomes (procedural justice) and fairness of the outcomes employees receive (distributive justice) tended to increase the level of employees’ job satisfaction, organizational commitment while reduces turnover intention. Therefore, organizations that take a proactive approach to understand employee’s perceptions of distributive and procedural justice and provide appropriate working environment can potentially reap benefits including cost associated to employee retentions. Conclusion: The findings in this study would help managers and business organization in Malaysia to formulate strategies that involved work factors such as distributive and procedural justice to improve the management of human resource development. These strategies would help in influencing positive behaviors among employees and hence achieve effectiveness and high productivity in the organization. Therefore, it was worth the effort for the organization to train and educate their managers on the impact of perceptions of organizational justice on the motivation and commitment of their employees.
  Soung Yue Liew , Edward Sek Khin Wong and Choong Kwai Fatt
  Problem statement: The purpose of this research was to investigate all optical packet switching, because it was the key to the success of the future Internet. It can meet the stringent bandwidth requirement of future Internet applications, such as real-time video streaming. Due to the lack of optical Random Access Memory (RAM), however, the all-optical schemes studied in the literature were either not flexible enough to accommodate Internet packets, which were variable-length in nature, or fail to schedule packets at switches to achieve low loss rate. Approach: The aim of this paper was thus to tackle the flexibility and utilization issues in all-optical packet switches, even at the absence of optical RAM. We approached this research by first studied a new slotted model for all-optical variable-length packet switching, which was called Variable-length-Packet Fixed-Length Slot (VPFS) switching. Results: We proved by mathematical analysis the theoretical maximum utilizations that can be achieved by the model in two variant schemes. Then we proposed a new scheduling algorithm for shared-fiber-delay-line switches in order to achieve low loss rate when the utilization approaches the maximum. We justified our design by simulation. In our finding, through mathematical analysis and computer simulation, our proposed switching model and scheduling algorithm can be coupled well to achieve good performance for all-optical packet switches. We also found that the selection of the slot size in the network was very critical as it determined the transmission overhead and hence the utilization of the all-optical network. Our research limitation depended on slot size. Although a small slot size was critical for high utilization with our model, it was not always preferable. It was because a small slot size increased the switching and scheduling complexity at the switch. Thus the selection of an optimum slot size for the network was a compromise between utilization and complexity. Conclusion/Recommendations: A fast scheduling algorithm has been studied in order to reduce the scheduling complexity so as to increase the utilization without much penalty. In regard to the practical implications, the VPFS was a promising model to fully utilize the huge capacity of all-optical networks and to accommodate variable-length packets for future Internet traffic. With VPFS, the selection of the slot size was critical, and it was a compromise between the network utilization and scheduling complexity.
  Choong Kwai Fatt and Edward Wong Sek Khin
  Problem statement: This study investigated the social-technical view of knowledge management that supported a close social and technology relationship on automotive industry in Australia. It also examined the impacts of legacy EDI groupware technology as a mean to support knowledge management in providing value creation for an automotive company. The industry viewed legacy EDI groupware as an agent in converting tacit knowledge to explicit knowledge. Approach: It was a descriptive study. In this study, an undertaking explored the implementation of this groupware application, its organisational impact, success factors and success indicators and this using the framework and analysis of legacy EDI groupware, which incorporated the objectives, strategies, success indicators and success factors. The study presented the finding of a case study of an automotive company, who contracted an external website design consultant to implement legacy EDI groupware system on their sites. The report explored the website design consultant company in order to gain an alternate perspective of topics and issues raised by the study. Results: In this study, legacy EDI groupware technology had successfully offered infrastructure to the automotive industry, which supported the acquisition of knowledge and enhanced the environment that supported the creation and management of knowledge artifacts. Conclusion: The choice and use of the legacy EDI groupware project as a means of supporting knowledge management in providing value creation for automotive industry, was because of the belief that this technology was able to provide a strategy for managing and exploiting knowledge. This project also served to help automotive industry in understanding its knowledge asset, i.e., the value of its knowledge and in assessing that the successful application of its knowledge.
 
 
 
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