Dr Md Zahidul Islam

zahidul.islam@ubd.edu.bn

Associate Professor, UBD School of Business and Economics



          

Md Zahidul Islam is an Associate professor of Management in the School of Business and Economics at the University Brunei Darussalam (UBD). Dr. Zahid earned his Ph.D. and MBA degrees from the University of Science Malaysia (USM). He received his BA (Honors) degree from the Aligarh Muslim University, India. Previously he worked with universities in Bangladesh and Malaysia. Dr. Zahid has years of active teaching, consultancy, and research experience in Strategic Management, Human Resource Management, and Knowledge Management. Dr. Islam's research interests include Strategic Knowledge Management, Strategic Management, New Product Development, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Enterprise Resources Planning.

His research work has appeared in such journals as International Journal of Information Management, Management Decision, Journal of Database Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Environmental Management, VINE: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, and International Journal of Managing Projects in Business.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Strategic Knowledge Management
Strategic Management

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

1. Ishak, N.A., Islam, M.Z., and Sumardi, W.A. (2021). Human resource management practices in creating a committed workforce for fostering knowledge transfer: a theoretical framework. VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems. https://doi.org/10.1108/VJIKMS-02-2020-0020
2.Islam, M.Z., Said, T.F. and Sumardi, W.A. Rahman, S. (2020). Factor Affecting Organizational Effectiveness: A proposed framework for Brunei’s Public Sector. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management, 11(20), 15-27.
2. Islam, M. Z., Jasimuddin, S.M. and Hasan, I. (2018). Determinants that influence Knowledge Sharing: An Integrated Literature Review. International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies, 9(4), 363-380.
4. Rahman, M. H., Moonesar, I. A, Hossain, M. M. and Islam, M. Z. (2018). Influence of Organizational Culture on Knowledge Transfer: Evidence from the Government of Dubai. Journal of Public Affairs, 18: e 1696.
5. Islam, M. Z., Jasimuddin, S.M. and Hasan, I. (2017). The Role of Technology and Socialization in Linking Organizational Context and Knowledge Conversion: The Case of Malaysian Service Organizations, International Journal of Information Management, 37(5), 497-503.

TOP PUBLICATIONS

1. Nah, F. F., Islam, M. Z., and Matthew, T. (2007). Empirical Assessment of Factors Influencing the Success of Enterprise Resource Planning Implementations. Journal of Database Management, 18(4), 26-50.
2. Islam, M.Z., Low, K. C., and Hasan, I. (2013). Intention to Use Advanced Mobile Phone Services. Management Decision, 51(4). 824-838.
3. Ahmed, S. U., Islam, M. Z., Mahtab, H., and Hasan, I. (2014). Institutional Investment and Corporate Social Performance: Linkage Towards
Sustainable Development. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 21(1), 1-13.
4. Islam, M. Z., Jasimuddin, S.M. and Hasan, I. (2017). The Role of Technology and Socialization in Linking Organizational Context and Knowledge Conversion: The Case of Malaysian Service Organizations, International Journal of Information Management, 37(5), 497-503.
5. Ishak, N.A., Islam, M.Z., and Sumardi, W.A. (2021). Human resource management practices in creating a committed workforce for fostering knowledge transfer: a theoretical framework. VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems. https://doi.org/10.1108/VJIKMS-02-2020-0020

GRANT DETAILS

1. Creating a committed workforce in Brunei's service organisations:
The role of organisational factors, job satisfaction and job involvement
Role: Principal Investigator (PI)
Amount: BND 15,420 (UBD Faculty Research Grant)

2. Unhiding knowledge in Brunei's service sector: Examining the roles of social capital, perceived value of knowledge, and perceived organisational politics.
Role: Principal Investigator (PI)
Amount: BND 14,370 (UBD Faculty Research Grant)