Sufian Mazhar
Associate Professor of MIS & Chairperson
MBA (McGill University, Canada)
Worked as a consultant in Canada with McGill International Consulting Group and Kraft Canada; associated as Principal Consultant with Viristek, based in Canada, USA and Pakistan; currently serving on board of Askari Investment Management Ltd, an asset management company.
Research interests: New product development, MIS.
Room: E-107/Ext: 379

Dr Bashir Ahmad Khan
Professor of Finance & Dean
DPhil (Oxford University, UK)
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; consulted for a number of Pakistani organizations; served on the Boards of Askari Investment Management Ltd, the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, and 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
MPPM (Yale University, USA)
MSME (Oregon State University, USA)
Founding faculty member at Graduate School of Business Administration of LUMS; taught at LUMS for 18 years and pioneered teaching of graduate level Entrepreneurship and Management Control Systems in Pakistan; part of faculty team which taught first ever Executive Development Program offered by LUMS; written over 25 business cases; research on Family Firms, Management Control Systems, and Entrepreneurship has been published in refereed journals and conference proceedings in Europe, USA and Asia; management consultant to Pakistan’s leading business groups and numerous growth oriented family firms.
Research interests: 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 Akmal Hussain
Distinguished Professor
DPhil (University of Sussex)
Lectured on economics in Distinguished Academic Visitor series at the University of California, Riverside, and as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series lectured at the Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi; Gave presentations on development issues at Harvard University, United Nations University, Chinese Academy of Sciences and for Foreign Ministries of governments including the UK, Japan, the Netherlands, and the USA; served as Chairman of Working Group on Institutions for Development in Panel of Economists to advise the Government of Pakistan on economic policy; Chairman of Working Group on Poverty Reduction Strategy and Human Resource Development for Tenth Five Year Plan; worked as social mobilizer to enable local communities to acquire basic services in Pakistan; founding honorary Chief Executive Officer of the Punjab Rural Support Program; helped establish Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund and Leadership for Environment and Development Pakistan and served on their Boards of Directors; worked for regional cooperation as member of the Board of Governors of South Asia Centre for Policy Studies (SACEPS) and Independent Group for South Asian Cooperation (IGSAC); Principal Author of UNDP, Pakistan National Human Development Report 2003; presented over 50 papers on development issues at international conferences around the world including SID World Conference on Development in Rome, Wilton Park Conference on Regional Cooperation in South Asia, World Bank Conference on Equity and Development in New Delhi, Stanford University Conference on Regional Integration in South Asia; authored three books on economic policy and contributed chapters to 32 other books on development issues; and over 200 newspaper articles on economic and social issues.
Research interests: Development Policy, & Institutions.

Dr Michael Murphy
Adjunct Professor of Business and Economics
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; member FCC Board of Directors and Board of Governors.
Research interests:  Industrial organization, economics of the firm, government and industry.
Room: E-301

Dr Farid A Malik
Professor of Operations Management
PhD (Union Institute, Cincinnati, USA)
MSc (University of 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); over 20 publications; holds four US patents; currently working on Green Energy project at FCC which includes solar energy, biogas and sewage water recycling for campus.
Research interests: Collaborative development, technology transfer, operations and project management, re-engineering.
Room: E-108/Ext: 338

Muntazar Bashir Ahmed, FCA
Visiting Professor of Accounting
Fellow, ICAE&W (UK)
Fellow, ICAP (Pakistan)

Dr Aamir Ali Chughtai
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior
PhD (Dublin City University, Ireland)
MPhil (LSE, Pakistan)
MBA (PCBA, Pakistan)
MA (University of the Punjab, Pakistan)
Post-doctoral researcher at Dublin City University, Ireland; Deputy Registrar at Lahore School of Economics; area sales executive at Nestle Pakistan; published in various international journals. Research interests: Work engagement, organizational trust, job satisfaction, workplace commitment, higher education management.

Dr Rao Raza Hashim
Assistant Professor of Business Law & Ethics
PhD (University of Warwick, UK)
LLB, LLM (University of Warwick, UK)
PGD Business Administration (IBA, PU)
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.

Ayesha Naweed
Assistant Professor of Management & Director of Executive Education
MBA (LUMS, Pakistan)
Extensive corporate experience in both public and private sector in Pakistan; management consultant; CEO of an executive training firm for over 10 years; specialist instructor for executive education; taught at LUMS and UET. Research interests: HR solutions for the banking industry.
Room E-303/Ext: 384

Mannan Amin
Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship & Strategy
MSc (Stanford University, USA)
Teaching since 2008; co-founder of mobile games and apps development studio Tintash, thought leader, mentor, and connector within the local mobile games and technology startups space; consulted for global top tier companies including Chillingo/EA, BBCWorldwide/LonelyPlanet, and PocketGems. Worked with Fortune 10 Consultant, Behnam Tabrizi; consulted for and co-founded; Stanford-trained in entrepreneurship by Steve Blank (founder of Customer Development & Lean Startups Movement) and within innovation at the Hasso-Plattner D School (IDEO led school of cross disciplinary innovation).
Research interests: Competitive strategy and cultivation of the Pakistani entrepreneurial ecosystem, enabling global/remote entrepreneurial partnerships to leverage advantages of different locations.
Room: E-321/Ext : 378

Bilal Hussain Awan, ACA
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Associate, ICAP (Pakistan)
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.
Research interests: Tax and audit issues in Pakistan; corporate governance.
Room: E-125/Ext: 366

Zeeshan Bhutta
Assistant Professor of Management
MBA (LUMS, Pakistan)
MA (GCU, Pakistan)
Over 10 years experience working in Pakistani media; former Resident Editor and one of founding-editors of Daily Times; wrote and edited news reports, columns and editorials for many years; helped team launch Pakistan’s first Berliner – Pakistan Today; has since been advisor to COO Pakistan Today; hired by GEO network as editor for their English language channel; responsible for testing, interviewing and hiring the team across Pakistan, with Directors of Geo network.
Research interests: hypermarkets in Pakistan.
Room E-329

Irtifa Nasir
Assistant Professor of Marketing
MAdv (University of Florida, USA)
Fulbright alumna; professionally associated with marketing communications industry for over 8 years working in diverse areas from creative development to strategic planning; co-founder & director at TTS Global, a management consulting & training firm; professional corporate trainer; marketing consultant for for iDroid Corp, an international technology startup and OPM Analytics, a digital design and analytics firm; actively leading Joy Drive; a growing non-profit initiative for underprivileged children; co-founder of creative hotshop Thinkbox Communications; taught at Lahore School of Economics.
Research interests: Exploring creativity, culture and emotions in advertising; consumer behavior.
Room: E-325/Ext: 405

Muhammad Salman Bilal
Assistant Professor of Operations Management
PhD Candidate (UET, Pakistan)
MS EM (UET, Pakistan)
MSEE (UET, Pakistan)
Professional Engineer with double post graduations in the fields of Engineering & Management; Project Manager (PMP®), Risk Manager (PMI-RMP®), Project Scheduler (PMI-SP®), Agile Practitioner (PMI-ACP®) & Quality Specialist (ASQ-CSSGB®), conferred by USA based PMI® & ASQ® after ratification of proven experience in high end Petroleum, Petrochemical, Automation & Manufacturing Industries; transcontinental experience with Schlumberger Oilfield Services; part of Engro fertilizer management team who envisioned Engro Foods; CEO & principal consultant of MSB training consultancy supporting TOTAL, PTCL, OMV, and Engro primarily for PMI® USA certifications; project manager with multinational NGO.
Research interests: Risk management and agile waterfalls.

Mariam Khalid
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: Emerging markets and trade-related issues.

Dr Junaid bin Jahangir
Adjunct Faculty of Business & Economics
PhD (University of Alberta, Canada)
MA (University of Alberta, Canada)
Teaches at University of Alberta; presented papers in conferences on empirical methods in Energy Economics; assisted Parkland Institute at University of Alberta with budget analysis; received Department of Economics Contract Instructor and Graduate Student Teaching Award (2012-2013 and 2013-2014); William Hardy Alexander Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching (2014). Research interests: Energy efficiency and environment.

Uzma Khan
Adjunct Faculty in Business Communications
MA (Webster University, Switzerland)
PG Cert TESOL (University of Toronto, Canada)
Cert TEFLA (Cambridge University/Royal Society of the Arts, UK)
Currently Director IEAP at FCC; Christian College; 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 the SoM since 2007; Board Member HomeNet Pakistan.
Room: N-218/Ext: 328

Zainab Shamail
Adjunct Faculty in Business Communications, Business Development Manager at SoM
MSc (University of Manchester, UK)
Degree in Corporate Communications and Reputation Management; actively involved with in-house employee training; freelance content writer; working business development for 5 years.
Key areas of interest: Evolving stakeholder relationships, corporate social responsibility, and crisis communications.