The effect of learning university movement in universiti industri selangor

Rosli Hasan, Mohd Zaidi Mohd Hajazi, Jamilah Mustaffa, Yanti Rosli

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The challenges of globalization influence various knowledge seeking capabilities and learning-related strategies in education provider institutions. The need to implement the learning university (LU) movement impacted the employees’ in a few ways in terms of employees’ perceptions on the INPUT, PROCESS and OUTPUT or the intent of UNISEL vision, learning organizational factors (LOF) and job satisfaction of the academia. The effect of different combinations of sub-variables of the three change variables was based on the theoretical framework of the study. The research used the sequential explanatory strategy combining the collection and the analysis of the quantitative and qualitative data followed by the triangulation of the data sets to verify the evidences from the data sets. The correlation and the regression analysis methods were applied in the study where a questionnaire was used as the instrument on 191 subjects. The interview method was used in the second phase based on the findings of the quantitative data. The result of the quantitative findings indicates that there was a positive alignment but of irregular significant (p ≤ 0.05) correlations values between the three variables; vision intent and LOF (r = 0_80); LOF and job satisfaction (r = 0.67), and vision intent and job satisfaction was r = 0.57. The triangulation of quantitative and qualitative data showed almost similar results but revealed some elements of surprises and discrepancies leading to unexpected findings in the study. The study relooks into the management model and the theories of learning to understand phenomena about the academia’s drive to take an active role in the LU change agenda. The study discusses the challenges, the effects and the implications of found in the study that might be useful for organizations to reassess and to renew their competitive positioning amidst the complex and unpredictable environment.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1188-1192
Number of pages5
JournalAdvanced Science Letters
Volume23
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2017

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  • Learning university
  • Principles of change agenda
  • Theories
  • Triangulation

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The effect of learning university movement in universiti industri selangor. / Hasan, Rosli; Hajazi, Mohd Zaidi Mohd; Mustaffa, Jamilah; Rosli, Yanti.

In: Advanced Science Letters, Vol. 23, No. 2, 01.02.2017, p. 1188-1192.

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Hasan, Rosli ; Hajazi, Mohd Zaidi Mohd ; Mustaffa, Jamilah ; Rosli, Yanti. / The effect of learning university movement in universiti industri selangor. In: Advanced Science Letters. 2017 ; Vol. 23, No. 2. pp. 1188-1192.
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