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Hassan Abu Bakar
Associate Professor of Leadership & Communication Management
Leadership Innovation and Change
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About Me

PhD (Universiti Utara Malaysia), Master of Science Corporate Communication (Universiti Putra Malaysia)
Leadership, Communication Management
Dyadic Relationships, Group Communication, Leader-Member, Multilevel Modelling and Workplace Cultural Context

Hassan Abu Bakar is an associate professor in Othman Yeop Abdullah Bradute School of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia. He is an active member of International Communication Association and National Communication Association based in the United States and the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management. His main research interests are in dyadic communication in workplace, leadership style, organizational communication and intercultural communication. Hassan is an editorial board member for Journal of Intercultural Communication Research and Management Communication. Currently he served as a guest editor for Journal of Asian Pacific Communication and Malaysian Journal of Communication, Special Issue.

Research

2016 

Project Leader on $468,000 from the Transdisciplinary Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (TRGS), Ministry of Higher Education. Research Title: National Cultural and Identity Model

2016 

Sub-Project Leader on $156,000 from the Transdisciplinary Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (TRGS), Ministry of Higher Education. Research Title: Matters of Similarity and Dissimilarity: Constructing the Cultural Norms Model in Multi-Ethnic Society

2013 

Co-Principal investigator on $68,000 from the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Ministry of Higher Education. Research Title: Examining Empirical Model of Inclusivity and Exclusivity of Differentiation in Relationships: Materializing Three Cultures One Nation in Workplaces

2012

Principal investigation on $46,000 from the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Ministry of Higher Education. Research Title: Examining Model of Servant Leadership, Collectivist, Power Distance, Budi and Team Effectiveness: Materializing Contextual Culture in Organization

2010

Principal investigation on $40,000 from the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Ministry of Higher Education. Research Title: Multilevel Model in Small and Medium Enterprises: The Work Context

Publications

Bakar, H. A., Halim, H., Mustaffa, C. S., & Mohamad, B. (2016). Relationships differentiation: Cross-ethnic comparisons in the Malaysian workplace. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 45(2), 71-90. (SCOPUS and Q3)

Bakar, H. A., & McCann, R. (2016). An examination of leader-member dyadic politeness of exchange and servant leadership on group member performance. International Journal of Business Communication. 10.1177/2329488415597517 (SCOPUS and Q3)

Bakar, H. A., & McCann, R. (2016). The mediating effect of dyadic communication style agreement on the relationship between servant leadership and group level organizational citizenship behavior. Management Communication Quarterly, 30(1), 32-58. (Impact Factor: 1.86, SCOPUS Q2, ABS list 3 star)

Bakar, H. A., & McCann, R. (2015). A Longitudinal Examination of the Effects of Self Perceived Leader-Member Dyadic Communication Differentiation and Perceived Group Member Performance: Does Ethnicity Make a Difference? International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 47(7), 56-68. (Impact Factor: 1.56, SCOPUS Q2)

Jamal, J., & Bakar, H. A. (2015). The mediating role of charismatic leadership communication in a crisis: A Malaysian example. International Journal of Business Communication, 2329488415572782. (SCOPUS and Q3)

Bakar, H. A., & McCann, R.M. (2014). Matters of demographic similarity and dissimilarity in supervisor–subordinate relationships and workplace attitudes. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 41(7), 1-16. (Impact Factor: 1.56, SCOPUS Q2)

Bakar, H. A., Walters, T & Halim, H. (2014). Measuring communication style in the Malaysian workplace: Instrument development and validation.  Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 43(2), 87-112. (SCOPUS and Q3)

Bakar, H. A., Jian, G., & Fairhurst, G. T. (2014). The interaction effect of perception agreement of leader-member exchange quality and relational demography on member performance ratings. Asia Business & Management, 13(2), 143–170 (Impact Factor: .866, SCOPUS Q2; ABS List 4 1 star)

Bakar, H. A., & Sheer, V. (2013). The mediating role of perceived cooperative communication in the relationship between interpersonal exchange relationships and perceived group cohesion. Management Communication Quarterly, 27(3), 443-465. (Impact Factor: 1.86, SCOPUS Q2, ABS list 3 star)

Stohl, C., McCann, R. M., Bakar, H. A. (2013). Conflict in the global workplace. In J. G. Oetzel & S. T. Toomey (Eds.), Handbook of conflict communication: Integrating theory, research and practice, 2nd Edition (pp. 713-736). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

 Bakar, H. A., & Mustaffa, C. S. (2013). Organizational communication in Malaysia organizations: Incorporating cultural values in communication scale. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 18(1), 87-109. (SCOPUS, Q3)

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