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Title: Innovative Improvement Towards Sustainability And Growth In A Military Institute Of Higher Learning: The Case Of Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia
Authors: Mohd Fadhzil Bin Zainol 
Keywords: Universities and colleges -- Universiti Pertahanan Malaysia;Education, Higher--Malaysia;Strategic planning
Issue Date: Jun-2022
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
A military based educational institution is essential to the country’s development
especially in the aspect of defence and security. Managing such institution has its own
challenges. As the youngest public university, there are many challenges and obstacles
that need to be addressed in order for UPNM to remain relevant, sustainable and thrive
like other public universities. The overall scope of this study is confined within the
organisation’s activities based on five areas and segments namely Management,
Finance, Operations Management, Marketing, and Strategic Management. The
objectives of this study is to determine issues faced by the organisation based on the
five aforementioned areas and provide appropriate practical recommendations to the
organisation. Case studies are used for this study and applied research was chosen as
the research methodology. This study uses Quantitative research with questionnaire and
secondary data used as tools in this research. Within the given time frame, four
functional diagnostics and one strategic area have been identified to provide the
diagnostic analysis needed. The implication of this study include: i) to assist the
organisation to grow faster and emerge as an excellent educational institution, ii) cost
saving for the university, iii) determine issues and propose practical solutions. The
impact or outcome of this diagnostic analysis from the study is that UPNM is expected
to apply a new set of assessment for recruitment and selection process for non-academic
staff (Case 1), strengthen the operation process of human resource data management
system (Case 2), Cost Effective Expenditure for Contract Staff Emolument (Case 3),
utilising social media tools as marketing platform to enhance student enrolment (Case
4), provide proper human resource strategic plan for training and development (Case
Matric: 4180003 (FEM)-Restricted
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