- Management of Innovation
- Knowledge and Learning
- Strategy Implementation and Internal Marketing
- Business Governance and Ethics
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Business Process Management
- Performance Measurement
Prof Pervaiz K Ahmed joined Monash University Sunway Campus in 2007. Currently, he is the Deputy Head of School (Reseach), Discipline Head of Management and Director of Halal Ecosystem. Up until January 2010, he was the Director of Postgraduate Studies and spearheaded the development of the PhD programme and Masters level provision at the Sunway Campus.
Previously he has held academic positions in several UK universities. Prior to joining Monash University Malaysia, he was Professor and Chair of Management at the University of Wolverhampton.
He has published extensively in international journals. He has been a keynote speaker at international venues and won numerous academic awards for his research. He has served as editor and sat on the editorial boards of a number of journals. He is the founding editor of the European Journal of Innovation Management, the International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, International Journal of Business Ethics and Governance and International Journal of Management Practice. Professor Pervaiz Ahmed was involved in the European Quality Foundation and advised on the development of a revised model incorporating innovation and learning. He has extensive experience working with and advising blue chip companies and public sector organizations such as Unilever, Ford, AT&T, NCR, British Telecommunications, the NHS in Europe, the Dubai government as well as the Islamic Development Bank. He has also been involved with corporate clients in Asia such as Malaysia Airlines, CELCOM, as well as government agencies such as the Singapore National Productivity Council. He has advised the Government of Dubai Public Services Sector on Service Improvement and Innovation
Pervaiz Ahmed's Articles
Episode 9: The death of corporate greed?
Find out why business success is now so dependent on ethical behaviour in this episode of A Different Lens.