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Articles by Khairuddin Idris
Total Records ( 13 ) for Khairuddin Idris
  Neda Tiraieyari , Khairuddin Idris , Azimi Hamzah and Jegak Uli
  Problem statement: The movement of technology from lab to the field has been a challenge for agricultural extension agents. In this study researchers focused on program development competencies for agricultural extension agents in process of technology transfer and discuss the importance of these competencies by determining the relationship between these competencies and performance of extension agents. Approach: The study employed stratified random sampling technique. The sample consisted of 210 extension agents in four states of Malaysia. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation and multiple regression analysis. Results: Extension agents perceived themselves competent in developing program planning, program implementation and program evaluation. The findings supported the positive relationship between competencies and extension agents’ performance. Therefore hypothesis of the study was supported. The results of multiple regressions showed program development competencies explained 0.448 of variance of extension agents’ performance. Conclusion/Recommendations: It can be concluded that performance of extension agents is expected to increase if they have program development competencies. Results supported the importance of these competencies for performance of extension agents in process of technology transfer. Hence to keep extension agents competent and to further improve their performance, these competencies must be considered and upgraded. Continuous assessment of extension agents’ competencies and performance is recommended.
  Raduan Che Rose , LooSee Beh , Jegak Uli and Khairuddin Idris
  The aim of this study was to determine the level and relationship between qualities of work life (QWL) with career-related variables. The sample consists of 475 executives from the electrical and electronics industry in the free trade zones in Malaysia for both the multinational corporations (MNCs) and the small-medium industries (SMIs). The selection of respondents using stratified random sampling technique involves a complete list of industrial firms registered with Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA). Construct validity and discriminant validity were conducted on the instruments. Three exogenous variables were studied. The result indicates that the three exogenous variables are significant: career satisfaction, career achievement and career balance with 63% of the variance in QWL. The respondents appeared to be satisfied in respect to the level of QWL (49.5%), career achievement (70.3%), career satisfaction (63.8%), but less so for career balance (36.6%). These findings contribute to an understanding of ways by top management in attempts to attain a career fit between the needs of the employees and the needs of the organization. The role QWL plays in organizations is an understudied issue. The present study opens an avenue for more studies in this direction.
  Neda Tiraieyari , Khairuddin Idris , Jegak Uli and Azimi Hamzah
  Problem statement: The bottom line in agricultural trade is that manufacturers are demanding agricultural products that are produced in a sustainable way and with assurance that they are truly conforming to the standards of Good Agriculture Practice. Towards this objective, attention has been given on sustainable agricultural productions in Malaysia. This study is an attempt to investigate job performance of extension workers in terms of competency in relation to the Good Agricultural Practices. This research investigates the influence of competencies on extension workers’ job performance at the department of agriculture in Malaysia with the emphasis of having both human development competencies and technical competencies in order to perform extension job. Approach: Stratified random sampling technique employed to select 210 extension workers from the Department of Agriculture in four states of Malaysia. A structured research instrument was utilized to survey extension workers’ competency and job performance. To test the extent research data support the MLR model, Enter regression method was used. Results: Results showed that out of the nine competencies included in the regression model only four competencies contributed significantly in explaining the variation of job performance. The R2 value of 0.544 implies that the nine predictors explain about 54.4% of the variance in the extension workers’ job performance. Conclusion/Recommendations: The findings suggest that the data dose not fully support the proposed nine-predictors multiple linear regression model. Finding was contrary to the expectations, since human development areas of competencies did not contribute to the job performance. Hence extension workers are not much involved in human development aspects of their job and they give primary attention to technology transfer rather than human development.
  Siti Aisyah Ramli , Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Khairuddin Idris , Azimi Hamzah , Bahaman Abu Samah , Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  Quality of Life (QOL) is encompassed in people’s satisfaction with regards to various aspects of their existence. Many QOL studies have been pursued worldwide and some of these are focused upon the rural community. This study aims to investigate the QOL of the riverside community living in Bahau which is an area in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. This is a quantitative study in which a total of 300 villagers that live near to Muar and serting rivers were chosen as the respondents. The survey method was employed to obtain the data while SPSS was performed to run suitable and relevant analyses. Generally, the analyses confirm that rural communities living near to Muar and Serting rivers in Bahau have a moderate QOL. Specifically, the respondents were found to have a better QOL in terms of their home conditions but not with respect to infrastructure facilities. A number of discussions and recommendations are put forward in this study and it is hoped that these can be used by concerned parties for the development of Bahau.
  Samah Hatem Almaki , Rawan Hatem Almaki , Abu Daud Silong , Khairuddin Idris and Nour Wahiza
  How do Muslim women get to positions of leadership in higher education? An important path toward success for most of the contemporary Muslim women leaders in higher education was through education. The women achieved a high educational leadership level which built their self-efficacy and provided them upward mobility. This study explores the experiences of Muslim women leaders working in higher education to access and advance to aleadership position. Qualitative phenomenology case study methods were used to gather data on common characteristics of Muslim women leaders in higher education. Data were gathered from interviews with ten women working in a cross section of professional positions at two public universities in Malaysia and Saudi Arabia. This study argues that Muslim women’s participation in the higher education and their access to senior leadership positions is defined by recommendation from higher authority, administrative efficiency and accomplishments in their career.
  Raduan Che Rose , LooSee Beh , Jegak Uli and Khairuddin Idris
  Literature on QWL is limited and several studies commonly correlates with job satisfaction but no study on QWL has associated with career related factors. This empirical study was done to predict QWL in relation to career-related dimensions. The sample consists of 475 managers from the free trade zones in Malaysia for both the multinational corporations (MNCs) and the small-medium industries (SMIs). The result indicates that three exogenous variables are significant: career satisfaction, career achievement and career balance, with 63% of the variance in QWL.
  Khairuddin Idris , Raidah Mazuki , Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Azimi Hamzah , Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah , Bahaman Abu Samah and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  The main attempt of this study is to identify the factors that impinge the quality of life among community who reside near to Tembeling, Pahang and Muar Rivers. This is a quantitative study where a developed questionnaire was used to collect the data. A total of 240 questionnaires were distributed to the selected respondents in 4 places which is Kg. Jorak (Johore), Kg. Bantal (Pahang), Kg. Gintong (Pahang) and Kg. Langkap (Negeri Sembilan). Although, there is a number of factors that can impinge the quality of life, however within the scope of this study, it focuses on 5 factors that have the potential to influence the quality of life to this community, namely; age, income, period of staying, distance to the nearest river and distance to the nearest city. Analyses performed have confirmed that factors of level of education and areas have significant difference with quality of life while factor of income was detected to have significant relationship with quality of life. A number of discussions have been placed and it is hope that such discussion could assist the relevant parties in constructing concrete strategies to further, uplift the quality of life of the community particularly those who reside near to the river.
  Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Azimi Hamzah , Bahaman Abu Samah , Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah , Khairuddin Idris , Nurani Kamarudin and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  This study attempts to examine the rural youth sustainable livelihood phenomena in Malaysia. The results presented in the present study were the preliminary data which gained through the pre-test process. The pre-test was conducted among 30 rural youths in Kuala Besut, Terengganu. Out of 6 capitals studied, 3 of them recorded high levels of mean scores while the other 3 capitals recorded a moderate level of mean scores. The human capital recorded the highest mean score, however yet the strength possessed in human capital cannot assist them to strengthen their financial capital as this capital recorded the lowest mean score. Though results discussed only demonstrate the preliminary findings, however yet the results are expected to portray a possible prediction of what actual data would be.
  Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah , Sulaiman Yassin , Khairuddin Idris , Bahaman Abu Samah , Azimi Hamzah and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  This quantitative study attempts to determine, the Human Development Index (HDI) level of river communities in Malaysia. A total of 240 respondents were selected from 4 villages located near to Tembeling, Pahang and Muar Rivers. The analysis confirms that the HDI level of the respondents studied is low; however respondents in Gintong recorded a moderate-level HDI compared to other 3 areas which recorded low HDI values. Furthermore, there is a significant difference in terms of HDI between the 4 areas studied. Several strategies are suggested by which to further enhance the HDI of local communities, particularly those who reside near to rivers.
  Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril , Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah , Azimi Hamzah , Khairuddin Idris and Bahaman Abu Samah
  The main aim of the present study is to identify the factors impinging the human capital of rural youth in Malaysia. The study is quantitative in nature whereby a developed questionnaire was used to collect the required data. Via a multi-stage cluster sampling, a total of 240 rural youth from four districts in Peninsular Malaysia had been selected as the respondents. Analysis performed confirmed that rural youth possessed a high level of human capital while specific analysis confirmed that there was a significant difference on human capital with the factor of occupation while significant relationship was detected between human capital and the factors of age and income. Several discussions have been highlighted and expectantly it can offer some ideas to the concerned parties in constructing strategies to further enhance the development of human capital among rural youth in Malaysia.
  Samah Hatem Almaki , Abu Daud Silong , Khairuddin Idris and Nour Wahiza Abd. Wahat
  Ladership as one of most widely discussed and researched issues, has been characterized by a variety of definitions, frameworks and meaning. Such definitions and notions provide a foundation for developing effective leadership in various organizational environments. This study discusses the meaning of leadership from the perspective of Muslim women leaders in higher education by using a qualitative method and in-depth interviews from selected participants from University Putra Malaysia and King Abdul-Aziz University. The research attempts to answer questions like: what does leadership mean? How can Muslim women leaders become effective leaders in higher education? Findings of the study indicate that there is no difference between both groups of Muslim women leader in understanding the meaning of leadership. It was also found that leadership is strongly linked with vision and goal setting, accountability, role model, engorgement and empowerment. Finally, implications are put forward to improve the potentiality of Muslim women leaders in different ways.
  Samah Hatem Almaki , Abu Daud Silong , Khairuddin Idris and Wahiza Abd. Wahat
  Newer research on women in leadership indicated a growing trend of women to assume leadership position worldwide and the substantial progress achieved by women in assuming and holding a leadership role. This study explores the leadership practices of Muslim women academic leaders by using a qualitative approach. The study outlined in this study investigates this phenomenon through using in-depth-interviews to identify leadership practices. Participants are Muslim women academic leaders in University Putra Malaysia in Malaysia and King Abdul-Aziz University in Saudi Arabia who are holding leadership position. The researchers identified similarities and differences in practices and competencies between two cases. The findings of this study highlight in a set of the practices of which Muslim women leaders perform in leadership position. These findings broaden acceptance for a wider repertoire of these leadership practices by successful Muslim women leaders and how these practices can be optimally used for the benefit of academic departments. Moreover, some implications and recommendations for further studies were discussed.
  Mahazan Muhammad , Khairuddin Idris , Effi Helmy Ariffin , Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril , Bahaman Abu Samah and Turiman Suandi
  This study aims to conceptually discuss the impacts of climate change on small-scale fishermen in Malaysia. Based on the document analyses made, it was concluded that Malaysia is also experiencing the impacts of climate change similar to other countries in the world. This impact of climate change has brought negative implications towards several community groups and the small-scale fishermen are one of them. Climate change is found to have increased several risks associated with fishing activities, affect their productivity, health and damage to the public facilities. A number of adaptation strategies were recommended and it is hope to assist the related parties in constructing the best adaptation strategies to overcome the rising climate change in Malaysia.
 
 
 
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