Research at AHIBS is multidisciplanry across different business fields. We have research projects that spread across different spectrum which include applied research, action research and case study writing. AHIBS research team has many collaborative projects with industry and government. Our researchers also conduct local and international research and consultancy projects in collaboration with government and leading multinational companies.
AHIBS Research Groups
AHIBS Research Groups are dynamic and community-oriented, providing many opportunities for collaboration and innovation. Our academics conduct a world class research and are recognized in establishing partnership with industry and community. Learn more about the diverse research groups that committed in all areas in business and management, include: business strategy, innovation, economics, entrepreneurship, information systems, social value, marketing and service quality.
AHIBS Action Research
At AHIBS, our students are exposed to Action Research approach for their final dissertation. It is a reflective process that allows for inquiry and discussion as components of the “research.” The action research project allows students to collaborate with industry to solve real world problems. Action research is a powerful tool for industry-academia collaboration.
As part of their action research journey, students have to undergo two important events in AHIBS:
AHIBS In-House Publication
Through team-work between senior and junior faculties, from academic and industry backgrounds, AHIBS UTM passionately work to contribute in bridging knowledge gaps by developing its own journal – International Journal of Innovation and Business Strategy (IJIBS), performing discussion research group called AHIBS Oasis, and providing contextual-based training.
Current Issues in IJIBS
Stakeholders’ Involvement as a Determinant of Students’ Academic…
Sulyman Kamaldeen Olohundare
Internal Quality Management Strategies of Universities in Kwara State,…
Awodiji, Omotayo A., Ijaiya, Nike Y. S., Akinnubi, Olaolu P
Telecommute Acceptance and Work Performance: A Multiple Regression Analysis
Yap Zhan Zhang, Lim Qiao Yee, Mohd Khairudin Ruslan, Mohd Nizam Ibrahim, Joan Na Kelun, Yee Jia Jun
Gender Equality at the Workplace: Malaysia’s Stance and Prevailing…
Noraliza Jalal, Reena Baskaran, Nirosha Tanga Rajoo, Sharmini Nair Prathaban, Prasath Ambalagan