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Risk Management Practices towards Developments of Sport and Recreational Activities in Malaysia  [PDF]
Jaffry Zakaria, Mohd Taib Harun, Norlena Salamuddin, Md. Amin Md. Taff
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1102681
Sports and recreation activities are always exposed to various safety issues before, during and after activities. Positive practices could avoid the occurrence of accidents that caused injuries to the participants. Risk management practices are the most important element in the organization or management of sports and recreation activities. This element is significant in increasing the wellbeing of a society where a safe and healthy population can be developed. Each activity that was about to be organized and the facilities provided must be free and safe from incidents that could cause injuries either direct or indirectly. The development in sports and recreation activities need the involvement of knowledgeable, skilled and qualified personnel in order to offer various products and services to the society. The products and services offered could develop a competitive and precise economy to the nation. Sports and recreation activities as well as others could offer new business prospects, services and latest products. The objective of this article was to look into and explain how risk management practices through sports and recreation activities could help assure and secure the quality and wellbeing of a society.
E-Government Analysis: Sultanate of Oman Case  [PDF]
Muatasim Al Salmi, Norlena Hasnan
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.43006

In the current century, e-government transformation is considered as one of the biggest challenges among and within the IT-related sector from the scale and complexity perspective. Having the main objective as of adapting an existing e-government system and methodology in order to obtain new computing requirements based on the concept of citizens’ new service. Thus, increase the features of service level, quality and maintaining a high policies and rules consistency. Moreover, mission criticality and time of services, information sharing and interoperability, efficiency and productivity along with the reduction of operation expenses are all considered as priorities in this transformation project (Raymond, 2007) [1]. Such a transformation is considered crucial for the service concept as it is changing rapidly; the roadmap coherence in e-government transformation is critical (Raymond, 2007) [1]. However, there is a big aspect regarding the e-Government progress by citizens due to many aspects like: Citizens-Centricity, Facilitating Condition, Effort expectancy and Performance Expectancy. Hence, there is a need to further study in order to be able to obtain better understanding of the complete picture and to have a balanced view and concepts all under one e-Government umbrella. This paper will review and analyze through a quantitative approach in Sultanate of Oman case study. This study targeted citizens in the country to check their intention to use e-Government in Oman (e-Oman). After reviewing and discussing questionnaire outputs using SPSS program, the writer listed some recommendations and conclusion of the study and the nature of them they will be categorized upon to their point of view.

Noraini Ismail,Hazman Shah Abdullah,Norhana Salamuddin
Asian Academy of Management Journal , 2006,
Abstract: Academic institutions in the country are at present re-examining their business philosophy and trying to deliver quality education to remain attractive. Pressed by globalization, liberalization and accelerating competition, the education industry is facing up to these challenges by becoming more innovative in its transformation. Getting the ISO 9000 certification is quite a trendy phenomenon nowadays. But how do the academics react to this management system innovation? This paper tests a model of innovation acceptance (ISO 9000 certification) that conceptualizes interest, knowledge, involvement and perceived value as independent variables and implementation strategy as the moderator. One hundred and fifty structured questionnaires were distributed to the academic staff of the Faculty of Business Management where ISO initiatives were underway. The study shows that there is a significant correlation between perceived value with interest, knowledge, acceptance of innovation and implementation. Hierarchical multiple regression analysis indicates that the implementation strategy (participative strategy) enhances the relationship between interest and innovation acceptance. Interest can be cultivated, knowledge disseminated and involvement maximized through an implementation strategy that co-opts the staff from the inception of the change initiative.
A Framework of Business Process Re-engineering Factors and Organizational Performance of Nigerian Banks
Kabiru Jinjiri Ringim,Mohd Rizal Razalli,Norlena Hasnan
Asian Social Science , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v8n4p203
Abstract: The aims of this paper is to present a framework on the data collected regarding our research study on Effect of BPR factor on organization performance with moderating role of Information technology. A survey method was used to administer 560 questionnaires to Nigerian banks (Commercial, Microfinance and Primary mortgage finance). Data screening and cleaning was conducted to enable satisfy the assumptions of multivariate analysis. Therefore, the assessment of the missing data, outliers, normality, linearity, and multicollinearity were performed. In addition, factor analysis (PCA) was conducted with help of Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS). The results were found to meet the requirement for multivariate analysis.
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