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Turning Fishing Villages Into Tourism Destinations

  • Dr Teh Pek Yen

Fishing villages along the east and west coasts of Peninsular Malaysia with predominantly Malay or Chinese communities can attract tourists for several reasons. One is their location

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How To Drag Ourselves Into The 21st Century

  • Dr Michael Dent

When I was a young lad working as a management trainee, I came across a department called Organisation and Methods (O&M) and was intrigued as to what they did in there.

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Resetting The Accountancy Profession In Malaysia

  • Professor Susela Devi K Suppiah

There is general acknowledgement that the accountancy profession, if appropriately structured, supported and regulated, contributes significantly to a sound, sustainable and growing economy. The accountancy profession is poised to play an instrumental role in nation building.

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Customer Experience

  • Dr Hendry Ng

Every successful business is a customer experience business. Businesses that are customer-inadequate are bound to be disrupted by businesses that have adapted to today’s customer-centric marketplace. Customer centricity is the idea that organisations should get close to their customers.

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It is Time for Business Schools to Practise What They Preach

  • Professor Steve Williams

The world of higher education is changing. Several trends are emerging and converging that will have an impact on the future of business education.

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Inclusive Business: How Do We Build It?

  • Professor Yuka Fujimoto

Research has increasingly highlighted the importance of business and society working together in reducing the growing income disparities across the world.

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Using UACI In Dealing With Your Personality Preferences

  • Dr Ooi Pei Boon

A team may comprise of more than one personality. Dealing with various personalities to obtain job optimisation can be challenging.

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Combating Fake News — A Need For Media Literacy

  • Dr Pauline Leong

According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), news means information that has been verified in the public interest. Any information that does not meet this standard is not news.

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Digital Readiness

  • Dr Hendry Ng

The digital economy offers unprecedented opportunities. Governments, businesses and industries all across the globe are aware of the scale and impact of the digital economy on the gross domestic product (GDP).

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The Post-Digital

  • Professor Harold Thwaites

In 1995, Nicolas Negroponte, founder of the MIT Media Lab, wrote a book called “Being Digital”. It was an overwhelming success translated into more than 40 languages.

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