Nik Herda Nik Abdullah
Nik Herda Nik Abdullah
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Enhancing the governance of government linked companies via strategic management accounting practices and value creation
NHN Abdullah, J Said
Procedia Economics and Finance 28, 222-229, 2015
172015
ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION FOR SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE AND RISK MANAGEMENT: EVIDENCE FROM GOVERNMENT-LINKED COMPANIES IN MALAYSIA
J Said, M MahmudulAlam, NurNadiahZulkarnain, NHN Abdullah
International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research 14 (10 …, 2016
112016
Organizational learning orientation and sustainable competitive advantage: towards more accountable government-linked companies
N Zulkarnain, M Alam, NH Nik Abdullah, J Said
Zulkarnain, NN, Abdullah, NHN, Said, J., and Alam, MM, 95-114, 2016
7*2016
Corporate governance mechanism and financial performance: role of earnings management
E Savitri, A Andreas, A Syahza, TA Gumanti, NHN Abdullah
Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 7 (4), 3395, 2020
62020
Value creation and Government Linked Companies: Towards high level of accountability
NHN Abdullah, J Said
International Information Institute (Tokyo). Information 19 (8A), 3125, 2016
62016
Risk management and value creation: empirical findings from government linked companies in Malaysia
J Said, M Alam, NHN Abdullah, N Zulkarnain
62016
Musfialdy.(2020). How supply chain moderates the relationship of entrepreneurial orientation, adaptability strategy and government interference with performance
E Savitri, NHN Abdullah, J Said, A Syahza
International Journal of Supply Chain Management 9 (4), 355-362, 0
6
Gaining competitive advantage through new product development capability in Malaysian Government Linked Companies
NHN Abdullah
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS, SOCIAL, AND HUMANITIES 1 (1), 37-49, 2018
52018
Developing measurement of value creation in Malaysian Government Linked Companies using the Delphi technique
NHN Abdullah, J Said
42014
The influence of dynamic capabilities on strategic management accounting practices and its effect on value creation in government linked companies/Nik Herda Nik Abdullah
NHN Abdullah
Institute of Graduate Studies, UiTM 13 (13), 2018
32018
Innovation Risk and Sustainable Competitive Advantages: Empirical Assessment of Government-Linked Companies in Malaysia
J Said, M Alam, NHN Abdullah, N Zulkarnain, R Anugerah
32016
Assessing strategic management accounting practices in public interest companies in Malaysia
NHN Abdullah
Indonesian Journal of Economics, Social, and Humanities 2 (1), 13-25, 2020
22020
Improving accountability and sustainability through value creation and dynamic capabilities: an empirical study in public interest companies
NHN Abdullah, JT Darsono, H Respati, J Said
Polish Journal of Management Studies 19, 2019
22019
Strategic management accounting practices and value creation: towards good governance and accountability in government linked companies
NHN Abdullah, J Said
22016
Business Survival and Sustainability through Comprehensive Value Creation in Malaysian Government-Linked Companies
NHN Abdullah, J Said, E Savitri
International Journal of Business and Management 9 (2), 195-205, 2019
12019
Organizational Learning Orientation for More Competitive and Accountable Government-Linked Companies in Malaysia
N Zulkarnain, M Alam, NHN Abdullah, J Said
12016
Market Orientation for Better Accountability of Government-Linked Companies
J Said, M Alam, NHN Abdullah, N Zulkarnain
12016
The influence of strategy formation capability on firm’s value creation: An empirical review
NH Nik Abdullah, J Said
12015
Capital Structure and Company Value on State-Owned Enterprises
E Savitri, TA Gumanti, NHN Abdullah
Department of Marketing Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management …, 2021
2021
Budgeting Practices in Malaysian Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises During the Covid-19 Outbreak
NHN Abdullah, S Sanusi, E Savitri
Department of Marketing Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management …, 2021
2021
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