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.