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Assoc Prof Dr Ezani Mat Hassan

Assoc Prof Dr Mohd Ezani Mat Hassan

email  m.ezani@ukm.my

phone + 603-89215742

Mohd Ezani Mat Hassan is an associate professor of Operations Management at the UKM-Graduate School of Business, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.  He received his BS (with double majors in Operations Management and Computer Science) and MS (in Industrial Management) degrees from Northern Illinois University, USA.  Subsequently, he received his Ph. D. degree from University of Newcastle, United Kingdom with his thesis titled “Quality Management in Malaysian Organizations: The Relevance of Values to Improvement Process”. Dr. Mohd Ezani has many years of experience teaching business mathematics, statistics, quantitative analysis and operations management courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels.  The operations management course that he taught includes topics such as supply chain management, inventory management and quality management. His current research interest is organizational competitiveness with a focus on operational values.  He advocated the importance of incorporating these values and regarded them as fundamentals to the maintenance and sustainability of organization or business.

Selected Journal Publication

Hamid, A.A., Agus, A., Mat Hassan, Mohd. E. (1991). Computerised materials requirement planning in manufacturing companies in Malaysia. International Journal of Production Economics, 25 (1-3), pp. 73-79.

Idris, F., Rahman, N.M.N.A., Hassan, M.E.M., Aminudin, N., Alolayyan, M.N. (2013). Validating dimensions of operations flexibility in Malaysian service firms: A confirmatory factor analytics approach. International Journal of Services and Operations Management, 14 (1), pp. 79-94.

Research Area


Operations Management (focussing on values and philosophy of management)

Area of Research

Core Operational Values (COV) and Decision Making Process

Core Operational Values (COV) and Organizational Performance


Operations Management and Decision Analysis, Advanced Organizational Management, Microeconomics of Competitiveness