Associate Professor of MIS & Chairperson
MBA (McGill University, Canada)
Worked as a consultant in Canada with Kraft, FedEx, Meteor Telecommunications and TixHub E-commerce Solutions; worked to date as the chief executive of VirisTek, a management systems firm based in Canada and Pakistan for the last 15 years.
Research interests: Converting corporate vision into Working Systems, Entrepreneurship and System Development Methodologies.
Room: E-107/Ext: 379
Dr Bashir Ahmad Khan
Professor of Finance & Dean
DPhil, MSc (Oxford University, UK); MPA (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Taught banking and finance at LUMS for 18 years; Associate Dean of Executive Education at LUMS; published in books and journals abroad in the areas of financial liberalization, deregulation, and financial markets; edited a series of books on managing NGOs in developing countries; consulted for a number of Pakistani organizations; served on the Boards of Askari Investment Management Ltd and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan; currently on the Board of Askari Bank Ltd; Commonwealth Staff Scholar at Oxford University (1990-92); Charles Wallace Trust Fellow (2003), sponsored by the British Council.
Research interests: IPO Performance of Technology Companies; Governance of Non-Profit Organizations.
Room: E-316/Ext: 361
Wasif M Khan
Professor of Entrepreneurship and Management Control
MPPM (Yale University School of Management, USA); MSME (Oregon State University, USA)
Pioneered teaching of both Entrepreneurship and Management Control Systems in Pakistan (1987); authored over 25 business cases in these areas; extensive management consulting experience with top Pakistani groups as well as high growth family firms on a wide variety of control, governance, and strategy issues; research in the management control and family firm development areas has been published in several refereed journals and conference proceedings in Europe and the USA; has been a Board Director at leading Pakistani corporate firms; corporate engineering and business development experience in Fortune 200 firms in the USA from 1979-1987. Institutional level policy development experience as founding faculty of the Graduate School of Business, LUMS.
Research interests: The Interplay of Theory and Practice in Growing Firms Operating in a Low-Trust Context; currently working on developing cost and control systems for one of Pakistan’s largest textile groups.
Room: E-106/Ext: 362
Dr Farid A Malik
Professor of Operations Management
PhD (Union Institute, Cincinnati, USA); MSc (Arizona, USA)
Principal Consultant, EMR Consult, Lahore; involved in Energy Projects e.g. Thar Coal and development of the mining sector of Pakistan; executive member of Concerned Citizens of Pakistan (CCP), a pressure group involved in public welfare causes and rule of law; founder member of Pakistan Professionals Institute (PPI); research interests are in collaborative development, technology transfer, operations and project management, and re-engineering; has over twenty publications, and holds four US patents, columnist in leading newspapers, key note plenary speaker at Pittsburgh Coal Conference 2015 .
Research interests: Management & Transfer of Technology, Technology Based Development, Commercialization and Application of Research, New Product Development and Project Management.
Room: E-108/Ext: 368
Dr Amir Ali Chughtai
Associate Professor of HRM
PhD (Dublin City University, Ireland); MPhil (LSE, Lahore); MA (Punjab University, Lahore)
Worked as a Post-Doctoral Researcher at Dublin City University; as Deputy Registrar at Lahore School of Economics; and as Area Sales Executive at Nestle Pakistan; published work in various international journals.
Research interests: Employee Engagement; Organizational Trust; Workplace Commitment; and Ethical Leadership.
Room: E-325/Ext: 405
Dr Rao Raza Hashim
Assistant Professor of Business Law & Ethics
PhD (University of Warwick, UK); LLB, LLM (University of Warwick, UK)
HEC Scholar; worked with well-known legal firms; taught in LLM program at Punjab University; expertise in contract law; corporate law and governance, international economic law including WTO, trademarks and copyright law; consulted with major commercial organizations;. acted as legal advisor for several government departments for contentious and non-contentious matters; member Punjab Bar Association; member Lahore High Court Bar Association.
Research interests: International Economic Law, Business Law, ADR, M&A, Regulatory Laws & Regulatory Bodies.
Room: E-329/Ext: 392
Assistant Professor of Management & Director of Executive Education
MBA (LUMS, Lahore)
Extensive corporate experience with both public and private sector in Pakistan; management consultant; CEO of executive training form for over ten years; specialist instructor for executive education; taught at LUMS and UET.
Research interests: HR Solutions for the Banking Industry.
Room E-303/Ext: 384
Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship
MSc (Stanford University, USA)
One of the Co-founders of Tintash, a leading mobile games and apps development company in Lahore, Pakistan; a thought leader in the local game development industry.
Research interests: Understanding the Absence of Pakistan based Multinationals; local technology based startups, the Pakistani Game Industry, Mobile Ad industry, Online work marketplaces.
Bilal Hussain Awan
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Worked as audit consultant at S M Masood & Co, a member of Nexia international; presently an audit consultant at Muniff, Zia-ud-din & Co, a member firm of BKR International; also a consultant to EPA (Pvt) Ltd which is engaged in manufacturing and tax and financial advisory services to SECCO Pak (Pvt) Ltd; running an NGO which is in the process of registration with SECP.
Research interests: Tax and Audit Issues in Pakistan and Corporate Governance.
Room: E-125/Ext: 366
Assistant Professor of Marketing
MAdv (University of Florida, USA)
Fulbright alumna; professionally associated with marketing communications industry for over 9 years working in diverse areas from creative development to strategic planning; marketing consultant; professional CPD trainer; advisor to Uraan – a non-profit organization; co-founder of creative hotshop Thinkbox Communications; taught at Lahore School of Economics.
Research interests: Exploring Creativity, Culture and Emotions in Advertising; Consumer Behavior.
Assistant Professor of Management
MBA (LUMS, Lahore); MA (GCU, Lahore)
Worked in print and electronic media for well over a decade; one of the founding editors of Daily Times and later advisor to the COO and editor of Pakistan Today; has worked in the senior management of the country’s largest media house and also hosted his own current affairs program on one of the top news channels
Research interests: Negotiations, mediation and conflict resolution; Contribution of MNCs in rebuilding and rehabilitation of conflict zones and global hotspots.
Room: E-115/Ext 326
Muhammad Salman Bilal
Assistant Professor of Operations Management
PhD Scholar (UET, Pakistan); MSc EM (UET, Pakistan); MSc EE (UET, Pakistan)
Professional Engineer with double post graduations in the fields of Engineering & Management; Portfolio Manager (PfMP®), Project Manager (PMP®), Risk Manager (PMI-RMP®), Project Scheduler (PMI-SP®), Agile Practitioner (PMI-ACP®), Business Analysis Professional (PMI-PBA®) & Quality Specialist (ASQ-CSSGB®) conferred by USA based PMI® & ASQ® after ratification of proven experience in high end Petroleum, Petrochemical, Automation & Manufacturing Industries. Having transcontinental experience with Schlumberger Oilfield Services. Worked as part of Engro fertilizer management team who envisioned Engro Foods. Presently, CEO & Principal Consultant of MSB training consultancy supporting TOTAL® , PTCL® , OMV® , and Engro® primarily for PMI® USA certifications & professional credentials; Volunteer as project manager with a multinational NGO.
Research interests: Risk management and agile waterfalls.
Room: E-318/Ext 383
Assistant Professor of Business & Economics
MA (University of Manchester, UK)
Worked in media industry and hosts economic affairs program on TV; consultant in economics; extensive teaching experience.
Research interests: Growth dynamics in Emerging markets and the ethics of Monetary Policy in crises management historically.
Room: E-317/Ext 369
Adjunct Faculty of Management Communications and Business Development Manager at SoM
MSc (University of Manchester, UK)
Degree in Corporate Communications and Reputation Management; currently on marketing committee for University Post-Grad Admissions (School of Management); coordinator Executive Education Center; key in-charge of Women’s Hostel FCC; working in the field of business development since 2010; involved with in-house employee training; freelance content writer.
Research interest: Evolving Stakeholder Relationships, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Crisis Communications.
Room: E-119/Ext: 386
Adjunct Faculty of Business Communications & Director IEAP
MA (Webster University, Switzerland); PGCert (TESOL University of Toronto, Canada)
Director IEAP; over 30 years work experience in corporate and development sectors and in academic institutions; taught in Executive Education programs at LUMS (2002-2007); teaching at SoM since 2007.
Room: N-218/Ext: 329
Dr Michael Murphy
Adjunct Faculty of Economics
PhD, MA (UCLA, USA)
Appointed Charles Walgreen Fellow at University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business; joined Economics faculty at Southern Methodist University; in 1978 embarked on a career in business, serving as an Executive for over 20 years at AT&T, Qwest and, most recently, as the President and CEO of Wytec, Inc.; published several papers in areas of market regulation and price controls; chairman FCC Boards of Directors and Governors.
Research interests: Industrial Organization, Economics of the Firm, and Government and Industry.