Dr Basharat Ali
School of Engineering, IT and Physical Sciences
Basharat completed his 1st PhD (Tech, Ops & Logistics) from Northern University of Malaysia, two masters (e-commerce and ICT Adv.) from Uni. of Wollongong, Australia and B.Eng. (Comp. Sys) from MUET, Pakistan. He relates to almost fifteen years of national and international experience in academia, training, mgmt. and industry consultancy, working with Telstra Australia, MEC (Coventry University, UK) and UUM Malaysia. Also, he has conducted academic trainings and workshops on research methods (from research design to data analysis through latest Structural Equation Modelling approaches and SPSS), for post-grad students and academicians.
Skilled in quantitative and qualitative research techniques within the built environment using PLS-SEM (SmartPLS, AMOS, NVivo, and SPSS) technique, his research interest includes: innovation mgmt., religiosity, consumer psychology, HRM, education and technology mgmt. He has numerous international publications, published with Scopus and peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings to his credit. Basharat has recently joined CeRDI to pursue HDR.
Precision conservation agricultural practices (PCAPs) and agriculture performance: the moderating role of FAIRness of data and resilience
Based on the 2050 projection of agriculture production and the evaluation of environmental impacts of substitute ways to meet the future food demand, it has been established that the environmental implications of meeting this demand depends on the mechanism adopted by global agriculture.
- Conference Papers, Presentations & Abstracts
Ali, B. (July, 2019). Role of Leadership on the Relationship between Technology Readiness, Trust and Digital Agriculture in Australia. Federation University HDR Conference, Ballarat, Australia.
Ali, B., Baluch, N. H., &Udin, Z. M. (2014). A Theological Approach towards Electronic Commerce Trust Building in Sultanate of Oman: an Analysis based on Rogers’ Theory of Diffusion of Innovation. International Conference on Applied Information and Communications Technology 2014 Conference, Middle East College, Muscat, Oman. 651-655
Ali, B., Baluch, N. H., & Udin, Z. M. (2014). Diffusion of E-Commerce (B2C) in Oman through Education Sector -An Analysis based on E.M. Rogers’ theory of Diffusion of Innovations (DoI) 1995. International Conference on Technology and Operation Management 2014, Conference, School of Technology Management & Logistics, Northern University Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 624-628.
- Journal Papers
(In press) The Mediating Effect of Innovation in the Relationship between IT Governance and Organizational Performance in Public Sector: A Hierarchical Component Modelling in PLS-SEM using Reflective Formative Model. Information Technology and Management.
Sagheer, O., Ali, B & Aman, S. (2018). Project Manager Competency and Innovativeness as moderators of the relationship between CSR and Organizational Sustainability, 6(2), 55-64.
Ali, B., Nawanir, G., Nasidi, Y., & Bamgbade, J. A. (2016). Examining Technology Readiness Constructs: A Validation Study. Journal of Advanced Research in Business and Management Studies, 71-84.
Nasidi, Y., Bamgbade, J. A., Adeleke, A. Q., & Ali, B. (2016). Effect of Government Policy on the Relationship between Organizational Resources and Construction Waste Management. Journal of Advanced Research in Applied Sciences and Engineering Technology, 30-47.
Ali, B., Baluch, N., &Udin, Z. M. (2015, October).The Moderating Effect of Religiosity on the Relationship between Trust and Diffusion of Electronic Commerce. Journal of Modern Applied Science, 176 -187. doi: 10.5539/mas.v9n13p176.
Ali, B., Baluch, N., &Udin, Z. M. (2015, October).The Moderating Effect of Religiosity on the Relationship between Technology Readiness and Diffusion of Electronic Commerce. Journal of Modern Applied Science, 52-60. doi: 10.5539/mas.v9n12p52.