Khairi  Mohamed  Omar

Khairi Mohamed Omar

Acting Head of Department of Business Administration and Academic Staff in Department of Business Administration

Personal Profile

Current Position:

Acting Head of Department of Business Administration 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:

Leadership and Management

Nationality:

Libyan

Education

Academic Qualification Educational Institution Graduate Year
PHD Business Administration University Utara Malaysia 2015
Master Business Administration University Utara Malaysia 2010
Bachelor AccountingFuture university2004

Academic Experience

Position Institution Period
Acting Head of Department, Department of Business AdministrationApplied Science University / Bahrain2017- Present
Academic Staff, Department of Business AdministrationApplied Science University / Bahrain2016- Present
Administrator, Quality Assurance and Accreditation CentreApplied Science University / Bahrain2016 - 2017
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)"Al-Elawal Electronic Corporation" export and import company2005 - 2013
LecturerThe 7th April University, Libya2010 - 2011
ConsultantAfrican company for building and maintenance Tripoli, Libya2000 - 2008
An employeeNational Banking Corporation, Libya1999 - 2007

Membership of Professional Bodies

Institution Period
Member of the American Marketing Association (AMA).2015- Present
Member of Institute of Certified Management Accountants, Australia (AMA).2014- Present

Publications

  1. Key Drivers in Enhancing Fraud Awareness: A Survey of Practitioners , 2017.
  2. The Moderating Roles Selling Skills and Knowledge on the Customer Statisfaction and the Organization Performance , 2016.
  3. Ambiguity: A Critical Factor that Affect Leadership, 2016.
  4. The interaction effect of religious effect of religious' obligations between the relationship of CARTER Model, and the intention to subscribe the Islamic banking in Libya, 2016.
  5. Human Resource Management Practices on Human Resource Outcomes in Libyan Firms: Empirical Evidence, 2015.