SMART JOURNAL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT STUDIES VOL. 20 NO. 1 PAPER 3
10.5958/2321-2012.2024.00003.4
THE LOGISPRENEURSHIP PRACTICES AND ENTERPRISE LOGISTICS PERFORMANCE IN MALAYSIA
 
Syamaruthadevi Sivan*, Farha Ghapar**, Li Lian Chew***, Veera Pandiyan Kaliani Sundram**** and Zarina Abdul Munir****
*    Malaysia University of Science and Technology, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
**    Universiti Poly-Tech Malaysia, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
***    Binary Business School, Binary University, Selangor, Malaysia
****    Faculty of Business and Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Selangor Branch, Puncak Alam Campus, Selangor, Malaysia & RIG Sustainable Supply Chain Logistics
This study investigates the intricate relationship between logispreneurship practices and enterprise logistics performance, within the context of Malaysia. The research delves into how innovative and entrepreneurial approaches, within the logistics industry, impact the efficiency, effectiveness, and overall competitiveness of enterprises operating in Malaysia. Through qualitative insights, this study aims to investigate logispreneurship practices and their influence on enterprise logistics performance. The investigation will encompass two dimensions, including people skills and ecosystem management. Findings from this study could contribute significantly to the understanding of how entrepreneurial initiatives within the logistics sector contribute to the growth and sustainability of enterprises in Malaysia. Further, the results could offer valuable insights for logistics managers, policymakers, and industry participants, enabling them to make informed decisions and adopt practices that enhance overall logistics performance.
 
KEYWORDS: JEL CLASSIFICATIONS: C93 and D24 FULL TEXT