Hafizah Mohamad Hsbollah

Hafizah Mohamad Hsbollah
Universiti Utara Malaysia | UUM · Tunku Puteri Intan Safinaz School of Accountancy

PhD, MSc (Management) , BAcct (Hons)

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Introduction
Hafizah Mohamad Hsbollah currently works at the Tunku Puteri Intan Safinaz School of Accountancy (TISSA-UUM), Universiti Utara Malaysia. Hafizah does research in Computing in Social science, Arts and Humanities, Accounting Information Systems. Her current project is on measuring motive participation of university students towards physical activities and its impact on academic performance.

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Publications (24)
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This study investigates the factors affecting solar PV adoption among Malaysian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), focusing specifically on manufacturing. The study employed Technology-Organisational-Environmental (TOE) model as a research framework. The study hypothesised that owners’/managers’ technology readiness (innovativeness and opti...
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Solar photovoltaic (PV) is a rapidly growing renewable energy technology that converts sunlight directly into electricity. As a clean and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels, solar PV is increasingly recognised as a critical component in shifting to a low-carbon economy. Solar PV is often associated with a high upfront cost. Nevertheless, solar...
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This study aims to examine the influence of chief executive officer (CEO) characteristics (i.e., CEO innovativeness, CEO information system (IS) knowledge, and CEO trust in technology) on accounting software technology use in Jordanian companies from different industrial sectors. Data were gathered through a structured questionnaire distributed to...
Conference Paper
Renewable energy focuses on transforming natural energy, such as solar energy that uses advanced technology to replace conventional energy by producing cleaner energy for reducing carbon emissions. Malaysia receives average solar radiation of 400-600 MJ/m2 per month, which has a high potential to harness solar energy. However, only 2% of Malaysia's...
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Big data has become a growing trend in business operations. It is being employed in a variety of industries from manufacturing to accounting and supply chain management. Businesses that can take advantage of big data may be able to make better judgments, save money, and keep up with changing client needs.In the accounting scope, especially in audit...
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to deploy and expand the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) model with application to renewable energy investment by incorporating the component of tax incentives (TIN). This will serve as an additional measure in understanding the conventional energy stakeholders’ investment intention into renewable energy in Ni...
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Measurement scale plays an important role in academic research without which an instrument could not be developed. The goal of this study is to validate the measurement scale of public governance quality (PGQ) with application to renewable energy investment by means of comprehensive scale validation procedures. Data was collected from 357 individua...
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Student-generated videos have been accepted as part of interactive learning activities in the classroom. The aim of this study is to provide insights into the impact of Flipgrid, which is an interactive social learning platform for student-generated videos, on students’ learning experience. The research design follows five principles of the Scholar...
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This paper aimed at investigating the use of game-based learning approach in creating meaningful learning experiences and its influence in improving students’ knowledge on the subject matter. A total number of 120 students enrolled in the accounting system analysis and design course in a university participated in this experimental study. Grounded...
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Purpose – Previous studies have documented the positive effect of problem-based learning (PBL) on learners, especially in the medical discipline. However, such effect on learners in a specific course of Systems Analysis and Design (SAD) and how the PBL implementation in this course could contribute to meaningful learning are still under-researched....
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The widespread use of social media has created a huge market for digital marketing platforms. However, as people spend more time on social media daily, concerns about its impact on mental health have grown. Although several studies on the effects of social media on mental health have been conducted, the number of studies focusing on this issue, par...
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The increasing demands for accountants in the future have resulted in an increased number of students enrolling in the accounting programmes of Malaysian universities. This expansion, however, has caused some concern about whether these students are likely to succeed in their studies. This study, therefore, aims to examine the factors that drive th...
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The implementation of IT governance ITG arrangements and its relationship to IT infrastructure has not received much attention in either the ITG or the information systems IS literature. Based on the premise that the foundation on which ITG is implemented lies in the interaction between ITG arrangements of structures, processes and relational mecha...
Conference Paper
This paper presents the analysis of IT governance implementation at University X using the translation process from actor network theory (ANT). The focus is on how the human and nonhuman actors’ diverse interests can be aligned to conduce successful IT governance implementation. Using ANT as a theoretical lens helps go beyond studying IT governance...
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Drawing upon Actor Network Theory (ANT), this paper presents a discussion on how ITG arrangements and IT infrastructure actor-networks achieve strategic alignment (i.e., alignment of interests). This is achieved by exploring how ITG arrangements and IT infrastructure are implemented, and how their interests become dynamically aligned. Considering b...
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Information technology governance (ITG) practices rely on both human and nonhuman actors to support the creation of business value in organisations. The role of nonhuman actors in shaping the ITG practices has been given limited attention within the ITG literature. In proposing a model of ITG, this paper highlights the interplay of human and techno...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) lecturers' perception of the decision regarding adopting e‐learning as a teaching tool. Design/methodology/approach Data were collected from 244 lecturers in Universiti Utara Malaysia. Internal consistency using Cronbach alpha and exploratory factor analysis with V...
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Purpose – The paper's purpose is to investigate the current status, problems and benefits of strategic information systems planning implementation in Malaysian public universities. Design/methodology/approach – The study uses dual but mutually supportive strands of investigation, i.e. a questionnaire survey and interviews. Findings – Malaysian pu...

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