:: International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies
FEATURE PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE
Joyce F.Y. Leu (Department of Business Studies, HELP University, MALAYSIA),
Masri Ridzuan (Faculty of Management and Business, Manipal International University, MALAYSIA).
Disciplinary: Management Science (SME Business Management, Digital Business Management, HRM, Technology in Business Management).
Keywords: Omni-channel retailing; Talent management; Malaysia apparel business; Apparel SMEs; Digital business; Dynamic capabilities; Online apparel firm; Digital talent; Business digital infrastructure; Talented employees, Apparel business strategy; ASEAN business.
Paper ID: 11A15I
Cite this article:
Leu, J.F.Y., Ridzuan, M. (2020). Talent Management and the Digital Journey: Case Studies on the Apparel SMEs in Malaysia. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies, 11(15), 11A15I, 1-11.
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