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LITERATURE REVIEW TRACKING LOG

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
TOPIC: DEPENDENT VARIABLE

 EFFECTIVENESS OF KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER IN MBA PROGRAMS IN MEETING


INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

LITERATURE REVIEW: IND VAR 1, IND VAR 2, IND VAR 3

 IV 1: INNOVATIVE ATTITUDE
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Journal Country date
Angeline Tay, Management’s perception of Journal of 28/9/18
J1 (2001) MBA graduates in Malaysia Management
Development,
Malaysia Vol. 20 No. 3,
2001, pp. 258-274

Review Sixty-seven percent of 112 organizations surveyed employ MBA graduates in higher
positions in their organizations. There is no preference for graduates from specific
business schools. MBAs with good work ethics, sound management and leadership
skills as well as critical thinking and analytical abilities, are more likely to be hired. It
is perceived that in future, employers expect more MBAs with the ability to
understand local, Asian and global business practices. In summary, there is a greater
propensity in the industry for employing MBA graduates with astute higher order
thinking skills for senior management positions who will be able to exhibit innovative
skills. However, the concern in the market is over the quality of graduates who are
seeking employments in higher positions in the business organizations to be able to
handle challenges emerging from the forces of globalization.
Mohandas Higher Education Pedagogy: Seminar Papers 27/9/18
J2 Menon, (2016) Theoretical Basis for on Emerging
Developments in Practice Higher Education:
Malaysia Theoretical Basis
for Developments
in Practice, WOU,
Feb 2016

Review Since time immemorial, education in human civilization began through an informal
process of socialization. Teaching has over several centuries of development
transformed from a simple educational function into a complex profession. It is seen
today as a very specialized function involving pedagogic principles and practices
designed to provide unique service to meet the educational needs of the individual
and of society. Studies had evolved on pedagogical theories that led to today’s
understanding of the learner and learning, as well as teaching-learning processes at
different age levels in higher education. That said, from available literature it has
been established that philosophical postulates and theoretical propositions have
contributed to the development of pedagogical principles that underlie good
teaching-learning models and practices in higher education.

Nor Hafizah The G.E.T Conceptual Model: International 29/9/18


J3 Ismail, (2016) Teaching and Learning Journal of
Environment For Millennials Economics,
Malaysia Commerce and
Management
United Kingdom
Vol. IV, Issue 4,
April 2016

Review Technological innovations in the digital world has transformed the way communities
socialize and learn. In this millennium, various virtual communities among the
millennials of the world are discovering interesting ways of learning new ideas
through rapid technological changes. Such developments are challenging the current
methods of classroom engagement in the academic environment. Students want to
be active participants in the learning process. As a result, studies are underway
exploring new strategies, such as on the G.E.T (Group work, Hands-on Learning,
Technology) conceptual model which aims to help academics transform their
teaching and learning environment to suit the millennials taste for acquiring new
information and knowledge. It is discernible that the academic environment is on a
continuous pursuit in exploring new ways to consolidate an effective and relevant
pedagogical strategy to effect knowledge transfer.
Balakrishnan Issues And Challenges Of Regional 29/9/18
J4 Muniappan, Management Education In conference on
(2007) Malaysia quality in higher
education “Quality
Malaysia driven initiatives:
sharing good
practices in higher
education"

Review An extensive period of study and also a review of literature in field of management
education in Malaysia indicate that Institutions of Higher Learning had failed in
not producing the required quality graduates who can meet the needs of the
industry. Producing employable graduates both in terms of quality and
quantity is the prescribed objectives of any IHL besides research and
development activities. However, the study indicates protracted plethora of
issues in management education in Malaysia.