Knowledge Management Practices Amongst MSC Status Companies in Malaysia: A Survey

By Raja Suzana Raja Kasim and Erne Suzila Kassim.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Knowledge Management practices

Keywords: Knowledge, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Sharing, Information Technology, MSC Status Organizations

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 9, pp.63-70. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.914MB).

Dr. Raja Suzana Raja Kasim

Have carried out a number of small-scale research projects on my own and presented their findings at the university level. - Transforming Strategic Management Change at RHB Bank Berhad - Developing Database Management System for Kementerian Pembangunan Usahawan Malaysia (Ministry of Entrepreneur Development) - Implementing Knowledge Management Practices at Elektrisola Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. - Measuring the Effectiveness of Knowledge Management Practice at Philip Morris (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.: A Case Study - Accessing and Assessment Student’s Result: the Need to provide Basic Management of Electronic Records. I am eager to carry out new research projects and I am delighted that UiTM, with the decentralization of Bureau of Research Center (BRC), now has a conducive and lecturer-friendly support system to encourage lecturers in their research efforts. The following is my first research conducted under BRC: - “Knowledge Management Practice Amongst MSC status Companies in Malaysia: A Case Study.” My two current research are: - Strategic linking between knowledge management and human resource management practices - A need to provide a systematic records management system: A case of Higher Education Ministry of Malaysia


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