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Mr. Muhammad Ali

Assistant Professor

muhammadali@nu.edu.pk

(042) 111-128-128 Ext:None

Education


  • MBA(Marketing), University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan (2010)
  • PGD, MiddleSex University London, United Kingdom (2007)
  • B.Sc (Hons)(Computer Science), UET, Lahore, Pakistan (2004)

Profile


Muhammad Ali has been teaching for more than fifteen years in the area of Management. Ali has been associated with Fast School of Management since 2012. Currently, he is serving as an Assistant Professor in the School of Management. He is actively serving a number of Campus wide and Department wide committees.

Ali is passionate about teaching and enjoys his classes thoroughly. He is a welcoming mentor to students in their academic and professional endeavors. He supervises final year research projects of graduate and post graduate students in the area of Management.

Ali is engaged with industry and is serving on the advisory committee of a number of companies. He is invited frequently for sharing of ideas and developing improvement plans with regards to people and processes within the business landscape. He is recently invited by United Nations to serve on the committee on private sector ethics and prevention of anti-corruption through academic contribution by universities of Pakistan.

Ali is actively involved in imparting corporate trainings on skills such as: Leadership, team building, corporate ethics, conflict resolution, negotiation, managing people and change management. He has trained a number of leading public sector and private sector organization employees.

Ali is an avid reader. His reading is quite diverse ranging from Philosophy, Leadership, Personality, Ethics, Organizations, People, Behaviors and Habits to fiction and latest thrillers in the literary world. Ali loves outdoors and sports. Occasionally, you will find him playing a sport on campus.

 

Areas of research and interests

  • Management, Organizational Behavior and HR.
  • Leadership in individual and corporate life.
  • Personality and its role in personal and organizational development.
  • Self-development and going through and managing change.