Dr. Salman Iqbal

Dr. Salman Iqbal

Assistant Professor

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Dr Salman Iqbal, HoD, Management & organisation Division, has MBA from Australia, PhD from Massey University New Zealand. His research interests include HRM, Knowledge management, and System dynamics. He has presented his research work in various international conferences. He has contributed to several Journals including impact factor journal and in several edited books. He has supervised several MS-Management theses, with his guidance, his students also presented their research in International platforms. He is also Coordinator of Executive MBA program, he is very instrumental in the proposal of Advisory council in coming future.

PhD Business (HRM)School of management, Massey University, (AACSB International accreditation), New Zealand2015
PGDipPost Grad diploma Human Resource Management) Massey University, Manawatu campus, Palmerston North, (AACSB International accreditation), New Zealand2009
Master Business AdministrationUniversity of Wollongong, (AACSB International accreditation) Australia2005
B.E.Chemical EngineeringUniversity of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan 1998
Assistant Professor Business School, University of Central Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. (2014 to date)
Deputy Head Graduate program ( 2019- to August 2020)
Director program MBA (2017- 2019)
Program Director Executive MBA (2016 to 2017)
Head of division (Management) (2014 to 2017)
Tutor/Marker Massey University, Manawatu Campus, New Zealand (2012- 2014)
Research AssistantI’m part of research team to conduct National Baseline survey, 2011, New Zealand entitled “Valuing Human resources: Registered Nurses perceptions of Value” (2012- 2014)
Lecturer COMSATS Institute of information Technology (2005 to 2008)
1Iqbal, S., Toulson, P., & Tweed, D., (2015), Employees as performers through collaborative practices in KIFs: Role of knowledge sharing, International journal of Manpower, Volume 36(7), Emerald publishing, ISSN: 0143-7720, Indexation SSCI
2Impact factor Journal, ranked A Category Journal, in ABDC list 2013.
3Iqbal, S. (2016). ‘Key Factors Influencing Individual Knowledge Capability in KIFs’. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Science Index 115, International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering, 10(7), 2130 – 2135.
4Fatima, Q, Iqbal, S., (2017), when might is right: Abusive supervision and its consequences in Pakistani Context. In review, Pakistan Business Review
5Gillani, SMF, Iqbal, s, Akram S, Qasim, S, Rasheed M (2017); Specific HRM practices and knowledge sharing: Mix method approach, in VINE Journal ESCI indexed
6Rasheed, M, Iqbal, s (2017); antecedents and outcomes of Work family conflict in Pakistani services sector, in Asian Journal of Women’s Studies, impact factor journal in JCR list
7Rasheed, M, Iqbal, s (2017); Work family conflict in Pakistan, in international Journal of Manpower, impact factor journal in JCR list
8Laila, Iqbal, s (2017); Abusive supervision and its consequences, in Journal Business Management
9Abdullah, M, Iqbal S. (2017) Paternal Leadership: Using System dynamics method, submitted in IGI journal ESCI indexed
10Iqbal, S., Toulson, P., & Cheema, A. (2011). Managing natural disaster recovery plans. Human resources Magazine, Volume 16(4), p 32-33. HRINZ, New Zealand
11Iqbal, S., Toulson, P., & Tweed, D. (2012). “Employees knowledge sharing and hiding: role of HRM in organisations”. Human resources Magazine, Volume 17(1), P 22-23, HRINZ, New Zealand

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