Results

Final Conference, 4. 9. - 5. 9. 2019,Yogyakarta,Indonesia

Table of Contents

1. Dzienis, A.: Communication with Stakeholders: A Key Tool in Project Manager’s Inventory, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

2. Husin, M. – Omar, R. – Zamil, N.A. – Khalid, H.: Maximizing Research Impact and Sustaining Community - University Partnerships, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

3. Indarti, N. – Noekent, V.: Strengthening research Environment in an Indonesian Public University, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia   

4. Isfianadewi, D. – Fadhlurrahman, M. G.: Improved Business Performance through Product and Process Innovation: Dynamic Environment and Competitiveness as Moderation Variables, Universitas Islam Indonesia & Universitas Gadjah Mada , Indonesia

5. McCaleb, A.: Gamification in Learning Process, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

6. Omar, R.: SAIQOR: A Pathway for MyRA 2.0, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

7. Orviská, M. – Hliadlovský, V. – Huňady, J.: Measuring and Improving Research Impact: Traditional and Alternative Approaches, Matej Bel University, Slovakia

8. Panyagometh, A.: Impact and Quality of research Status Quo in Thailand: From the Government Policy to Institutional Level (NIDA Case), International College of NIDA, Thailand

9. Radjasa, O. K.: Assessment of Research Performance of Higher Education in Indonesia, Directorate of Research and Community Services, Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Indonesia

10. Raharjo, W. – Prihatmaji, P.Y.: Societal Impact of Research: Lessons from an Indonesian Private University, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia

11. Rasmequan, S. – Theerasak, W.: The Framework for Developing BUUIC's Research Performance, Burapha University International College, Thailand

12.Roslin, M.R.: Agile Researchers and the Demands of Academia, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

13. Sedliačik, I. – Krištofík, P.: Assessment of Research Performance at Matej Bel University, Matej Bel University, Slovakia

14. Suntrayuth, S.: Measuring the Impact of Academic Research: The Move Beyond Impact Factor from the Thai Perspectives, International College of NIDA, Thailand

15. Tan, P. L.: Research Impact: Passion or Promotion, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

16. Utomo, H.: Exploring Commercialization Strategies of Research-based Innovation in Higher Education, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

17. Weresa, M. A.: Research Impact Assessment: Insights for South East Asian Countries from Experience of Poland, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

18. Zamil, N. A.: Industry - Academic Relationship: A Comparison of European and SEA Universities in Enhancing Research Impact, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

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