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Mas Anom Abdul Rashid

Mas Anom Abdul Rashid
Kolej Universiti Poly-Tech Mara Kuala Lumpur · School of Business and Accounting

Ph.D in Office System Management (e-Gov), Masters in Technology Management, Bach (hons) Corporate Admininistration,

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Introduction
Mas Anom Abdul Rashid currently attached to the Faculty of Business, Accounting and Social sciences (FBASS) at Kolej Universiti Poly-Tech Mara Kuala Lumpur. Her research interest is in Social Sciences. Her projects consist of social media and corporate reputation, undergraduates mental health and studies on Generation Z learning preferences and impacts on the future workforce of Malaysia.
Additional affiliations
April 2015 - April 2017
Kolej Universiti Poly-Tech Mara Kuala Lumpur
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
August 2008 - March 2015
UiTM
Position
  • Professor (Associate)

Publications

Publications (34)
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Most research on Initial Public Offering (IPO) focuses on the financial aspects of a company; previous research on corporate governance tended to focus on factors that influence the company proceeding with IPO. Few researchers studied the aspect of leadership using corporate governance as means to achieve company growth and IPO. This study seeks to...
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This study was carried out to confirm that Malaysian Gen Z visual learners preferred technological inclined teaching approach in their learning style. It involved respondents from a private university college in Malaysia which has 9 branches all over the country. A total of 500 questionnaires were distributed and 486 were analysed. The findings sho...
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Managing the working environment expected by Generation Z is an important element which needs to be addressed by an organization because they are able to project positive impact to the organizational objective and image. Organizations worldwide are now demanding for potential workforce that has extraordinary qualities to manage and lead them toward...
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The generation typology has been well and widely discussed by many throughout the years as each generation bears its unique characteristics and the changes they bring with them. These unique characteristics to certain extent will redefine how things are done in our daily activities. To date there are many terms coined for this generation such as th...
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Gen Z, technology and gadgets are inseparable. There are 356 million of them and the number is growing. Gen Z is the most information intensive generation of all time thus far. Being a generation that is technological inclined they find their self- identity, explore the world, get to know their friends, learn and play with technology. Their charact...
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The Malaysian Ministry of Health has aired its concern towards the state of Malaysian students’ mental health in the late 2016. Statistics revealed a worsening state of mental health problems among Malaysian students, which shows that there is an increase cases of mental health from 2011 to 2016. Experts cite anxiety and depression as the main caus...
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The Malaysian Ministry of Health has aired its concern towards the state of Malaysian students’ mental health in the late 2016. Statistics revealed a worsening state of mental health problems among Malaysian students, which shows that there is an increase cases of mental health from 2011 to 2016. Experts cite anxiety and depression as the main caus...
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Malaysia has an uprising trend in mental health problem among tertiary level students based on statistics which shows there is an increase in the number cases registered from 2011 to 2016. Experts cite anxiety and depression as the main causes of mental health problems among students and at same time do not rule out the influence of drugs as a fact...
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The Malaysian Ministry of Health has aired its concern towards the statet of Malaysian students' mental health in the late 2016. Statistics revealed a worsening state of mental health problem among Malaysian students, which shows that there is an increase cases of mental health from 2011-2016. Experts cite anxiety and depression as the main causes...
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Corporate reputation is a valuable intangible asset for every organization. It is becoming increasingly difficult to manage especially with the hard-to-control online communications through social media network. With the rising social media engagement, it is even harder to maintain a good corporate reputation because certain little issues can chang...
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One of the issues in psychology of work and occupation is job performance. Employee's job performance has a great potential to help the organization achieve its goals. Among the factors that affect job performance is compensation provided by the employer. This study looks at the influence of types of compensation-financial and non-financial on job...
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Objective - This study looks at the effect of types of compensation on job performance. It was an exploratory case study conducted at the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) of Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia. Methodology/Technique - Quantitative method was applied in conducting this research. The instrument used for the data collection was a set...
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Malaysia in its New Economic Model 2010 has put government public service delivery as the second pillar to upgrade the quality of lives of Malaysians. This has made the quest to improve government public service delivery an important agenda for the government. Successful delivery of online services has rapidly become an important measure of effecti...
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Job performance has been studied in various perspectives such as management style, organizational behavioral pattern and psychological influence as each provides employees with specific expectations of the workplace. To guarantee the expected job performance such determinants need to be studied in investigating the contributing factors to the said...
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Objective – This study looks at the effect of types of compensation on job performance. It was an exploratory case study conducted at the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) of Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia. Methodology/Technique – Quantitative method was applied in conducting this research. The instrument used for the data collection was a set...
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One of the approaches to reduce waste generated is reduce, recycle and reuse (3R) method. The reduction in waste generated or increase in recycling rates reflects the success of both the government and voluntary public participation. Nowadays, developed and developing countries are trying to find out new ways for climate change mitigation and adapt...
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One of the approaches to reduce waste generated is the 3R method which is reduce, recycle and reuse. The reduction in waste generated or increase in recycling rates reflects the success of both government-authorized and voluntary public participation. Nowadays, developed and developing countries are trying to find out new ways for climate change mi...
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e-Government provides citizens access to the government information and services at their expense anytime, anywhere 24/7. To be at par with the other developed countries, Malaysian government took its first e-government initiative when it was launched 1996 as one of Multimedia Super Corridor Flagships. UN-ASPA (2001) in its effort to ensure efficie...
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e-Government has been introduced in Malaysia in 1996 by the former Prime Minister Tun Mahathir in its preparation to be a developed country in 2020. In 2005, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development suggests that information infrastructures are expected to stimulate economic growth, increase productivity, create jobs and improve th...
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This paper is aimed to discover the current Malaysian state e-government maturity stage. The method used in this study was content analyses of 16 state government portals and websites based on the criteria given by MAMPU for the years 2007- 2013. These findings were then compared to the UN-ASPA e-Government Maturity Model to determine the current s...
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E-government is the use of information communication technology in delivering public service via internet. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development believes that information infrastructures are expected to stimulate economic growth, increase productivity, create jobs and improve the quality of life, and that has been the focus of M...
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ICT has become a very important element in determining the standard and quality of efficiency of many organizations. The dynamic of ICT is so rapid that sometimes, we tend to overlook the necessity of measuring and assessing its development and sophistication in meeting the organizational needs and objectives set forth. The framework discussed in t...
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There is evidence of a universal shift toward modern online public services. Governments and public sector organ-izations around the globe have to take notice of this phenomenon, becoming aware of its potentials and incorporat-ing information technology in delivering better services to the public via e-government. The prime aim of e-government in M...
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Globalisation does not only pressure manufacturers to produce better products but, also institution of higher learning to produce better graduates who are of global standards and able to become global players in the future. The needs to produce higher quality graduates also lead institutions around the world wanting to be recognised as World Class...
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Kajian Impak UiTM 2007 diperkenalkan dengan tujuan untuk menilai kesan kewujudan UiTM di Jengka bagi tahun berkenaan. Secara keseluruhan daripada impak yang dinyatakan ini, memperlihatkan peranan UiTM sebagai penyumbang utama pengukuran pembangunan setempat dan juga pertumbuhan ekonomi persekitaran. Melalui kajian ini juga diharapkan dapat memperke...
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ICT has become a very important element in determining the standard and quality of efficiency of many organizations. The dynamic of ICT is so rapid that sometimes, we tend to overlook the necessity of measuring and assessing its development and sophistication in meeting the organizational needs and objectives set forth. The framework discussed in t...

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There are 5 stages in the e-government maturity stage;
Stage 1: initial (e-government),
Stage 2: developing (open),
Stage 3: defined (data centric),
Stage 4: managed (fully-digital) and
Stage 5: optimizing (smart)
Where is Malaysia currently?

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Projects (8)
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This project is aimed to identify the current maturity stage of Malaysia e-government.
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This project is aimed to determine the relationship between social media and coporate reputation.
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To provide better understanding on Gen Z characteristics, needs, technology intimacy and the change they will probably bring to the future of Malaysian workforce.