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Dimensions of Knowledge Management Maturity:  Top Management Support and Leadership, People, and Information Technology

Noreen Natasha Azmee, Norliya Ahmad Kassim and Che Zainab Haji Abdullah

Faculty of Information Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA UiTM

Abstract

Knowledge management (KM) has been applied in many organizations such as government agencies, construction companies, universities and libraries. Assessing the KM maturity in organization is important to identify the current status of KM and areas of KM could be improved. Very little evidence exists regarding KM maturity specifically in academic libraries. In view of this gap, the main purpose of this paper is to explore the dimensions of KM maturity in academic libraries namely top management support and leadership, people and information technology. Further research is required to establish the relationship between KM maturity and organizational performance in academic libraries.

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The Need for Research on Record Keeping Metadata Standardization of Electronic Health Records System Integration

Seri Intan Idayu Shahrul Asari, Nurussobah Hussin and Ahmad Zam Hariro Samsudin

Faculty of Information Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA UiTM

Abstract

The implemented system still has limited integration and interoperability for supporting clinical operations among other Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOHM) hospitals, health centres, and clinics. The adoption of EHR system is happening very slowly to become fully integrated in both primary care and within hospital settings. Therefore, the objectives of this paper are to discuss about the challenges in EHR integration and the consideration towards metadata standardization. It is also to analyse the current status of such research topics in it relevancy, the dominant countries involve and the subject areas that contributed the most. Method being used in this is paper is literature review analysis and Scopus analyse tools. This papers begin with the explanation of general metadata that is required in system integration. Then the discussion highlighted the importance of metadata in electronic document management. Furthermore, the discussion reveals the challenges or barriers includes interoperability, security and privacy and preservation regarding electronic health records system integration. The important part of this paper is the analysis of related research. It is important in recognizing the relevancy of research topic and the area that has been explored by previous researchers. The findings conclude that the topics is demanded to be explore further and there is more to reveals especially in the management areas.

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Research on Work Performance and Job Design in Southeast Asia Countries: A Publication Review                                     

Mohd Faizal Hamzah                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Faculty of Information Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)                                                                                  

Abstract

Southeast Asia is a dynamic, competitive and full of expertise continent in various professions. The vibrant of working environment nowadays required employees to work hard and proactive. Performance and competence are key indicators to achieve the mission and vision of the organization. These situations transform the employees to work harder and multitask. As a result, employees are experiencing job stress and dissatisfaction with their working environment. Therefore, researchers are trying to discover what the elements that can motivate employees to excel are. These scenarios increase the research on work performance and job design among the employees in Southeast Asia. Unfortunately, both concepts seem to be unpopular to study among the researchers as some of the industries are ignoring job design in the work performance study. Furthermore, the numbers of literature searches on both concepts are very limited. The objective of this paper is to identify a total of publication on work performance and job design among Southeast Asia researchers. The data was generated from few prominent databases. The data will help other researchers to study the factor contributing towards the aforementioned scenario. There are glaring grammatical errors throughout the text. Please find language editor and  proof read

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