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Welcome to the International Conference on Social Entrepreneurship (ICSE) 7-9 November 2014.


We are pleased to announce the schedule of our prestigious Keynote Speakers:


7 November 2014 (Friday)

Day 1 

9.00 am – 10.00 am


Keynote Speaker:


Tan Sri Razali Ismail


Pro Chancellor of USM and the Chairman of the Global Movement of Moderates Foundation

Razali Ismail,  retired from government in 1998, with 10 years as Malaysia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations.  At the UN, Razali Ismail served in various capacities: Group of 77,  UN Security Council, Commission on Sustainable Development and President of the  General Assembly developing positions on development, sustainability, governance, UN reforms, and on the political security.  He keeps abreast on these subjects, home and abroad, and holds posts in Malaysia related to these issues. He was the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Myanmar 2000-2005.

Razali Ismail is the Pro Chancellor of Universiti Sains Malaysia. He  heads an NGO project, Yayasan Chow Kit, on street and displaced children; sits on the Board of the Razak School of Government, and is Chairman of the Global Movement of Moderates Foundation.  He participates in the “Foreign Policy Study Group”.


September 2014




2.45 pm – 3.45 pm


 Keynote Speaker :


Professor Albert Teo

  National University of Singapore

Albert Chu-Ying Teo is an associate professor in the Department of Management & Organization, Business School, National University of Singapore (NUS). He served as the founding director of the Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy in the NUS Business School from July 2008 to June 2011. He has a joint appointment with the NUS University Scholars Programme, and serves as a deputy director of the programme. He set up the Chua Thian Poh Community Leadership Programme (an undergraduate leadership program in NUS that focuses on community building and development) in November 2011, and serves as the director of the program.


Albert received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in 1992 and 1994, respectively, from the Walter A Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. He obtained his first degree of B. Soc. Sci. (Hons.) in 1986 from National University of Singapore. In 2002, he was a visiting scholar in Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business, and University of Melbourne's Department of Management.


Albert’s current research interests are in the areas of social entrepreneurship, philanthropy and voluntarism, organizational ecology, social networks, and strategic alliances. He has published in journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, and Industrial and Corporate Change.                                                                 


Albert is actively involved in community service. He is a volunteer program coordinator in Patient Care Center (a social services organization that runs various support programs for people living with HIV/AIDS), and serves as a management committee member of Catholic AIDS Response Effort (a Catholic ministry that runs a shelter for homeless people living with HIV/AIDS). He also serves on the boards of directors of the following non-profit organizations: ASKI Global (which conducts capacity-building programs for migrant workers in Singapore), Impact Investment Shujog (which engages in advocacy, research and capacity-building efforts to build up the social enterprise and impact investment sectors in Asia), Solutions To End Poverty (which facilitates poverty-alleviation programs in Asia, and conducts service-learning programs for youth leaders in Singapore), and SquAIR Roots (which reconnects people and communities with nature and plants).





8 November 2014 (Saturday)

Day 2                                    

9.00 am – 10.00 am


Keynote Speaker:


Professor Dileep Kumar M


Graduate School Of Business UUM


Dileep Kumar M. MA (HR), MSW – HRM), MPhil (Labour Studies), PhD (OB), PGDHRM, PGDCA, PGDM, DHA, DLL, (UGC-NET -India)

Professor – HRM/OB/ Strategic Management
Head of Leadership, Innovation and Change Group
Telephone:+604-9287144 | Email:

Teaching interest: Organisational Behaviour, Performance management, Competency mapping and profiling, Change Management, Innovation and Technology through HR, Entrepreneurship, Consumer Behaviour, Strategic Management, Research Methodology and Quantitative Research.

Research interest: Organisational Behaviour, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, Consumer Behaviour, and Strategic Management.

Dr. Dileep Kumar M is a Visiting Professor and Resident Faculty of OYA-GSB, University of Utara, Malaysia. He is having 17 years of experience teaching, research, consultancy and training. He has worked at many prestigious institutes in India and abroad like Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE), Sultanate of Oman, Ministry of Manpower (MoMP), Sultanate of Oman, Symbiosis Centre for Management and HRD (SCMHRD), India, International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), etc. India.

With a double post graduate in Human Resource Management, MPhil in labor studies and Doctorate in Organisational Behaviour, he has written 80 short case studies in the area of OB/HR and Management, 119 international and national peer reviewed journal publications and 56 online publications (, He has presented 45 papers in international and national conferences and the papers are published in the conference proceedings. He has written 6 books and 3 monographs so far in the area of business management. He chaired several International and National Conferences and the Keynote Speaker in management conferences in India, Indonesia, Dubai, Oman and Malaysia. He obtained best research paper awards in the SJBIT National Conference, in 2009 and Institute of Public Enterprise National Conference, Hyderabad in 2009. He has selected as best employee in Ministry of Manpower Colleges, Sultanate of Oman, during 2010. He got the 'outstanding performer in academics' recognition from the Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE), Sultanate of Oman in 2011. He has guided more than 1000 Postgraduate students, MPhill students and now guiding PhD students.

He is the editor of Journal of Business Management, Serial Publications, New Delhi, India, Journal of Business Management (JBM), International Science Press, Serial Publications New Delhi, Research in Management and Business, International Journal, from Ghana, Managing Editor of International Postgraduate Research Journal, OYAGSB, Universiti Utara Malaysia and Editorial member of several journals like Far East Journal of Journal of Psychology and Business, Far East Research Centre, Hongkong, International Journal of Research Business and Behavioural Research, Centre for Promoting Research Excellence, Austria, Universal Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Centre for Promoting Research Excellence, Austria, International Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Speak Foundation, India,  International Journal of Advances in Management and Economics (IJAME) International Journal of Information Technology & Management (JITBM), Pakistan, International Journal of Research in Social Sciences-IJRSS. Pakistan, International Journal of Research in Medical and Health Sciences Pakistan (IJRMHS), and Pacific Business Review, Udaipur, Pacific Business School Journal, India.

He worked as a corporate trainer in the areas of attitude development, effective habit management, goal setting and career development, transaction analysis, Work Culture through HR initiatives, stress management, business ethics, team building, motivation and leadership.


Prof. Dr. Dil


2.00 pm – 3.00 pm


Keynote Speaker:


Dr. Suhaili Bin Sarif


University of Malaya


Doctoral Degree (PhD), EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY, UNITED KINGDOM (Islamic Studies)




Islamic Management




Subproject-Indebtedness Problem Among Muslim: Does Islam Have an Answer in Program-Managing Indebtedness in Malaysia: Islamic Perspectives (Applied 2013 but rejected), Co-Investigator, 2013-2014, Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), National


Pembiayaan, Pelaburan dan Pembangunan Institusi Pengajian Tinggi melalui Instrumen Wakaf, Co-Investigator, 2013-2016, LRGS


Sub-Program:Indebtedness Problem Among Muslim: Does Islam Have an Answer? In Program:Islamic Values in Accounting and Financial Practices, Co-Investigator, 2013-2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National


Kecenderungan Pelajar-pelajar Muslim Universiti Malaya untuk Bekerja Sendiri (2003-2004) - Vot-f, Co-Investigator, 2008, 


Kecenderungan untuk Memilih Instrumen Pasaran Modal Islam: Kajian di Kalangan Pelabur Institusi di Malaysia, Co-Investigator, 2006-2008, fundamental, National



Date/ Time














Conference Registration


Poster Presentation


Poster Presentation




Keynote Speaker 1:


Tan Sri Razali Ismail



Keynote Speaker 3:


Prof. Dileep

Kumar M





Concurrent Session V






Tea Break


Tea Break





Concurrent Session I



Official Opening Ceremony



Tea Break






Closing Ceremony





















Keynote Speaker 2:


Prof.  Albert Teo








Keynote Speaker 4




15:45 – 17:00




Concurrent Session II







Concurrent Session III






Tea Break


16:30 – 17.30




Concurrent Session IV


Presentation Schedule I

DAY 1 CONCURRENT SESSION I (10:30 – 12:00)




1. Mohd Ali Bahari Abdul Kadir (UiTM); Suhaimi Mohd. Sarif, Zulkarnain Kedah (IIUM).

“Investigating the Meaning of Sustainability for Social Enterprise: the Perspectives of Owner/Operator of Faith-Based Private Schools.”

2.  Samsinah H Hussain, Nurzamilla K Maiden, Mohd. Ikhwan Abdullah (UM).

“Soft Skills And Employability Skills Programme For University Malaya Undergraduates.”

3. Hardy Loh Rahim, Noor Faizah Mohd Lajin (UiTM).

“Social Entrepreneurship Outreach Projects: A Study on Enactus Universiti Teknologi MARA.”

       4. Intan Shaheera Shaharum, Mohd. Ikhwan Abdullah, Mohd Roashaaree Ab Rahim, Samsinah Hj Hussain (UM).

“‘We’re Listening’ Survey.”

5. Serrene Leong, Philippe Debroux (SUJ)

Assessing the Need for Entrepreneurial Education in Reducing Learned Helplessness in Malaysia:  Perspectives of Teachers and Lecturers.”

Presentation Schedule I

DAY 1 CONCURRENT SESSION I (10:30 – 12:00)





1. Noor Lela bt Ahmad, Hariyaty bt Abd Wahid, Suraini bt Mohd Rhouse (UPSI).

“Integrasi Nilai Dalam Pendidikan Perakaunan Ke Arah Membentuk Usahawan Sosial Dalam Kalangan Pelajar Perakaunan.”

2. Radin Siti Aishah Radin A Rahman, Zaidatol Akmaliah Lope Pihie (UPM); Hariyaty Ab. Wahid (UPSI).

“Pelaksanaan Pendidikan Keusahawanan Sosial di Malaysia.”

3. Marwan bin Ismail (UMK).

“Pembangunan Komuniti Menerusi Orientasi Keusahawanan Sosial: Kajian Kes Mengenai Organisasi Bukan Kerajaan Di Malaysia.”

4. Dara Aisyah Ali Puteh (UMT); M. Sontang Ahmad, A. Manam Al Merbawy (UniSZA); K. Chellappan (UKM).

“Keberkesanan Program Rawatan Pemulihan Penagih Dadah Melalui Kaedah Pemprosesan Imej Metafizik : Kes Kajian Pondok Inabah Sungai Ikan, Kuala Terengganu.”

5. Kwok Chin Hoe (UPM).

“Keusahawanan berasaskan Komuniti: Perkongsian Kerja Lapangan.”

Presentation Schedule II





1. Khadijah Alavi, Al Azmi Bakar, Baharudin Mohamad, Khor Siew Yee (UKM).

“Volunteering Services Paradigm Shift Towards Social Entrepreneurship.”

2. Ahmad Shaharudin b Mohamad Mokhtar, Serina Rahman (UMCares).

“Collaborating for Low-income Urban Community Empowerment through Community Entrepreneurship: A Case Study in Taman Medan Cahaya Phase II, Malaysia.”

3. Mohd Adib Abd Muin, Azizi Abu Bakar, Muhammad Fakhirin Che Majid (UUM); Shuhairimi Abdullah, Azizan Bahari (UMP).

“Model on Social Entrepreneurship: Identify The Research Gap Based On Islamic Perspective.”

4. Abd. Wahid Jais, Faezah Kassim (UM).

Keusahawanan Sosial: Kajian Kes Di Persatuan Anak-Anak Yatim dan Ibu Tunggal Kapung Medan, Selangor.”

Presentation Schedule II





1.                   Hamdino Hamdan (IIUM). Pazim @ Fadzim Othman (UUM).


“Kepentingan Integrasi Zakat dan Kewangan Mikro Islam Terhadap Keusahawanan Sosial.”

2. Noor Hisham Md Nawi, Ruzaini Bin Ijon (UMK).


“Kursus Kemasyarakatan dan Pembangunan Ekonomi di UMK; Pengalaman Pembelajaran Berorientasikan Keusahawanan Sosial.”

3. Shuhairimi Abdullah, Azizah Abdullah, Noor Salwani Hussin, Mastura Mahamed, Nur Salimah Alias (UMP).


“Dinamika Keusahawanan Sosial: Analisis Dari Perspektif Islam.”

4. Nur Azura Sanusi, Mohd Fikri Mohamad (UMT).


“Program Ikon Usahawan Asnaf Zakat Terengganu: Peluang Peningkatan Status Sosio-ekonomi.”

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International Conference on Social Entrepreneurship (ICSE 2014) aims at creating a platform to share information, knowledge and experience in the field of social entrepreneurship. In general, social entrepreneurship involves individuals, institutions or community with creative and innovative solutions to social problems faced by the community.

In this conference, we explore the social entrepreneurship approach in order to empower marginalized communities in promoting sustainable livelihoods. It should be noted that as our society progresses, the youth sector seems to be the most vulnerable both socially and economically, taking from the increasing rate of youth unemployment and their involvement in unhealthy social activities. This conference will deepen our understanding with the view of providing help to our youth and the society in general.

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