Muhammad Burdbar Khan

PhD Student and Adjunct Faculty

Room:3B45
Email:muhammadburdbar.khan@stir.ac.uk
Telephone:+44 (0)1786 466468

Subject/Title: The Role of Human Resource Management Development (HRD) in Engendering Corporate
Social Responsibility and Sustainability 
First Supervisor: Dr Scott Hurrell 
Second Supervisor:  Dr Cecile Rozuel 

Background

I commenced my PhD in the Stirling Institute for Socio-Management in October (2012) at Stirling Management School under the supervision of Dr Cecile Rouzel and Dr Scott Hurrell. I am also teaching at Stirling Management School. I hold a BSc in Mathematics and Physics, an MBA in Finance and Banking and an MSc in Management of Training and Development from University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

I started my professional career after MBA in 1993 and later worked in different Managerial capacities for Chevron (Caltex) Oil, for a Mitsubishi joint venture and then for an Aga khan development Network (AKDN) bank. I have around 15 years of international professional managerial and consulting experience, and over 14 years of part/full time international teaching experience.

Research Interests

I have broad interests in the field of Human Resource Management in Strategic Management, Human Resource Development (HRD), and more focused research in Business Ethics, Spirituality, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability.

Publications

Peer Reviewed

“An HRD Model for Sustainability: The Case of First MicroFinance Bank in Pakistan”, (2011). International Annual 18th Research Conference Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD), February 2011 at Schaumburg, Illinois, USA.

“Establishing a Strategic Training and Development Function while using Balanced Scorecard in a Newly Structured/Merged Multinational Bank”  in the International Annual 19th Research Conference Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD), February 29-March 4, 2012 at Denver, Colorado, USA.

“Human Resource Development for Corporate Social Responsibility and National Development: A Literature Review” in the International Annual 19th Research Conference Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD), February 29-March 4, 2012 at Denver, Colorado, USA.

Peer Reviewed Journal Publications (in progress)

“Human Resource Development, Motivation & Islam”, Journal of Management Development, Special issue ‘What wisdom can Management learn from Islamic traditions?’, November, 2012.

“An HRD Model for Corporate Social Responsibility:  Case study findings”, Human Resource Development International, (under editorial review), 2012.

Editorial Duties

Peer Reviewer for the International Annual 19th Research Conference of the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD), February 29-March 4, 2012, Denver, Colorado, USA.

Conference Presentations and Workshops

I presented two research papers on “Establishing a Strategic Training and Development Function while using Balanced Scorecard in a Newly Structured/Merged Multinational Bank” and “Human Resource Development for Corporate Social Responsibility and National Development: A Literature Review” at the International Annual 19th Research Conference of the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD), February 29-March 4, 2012 at Denver, Colorado, USA.

I presented three papers in the November, 2011 conference on “Practical wisdom for Management from Islamic Traditions” organized by Al Akhawayn University School of Business Administration in cooperation with EABIS – The Academy of Business in Society, YALE University and supported by EFMD on the topics of “What practical wisdom Islam can give to Management HRD”, “A study in Leadership: Caliph Omar Ibn Khattab’ and ‘What Islam can contribute to CSR” at Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane, Morocco.

“An HRD Model for Sustainability: The Case of First MicroFinance Bank in Pakistan”, at International Annual 18th Research Conference of the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD), February 2011, at Schaumburg, Illinois, USA.

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