May Chiun Lo
May Chiun Lo
Faculty of Economics and Business, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
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The influence of leadership styles on employees’ job satisfaction in public sector organizations in Malaysia
ML Voon, MC Lo, KS Ngui, NB Ayob
International Journal of Business, Management and Social Sciences 2 (1), 24-32, 2011
4722011
Leadership styles and organizational commitment: a test on Malaysia manufacturing industry
MC Lo, T Ramayah, HW Min
African Journal of Marketing Management 1 (6), 133-139, 2009
1792009
The relationship between leadership styles and organizational commitment in Malaysia: role of leader–member exchange
MC Lo, T Ramayah, HW Min, P Songan
Asia Pacific business review 16 (1-2), 79-103, 2010
1522010
Impact of shared beliefs on “perceived usefulness” and “ease of use” in the implementation of an enterprise resource planning system
T Ramayah, MC Lo
Management Research News 30 (6), 420-431, 2007
1322007
Market orientation, service quality and organizational performance in service organizations in Malaysia
T Ramayah, N Samat, MC Lo
Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration 3 (1), 8-27, 2011
1312011
The role of quality factors in intention to continue using an e-learning system in Malaysia
T Ramayah, NH Ahmad, MC Lo
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 2 (2), 5422-5426, 2010
1032010
An Investigation of Leader Member Exchange Effects on Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Malaysia.
MC Lo, T Ramayah, J Kueh Swee Hui
Journal of Business & Management 12 (1), 2006
982006
Dimensionality of organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) in a multicultural society: The case of Malaysia
MC Lo, T Ramayah
International Business Research 2 (1), 48-55, 2009
952009
Mentoring and job satisfaction in Malaysian SMEs
MC Lo, T Ramayah
journal of management development 30 (4), 427-440, 2011
882011
Explaining intention to use an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system: an extension of the UTAUT model
M Ling Keong, T Ramayah, S Kurnia, L May Chiun
Business Strategy Series 13 (4), 173-180, 2012
612012
Does transformational leadership style foster commitment to change? The case of higher education in Malaysia
MC Lo, T Ramayah, EC De Run
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 2 (2), 5384-5388, 2010
612010
Quality of work life and turnover intention: a partial least square (PLS) approach
L Surienty, T Ramayah, MC Lo, AN Tarmizi
Social indicators research 119 (1), 405-420, 2014
592014
Rural tourism destination competitiveness: a study on Annah Rais Longhouse Homestay, Sarawak
CH Chin, MC Lo, P Songan, V Nair
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 144, 35-44, 2014
532014
Relationship between knowledge management and organizational performance: a test on SMEs in Malaysia
ST Ha, MC Lo, YC Wang
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 224, 184-189, 2016
502016
Market orientation and organizational performance: The moderating role of service quality
CH Chin, MC Lo, T Ramayah
Sage Open 3 (4), 2158244013512664, 2013
452013
Discriminant analysis: An illustrated example
T Ramayah, NH Ahmad, HA Halim, SRM Zainal, MC Lo
African Journal of Business Management 4 (9), 1654-1667, 2010
452010
Testing a causal model of internet piracy behavior among university students
T Ramayah, NH Ahmad, LG Chin, MC Lo
European Journal of Scientific Research 29 (2), 206-214, 2009
432009
Resistance to change and ERP implementation success: The moderating role of change management initiatives
Z Ahmed, I Zbib, S Arokiasamy, T Ramayah, LM Chiun
Asian Academy of Management Journal 11 (2), 1-17, 2006
422006
The critical success factors for organizational performance of SMEs in Malaysia: a partial least squares approach
MC Lo, YC Wang, CRJ Wah, T Ramayah
Revista brasileira de gestão de negócios 18 (61), 370-391, 2016
362016
The impact of local communities’ involvement and relationship quality on sustainable rural tourism in rural area, Sarawak. The moderating impact of self-efficacy
FS Fun, LM Chiun, P Songan, V Nair
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 144, 60-65, 2014
352014
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