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  1. 1. Devolution of HRM Practices: Perspectives of Two Major Japanese Electrical and Electronics Companies in Malaysia — 26 November 2012

    Authors:   • ~ Abang Ekhsan Abang Othman, Afiliation: Faculty of Cognitive Sciences and Human Development, University Malaysia Sarawak
    Abstract: Purpose: This study examines the devolution of HRM functions, the rationale and problems of such devolution to line management in the context of

    Manager 8 - 2008 > Devolution of HRM Practices: Perspectives of Two Major Japanese Electrical and Electronics Companies in Malaysia

  2. 2. Job competencies for the malaysian consultant project managers — 18 December 2012

    Authors:   • Dr. Ilias Said, Afiliation: Universiti Sains Malaysia  • Dr. Abdelnaser Omran, Afiliation: Universiti Sains Malaysia  • Dr. Mohd Wira Mohd Shafiei, Afiliation: Universiti Sains Malaysia
    Abstract: Architects, engineers and quantity surveyors are among the main players in construction.Coming from different background and professional backgroun

    Manager 10 - 2009 > Job competencies for the malaysian consultant project managers

  3. 3. Sustainable development and construction industry in Malaysia — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • ~ Suliman L. Kh. M., Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia  • ~ Abdelnaser Omran, Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia
    Abstract:  Sustainable construction is a way for the building and infrastructure industry to move towards achieving sustainable development, taking in

    Manager 10 - 2009 > Sustainable development and construction industry in Malaysia

  4. 4. Variations in government contract in Malaysia — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Jaspal Singh Nachatar  • Abdul Aziz Hussin  • Abdelnaser Omran
    Abstract: The complexity of construction works means that it is hardly possible to complete a project without changes to the plans or the construction process i

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Variations in government contract in Malaysia

  5. 5. Critical Success for Kelantinies Constraction Operate Outside Kelantan State in Malaysia — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Abdelnaser Omran, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia  • Abdul Hamid Kadir Pakir,, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia  • Ahmed Termizi, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia  • Hazlina Abdul Hamid , Afiliation: School of Management, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia
    Abstract: The Malaysia construction industry has been experiencing boom and bust conditions in the past few decades. For example, the construction industry suff

    Manager 13 - 2011 > Critical Success for Kelantinies Constraction Operate Outside Kelantan State in Malaysia

  6. 6. FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR SLOW ADOPTION OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPPS) IN NIGERIA — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Amir Hussin B. Baharuddin, Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia  • Abdul Hamid Kadir Pakir, Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia  • Abdelnaser Omran , Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia  • Otairu Abdulganiyu, Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia
    Abstract: The growth and development of any nation is greatly dependent on the availability of basic social infrastructure like good road, efficient power suppl

    Manager 14 - 2011 > FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR SLOW ADOPTION OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPPS) IN NIGERIA

  7. 7. INVESTIGATING THE POTENTIALS OF FAST TRACK IN MITIGATING PROJECT ABANDONMENT: CASE STUDIES — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Amir Hassin B.Baharuddin, Afiliation: Universitri Sains Malaysia  • Abdulhamid Kadir Pakir , Afiliation: Universitri Sains Malaysia  • Abdelnaser Omran , Afiliation: Universitri Sains Malaysia  • Ibrahim Ado Wudil , Afiliation: Universitri Sains Malaysia
    Abstract: The construction industry plays a very role in the fixed capital formation of any economy. Thus, the activities of construction in any economy, mirror

    Manager 14 - 2011 > INVESTIGATING THE POTENTIALS OF FAST TRACK IN MITIGATING PROJECT ABANDONMENT: CASE STUDIES

  8. 8. The weaknesses of China\'s contractors in overseas construction project management: 2 case studies — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Mo Xuan, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia  • Ph. D. Abdelnaser Omran , Afiliation: School Of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia  • Ph. D. Abdel Hamid Kadir Pakir, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia  • Ph. D. Abdelwahab O.Gebril, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia  • Ph. D. Ahmad Zakiulfuad, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia
    Abstract: The practices of international construction contracting have been prevalent increasingly over the past half a century. Altough the contractors of high

    Manager 15 - 2012 > The weaknesses of China\'s contractors in overseas construction project management: 2 case studies

  9. 9. LEGISLATION AND MANAGEMENT FUND FOR MOSQUE IN MANADO, INDONESIA — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Deicy Natalia Karamoy, Afiliation: School of Social Sciences, Islamic Development Studies, University Sains Malaysia; Faculty of Law, University of Sam Raulangi, Manado Indonesia  • Abdelnasser Omran, Afiliation: School Of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia
    Abstract: This paper aims to analyze the development of religious institutions as foundations or agencies virtue (Non-profit Organizations), which manage fun

    Manager 15 - 2012 > LEGISLATION AND MANAGEMENT FUND FOR MOSQUE IN MANADO, INDONESIA

  10. 10. The housing development process: green homes in Malaysia — 14 February 2013

    Authors:   • Fazdliel Aswad Ibrahim, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia  • Mohd Wira , Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia  • Mohd Shafiei, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia  • Abdelnaser Omran, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia  • Ilias Said, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
    Abstract: Green building has been adopted and became an accepted norm in the developed countries like USA, UK, Canada and Australia. Despite the good efforts sh

    Manager 16 - 2012 > The housing development process: green homes in Malaysia