Dr Hanini Ilyana Che Hashim

Faculty of Management,

Department Accounting & Finance

Email: haniniilyana@utm.my

About Me :

Dr. Hanini Ilyana  develop her early interest on Diploma in Banking. She then proceeded and received her first degree in Finance  from Universiti Teknologi Mara. After completing her Master of Business Admin, she finally developed her research interest in transport and logistics  specifically in human talent during her doctoral research. Before coming to UTM, she worked as a Principal, lecturer, researcher, and consultant for more than ten years at different universities and colleges.

My Expertise

Despite having picked up some information along the road, she humbly views herself as a perpetual learner and is genuinely passionate about this profession. She is here to grow with you and to share what she has learned thus far.

Technology Financing

Supply Chain


Transport & Logistic

Corporate Management

Academic Leadership in Higher Education

Academic leadership in higher education is a multifaceted role that requires a clear vision, adaptability, effective communication, a commitment to inclusivity and diversity, astute resource management, a focus on academic excellence, a student-centered approach, ethical conduct, community engagement, and a data-driven approach to measuring and assessing success. Successful academic leaders must balance these elements, prioritizing the welfare of students and the institution’s long-term goals while embracing change and fostering a culture of inclusivity, integrity, and excellence.

Academic leadership in higher education entails the complex task of guiding institutions in an ever-evolving educational landscape. It demands vision, adaptability, and effective communication to set the direction and engage stakeholders. Prioritizing inclusivity and diversity fosters a learning environment that values all voices. Strategic resource management ensures the institution’s sustainability and growth. Academic leaders must champion academic excellence and maintain a student-centric focus to empower learners. Ethical leadership upholds integrity in research, teaching, and administration. Engaging with the community bridges the gap between the institution and its surroundings. Finally, data-driven assessments provide the necessary insights for informed decision-making, allowing leaders to adapt and ensure success in a dynamic educational ecosystem.

success in a dynamic educational ecosystem.
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