NORZAINI AZMAN, PhD is an Associate Professor of Adult and Higher Education at the Faculty of Education, UKM.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Generic Skills Provision in Higher Education: A Malaysian Perspective

This paper explores models of generic skills provision across disciplines in Malaysian Higher Education.

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Managing with a Difference: Governing University Research with Innovation and Creativity

This paper discusses research development strategy based on Research and Innovation Continuum that has been adopted to manage research activities in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

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The Transformation of the Academic Profession in Malaysia: Trends and Issues on Institutional Governance and Management

This paper analyses some findings and implications of the governance and management issues derived from the study on The Changing Boundaries of the Academic Profession in Malaysia.

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The Academic Promotion Process in Malaysian Public Universities: In Search of Best Practices

This article describes the different critera and weightings used to determine the academic promotion processes in Malaysian public universities and considers policy and approaches to altering the academic promotion system.

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Problem-based Learning in English for a Second Language Classroom: Students’ Perspectives

This study assessed the implementation of problem-based learning in a English for Second Language classroom at a local university in Malaysia.

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Academic Managers or Leaders? Developing a New Paradigm of Academic Leadership for University Organization

This paper presents an integrated and systematic conception of academic leadership identity and roles. A holistic academic leadership and management model is proposed with its implications on organisational structure.

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Malaysian Public Universities Governance System: A Compromise between Collegiality, Autonomy and Corporate Management Approaches

This paper seeks to understand how a selected Malaysian public university's managers perceive themselves to be handling the trends and issues on institutional governance and management.

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