Supervision

Ph.D./DBA (main supervisor)

Completed:
  1. Afroza Bulbul (2018). A Proposed Model of Continuous Improvement in Total Quality Management from an Islamic Perspective.

  2. Mahbubar Rahman (2018). Performance Excellence Measurement Framework: A Study of Hotel Industry in Bangladesh.

  3. Slamet Riyadi (2017). Identification of Reservoir Efficiency Levels and A Way to Optimize and Maximize the Efficiency: Using Data Envelopmement Analysis, Qualitatitative and Other Quantitative Approach.

  4. Kazi Md Tarique (2017). Developing A Maqasid-based Performance Measurement Index for Islamic Banks.

  5. Shafie Sharif Mohamed (2017) Developing A New Model for Measuring Performance of Universities in Fragile Countries and Its Application in Somali Universities.

  6. Azilah bt Anis (2017). Enhancing the Quality of Education Provided by the Malaysian Private Higher Learning Institutions: Identifying and Ranking the Challenges and their Respective Critical Success Factors.

  7. Muhummad Khairul Islam (2015). Enhancing Service Quality of Islamic Banking System in Bangladesh: An Application of Quality Function Deployment (QFD).

  8. Abdul Rahman Ghassan Alseddiqi (2014). Total Quality Management Implementation in Higher Education of Saudi Arabia Public Universities: Challenges and Resolutions.

  9. Mohamad Shukri bin Abdul Hamid (2013). Modified Quality Function Deployment Process to Improve Quality of Teaching in Higher Education

  10. Mahbubul Haque (2012). A Survey on the Impact of Supply Chain Management and Knowledge Management Practices on Business Performance among Drug Manufacturers in the Pharmaceutical Industry of Bangladesh.

In Progress:
  1. Nagendran Periaiah, Decision Support for Environmental Impact Assessment in Malaysian Mining Industry Using Analytic Network Process.

  2. Deven Krishnan, Enhancing financial and non-financial performance of Malaysian National Oil Company.

  3. Omar Ben Abderrahmane, Identifying and Prioritising Critical Success Factors for Applying Blue Ocean Strategy in Algerian SMEs.

  4. Ismail Hossin, Implementation of TQM in Private Universities of Bangladesh: Challenges and Resolutions.

Ph.D. (Co-supervisor)

Completed:
  1. Kanesh A/L Gopal Rajaadurai (2017). The Influence of Service Quality on Parential Satisfaction: Evidence from Private Schools in Klang Valley.

  2. Rezbin Nahar (2017). Job Stress factors Affecting Quality of Work Life (QWL) among Employees of Bangladeshi Banks.

  3. Shatha Azat Hawarna (2017) Human Resource Management and Development

  4. Shaikha Adel Noori Jaber (2017). Economic Framework in a Smart City Based on Islamic Principles: The Case of Dubai.

  5. Selim Ahmed (2017). Challenges and Prospects for Implementing Six Sigma Applications in the Private Healthcare Sector in Malaysia.

  6. Norasekin binti Ab Rashid (2016). Collaboration and Logistics Control in Halal Food Industry Supply-chain.

  7. Jamalludin Helmi bin Hashim (2012). The Perceived Usefulness of Activity Based Costing (ABC) Information in a Non-Profit Multi-Campus University System: A Case of Universiti Technologi Mara (UiTM)

  8. Beik, Irfan Syauqi (2010). Social Impact of Zakat on the Poor's Living Standard in the Province of Jakarta, Indonesia.

In Progress:
  1. Lokman Effendi bin Ramli: The Effect of Islamic Religiosity and Spiritual Intelligence on Ethics and Leadership Effectiveness: A Study of Leaders in Malaysian Public Sector. (DBA Candidate)

  2. Loutfi Boulahlib, The Influence of Attitude and Subjective Norms of Malaysian Universities' Staff Towards the Philospphy of TQM.

  3. Norimah bt. Md. Dali, Developing a Livable City Model within the Islamic Framework of Maqasid al-Shariah: A Case Study of Shah Alam.

  4. Ismail J. Abusaada, Decision Making for Business Owners in Gaza Strip under Instability: A Historical Perspective.

  5. Erna Masfiza binti Mohamed Ramli, Implementation of Green Supply-chain Management Practices among Electrical and Electronics (E&E) Related Manufacturing Firms.

  6. Samah M. Mohammed Abdullah Mubarak, The Role of Taqwa in the Career Success of Muslim Managers in Malaysia.

Masters (MBA, MMgt, M.Sc)

  1. Ahmed, Selim (2010). Ranking of Motivational Factors by Employees and Employers: A Malaysian Case Study.

  2. Wahra, Ali Mohamed (2009). Time Management from an Islamic Perspective: An exploratory study

  3. Islam, Muhammad Khairul (2007). Strengthening Islamic Family Institution: An Application of Quality Function Deployment and Analytic Hierarchy Process.

  4. Hossain, Md. Tareq (2007). Operations Management Practices in Islamic Banks of Bangladesh: A Survey.

  5. Al-Zakwani, Dhikrayat (2006). Ranking of Employees' Preferred Reward/Recognition and Motivation Approaches: A Comparison between Malaysia and Sultanate of Oman.

  6. Al-Wahaibi, S. (2004). Identifying and Prioritizing Technical Requirements in Developing Quality Health-Care Software Using Quality Function Deployment.

  7. Saadi, M. (2003). Analysis of Students' Feedback for Continuous Improvement at Admission and Records Division at International Islamic University Malaysia.

  8. Jamal, S. (2001). Implementation of Suggestion System to Overcome the Students Absenteeism Problem.

  9. Khairuddin, Nor Azian, (2000). Improving Effectiveness in Classroom Teaching and Learning at Commerce Department in Ungku Omar Polytechnic, Ipoh, by Using Nominal Group Technique.

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