Adel Mahmoud Alsamman Ahmed

Adel Mahmoud Alsamman Ahmed

Head of Academic Staff Performance Development unit and Academic Staff in Department of Business Administration

Personal Profile

Current Position:

Head of Academic Staff Performance Development unit and Academic Staff in Department of Business Administration

College / Department:

College of Administrative Sciences / Department of Business Administration

Academic Status:

Assistant Professor

Area of Specialization:

Human Resource Management

Nationality:

Egyptian

Education

Academic Qualification Educational Institution Graduate Year
PHD Business Administration Ain Shams University2011
Master Business Administration Cairo University2008
Bachelor English languageAin Shams University1988

Academic Experience

Position Institution Period
Head of Unit, Academic Staff Performance unitApplied Science University / Bahrain2016- Present
Academic Staff, Department of Business AdministrationApplied Science University / Bahrain2014- Present
University LecturerModern University Info & Tech2012 - 2014
Lecturer/ Trainer, Business ConsultantARADO, Top Business, ITI, EAT2009 - 2014
HR and Admin ManagerSkanska Cementation2000 - 2004

Membership of Professional Bodies

Institution Period
Fellow of Professional Management Institute2017- Present
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK. PR1068562016- Present
Member of Oxford Business Group2016- Present
Microsoft Faculty Fellow2015- Present
Member of Bahrain Society for Training and Development2015- Present

Publications

  1. Construction Industry and HR Audit-Could it Support the Organizational Objectives and Strategies? A Case Study from the Egyptian Market, 2017.
  2. Down the Road to 'Bahrain 2030' Internship Programs and Graduates' Employability, 2017.
  3. Students’ Class Participation in English Oriented Education/ Training Programs: The Egyptian Case, 2016.
  4. Training Effectiveness and Commitment to Organizational Change: Saudi Arabian ARAMCO, 2016.
  5. Students' Class Participation in English Oriented Education/Training Programs: The Egyptian Case, 2016.