Gamuda Berhad

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  • Case Study Of Gamuda Berhad

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    Introduction The company of my choice for this assignment would be Gamuda Berhad. The organization of my decision is a designing, property and groundwork business in Malaysia and it’s additionally lashing with operations in Asia and the Middle East Regions. Gamuda Berhad was consolidated on October 6, 1976 and was recorded on the fundamental leading body of Bursa Malaysia on 10 August 1992. The bunch's primary undertakings range from the development of Mass Rapid Transit lines, expressways, airplane

  • The Pros And Cons Of Maxs Berhad

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    Maxis Berhad and Axiata Group Berhad are two public-listed companies which is in the same industry. Both are in telecommunication services. These two companies have been active stocks since their launched. According To MIDF Research by MIDF Amanah Investment bank, Maxis Berhad get a better earnings performance than Axiata Group Berhad which only get a weaker earnings performance. Maxis Berhad earnings for 2016 is RM504 million and it gives an encouraging increase of 14.3%. This is because of Maxis

  • Financial Management Analysis

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    The seminal point came in 1972 when Merlin Hotels Malaysia Berhad merged with Faber Union SD Bud and Faber Merlin Malaysia Berhad was formed - a company which recognises the importance of change. Over the years, Faber Merlin Malaysia Berhad continues to diversify and grow in strength. Finally, on 22 November 1990, in recognition of the progress achieved by the company, Faber Merlin Malaysia Berhad changed its name to Faber Group Berhad with core businesses in Hospitality and Property. The group

  • Performance Management System Case Study

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    Performance management systems (PMS) framework acts as a research tool in depicting the structure and operation of PMS of an organization in a more holistic way (Otley, 2009). It was developed based on Otley’s (1999) performance management framework and Simon’s (1995) levers of control framework. Performance management framework proposed by Otley emphasizes five central issues which he contends are necessary to be taken into consideration as part of the process in developing the PMS structure. The

  • Strengths And Weaknesses Of Every Single Phase Model Of Globalization

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    and opinion from the senior to avoid. Small businesses have an advantage of obtaining from the larger company which will share the financial burden through the implementation of the new venture. For example, MMC Corporation joint venture with Gamuda Berhad in the project of building the MRT 2 that worth up to approximately RM15bil. In this joint venture of the two big companies are able to share the risk they face and pay off their responsibilities together. Not only that, skills may be insufficient

  • What Are The Strengths And Weaknesses Of Every Single Phase Model Of Globalization?

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    As McWilliam(2014) said, global business is the buying and selling of goods and services by people from different countries. Global business means the company doing trade internationally that they wish to extend their sales to others countries and gain more profit. Actually it is not that easy to form a global company, we should follow and understand the rules and agreements that involved during the global trading. Therefore, a company which wish to form a global business usually have to follow the

  • Statement Of Mechatronic Engineering

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    discussions, dividing tasks and make decisions that take into account make a judgment all in shaping the concept and strategy of the team before the game. In addition, communication among technicians is one thing that I practice while working in Unisem (M) Berhad because it is very important that we connect tasks of technicians working in shifts before and after that either through verbal communication or a memo. In addition, my experience as a technician in at normal shifts to test new socket, test board

  • Malaysia's Smart Tunnel

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    Executive Summary This report will discuss the infrastructure management of the Storm Water Management and Road Tunnel (SMART) of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This tunnel was built mainly to cater to the reoccurring flash floods that happened in the area, and to act as an alternate traffic route. It began construction in 2003 and was operational early 2007. A structure of such magnitude required in-depth designing and precise construction methods to ensure that the structure would

  • Case Study: Underpinning

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    Adding new foundation Method of Underpinning :In-Situ Construction start : 24th of September 2012 Cost : RM 20,000 per pile No of pile : 74 pile Contact person : Mr. Safuan Bin Suhaimi (Site Supervisor) 1.2 Company Background MMC Corporation Berhad (MMC) is a utilities and infrastructure group with interests in Transport & Logistics, Energy & Utilities and Engineering & Construction. MMC's key businesses include the Port of Tanjung Pelepas and Johor Port in the Transport