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Articles by Muhammad Subhan
Total Records ( 5 ) for Muhammad Subhan
  Ahmad Bashawir Abd. Ghani and Muhammad Subhan
  This study elaborates a conceptual model of partners’ assessment of the performance of their co-partners in a collaborative business relationship. The model’s usefulness has been illustrated through a study of 12 collaborative arrangements between Australian and Malaysian firms. The results show differences or gaps in partners’ expectations and perceived performance of their co-partners. The perceptual gaps have been explained with reference to differences in motives of collaboration, intensity of interaction, cultural differences, as well as the active involvement of a catalyst in the development of the relationship. The study also, draws attention to the policy and strategy implications of the empirical evidence.
  Muhammad Subhan and Nik Ab. Halim Nik Abdullah
  This study is aimed at investigating the importance of Porter’s competitive strategy components for main seaport in the Northern Corridor Economic Region (NCER), the Penang Port. This study examines, priority perspectives on the competitive strategy components from various relevant experts or academia using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) approach. The data were gathered from a study conducted within the NCRC research grant project. About 3 components of Porter’s competitive strategy, namely; cost leadership, focus and differentiation were examined. The findings show the hierarchy of importance for each component to be considered by Penang Port authority. This study highlights new implications of using appropriate competitive strategy for Penang Port growth based on its hierarchical approach.
  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.
  Muhammad Subhan , Himayat Ullah Khan and Riaz-ud-Din Ahmad
  Significant differences among hybrids and their parents were noted in number of bolls per plant, seeds per boll, and lint percentage (GOT), exposed additive type of gene influence while Vr/Wr graphs indicated over-dominance type of gene action for seed cotton yield per plant. The non-significant deviation of regression line from unit slope indicates the absence of non-allelic interaction in number of bolls per plant, yield of seed cotton, and seeds per boll showing absence of epistasis which provides positive out lines for isolating superior genotypes. The significant deviation from unit slope indicates the presence of epistasis in lint percentage (GOT) which confirmes its less effectiveness from selection point of view.
  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.
 
 
 
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