Khairul Mizan Taib

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The competitive pressure in business environment has increased tremendously especially in the knowledge based economy. As a result, companies from various industries around the world have invested millions in embarking the Knowledge Management Systems (KMS) and Competitive Intelligence (CI) activities to manage information and knowledge resources in their(More)
The transtheoretical model (TTM) has been used as one of the major constructs in developing effective cognitive behavioural interventions for smoking cessation and relapse prevention, in Western societies. This study aimed to examine the reliability and construct validity of the translated Bahasa Malaysia version of TTM questionnaire among adult smokers in(More)
The role of The Transtheoretical Model (TTM) in predicting relapse is limited. We aimed to assess whether this model can be utilised to predict relapse during the action stage. The participants included 120 smokers who had abstained from smoking for at least 24 hours following two Malaysian universities' smoking cessation programme. The smokers who relapsed(More)
Knowledge is recognised as an important asset in any organisations these days. Unfortunately, many organisations are not doing enough to effectively manage this important asset in creating and maintaining their competitive advantage. The objective of this study was to investigate the implementation of knowledge management in a government research institute(More)
Academic institutions have developed the institution-wide e-portfolios under the label of institutional learning management systems (ILMS) applicable for teaching and learning (TL) for both educators and students. In addition to ILMS, individual educator has established a variety of e-portfolios dedicated for personalized TL upon a variety of platforms,(More)
INTRODUCTION This study aims to identify the predictors of a 6-month quitting success among employees involved in workplace smoking cessation with low-intensity smoke-free policy. MATERIALS AND METHODS A multicentre prospective cohort study was conducted among employees from 2 different public universities in Malaysia. Interventions include at least 2(More)
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