Wrote PhD thesis on ‘The use of order frequency in multi criteria inventory to reduce days cover of finished goods inventory for FMCG industries’. Wrote MBA thesis on ‘Order Frequency Analysis (OFA) in the sewing industry’ , a technique to improve customer service for batch industries through simulation for inventory management and capacity planning.
Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, Global Logistics Management & Human Resource Management
2017 – Doctor of Philosophy (Management by Research) – Inti International University, December 2017
1996 – Master of Business Administration – University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
2018 – Bachelor of Management (HRM) Degree – Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia.
1994 – Diploma in Management – Distinction – Malaysian Institute of Management, KL
2008 – 2017 Senior Lecturer, Inti International University
2018 – Present Senior Lecturer, Malaysia University of Science and Technology
20 years corporate experience in demand planning in sewing thread industry.
Awards and Honors
First class honors in BOM(HRM) undergraduate program with Multi Media University(2008), Competent Toastmaster (CTM) award in 2000, (Received Bronze award for outstanding DIMP results in 1994. Train the Trainer certificate (HRDF certified, 2008).
1.Published article ‘Safety stocks: Arbitrary versus Statistical method’. to International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management Research (IJAEMR). Volume 2, Issue 5, September 2017, pp 1561-1578. Link : http://ijaemr.com/view1.php?issue=5
2.Published article ‘Target days versus actual days of finished goods inventory in fast moving consumer goods’ to International Business Research (IBR), Volume 10, Issue 6, June 2017, pp 19-34.
3.Published article ‘Malaysian private education quality: Application of SERVQUAL model to International Education Studies journal which is a Scopus indexed journal by the Canadian Center of Science and Education. International Education
Studies (IES), Volume 6, Issue 4, April 2013, pp164-170.
4.Presented paper called ‘Viewing global warming from a worst-case scenario’ at Inti organized conference ICTL2010 in Cyberjaya, Selangor