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Dr. Murad Ali joined the Newcastle Business School (NBS), Northumbria University as a Senior Lecturer in September 2021. Dr. Ali is teaching modules related to HRM/OB at the NBS. He previously served as Associate Professor at the King Abdulaziz University Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Ali has extensive experience in teaching, training, academic and business research, and consultancy in Asia and the Middle East.

His main research interest is in the advancement of research methods to further the understanding of HRM, OB, knowledge management and innovation. His approach is quite interdisciplinary and has published several articles in top-tier journals such as Journal of Business Research, Industrial Marketing Management, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Journal of Knowledge Management, Corporate Social Responsibility & Environmental Management, Business Process Management Journal, Baltic Journal of Management, Journal of East-West Business, Journal of Innovation and Knowledge, Sustainability, and International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, among others. He has been an editorial board member of Journal of Business Research and an associate editor of Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration.

He is principal investigator and co-investigator in various funded research projects. He is a member of the Academy of Management, the British Academy of Management, the Society for Human Resource Management, and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Dr. Ali believes in conducting innovative and evidence-based research for the benefit of the society, scholarly, and practice communities. 

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  • Career satisfaction in the public sector: Implications for a more sustainable and socially responsible human resource management, Latan, H., Chiappetta Jabbour, C., Lopes de Sousa Jabbour, A., Ali, M., Pereira, V. 1 Nov 2022, In: Human Resource Management Journal
  • Crossing the Red Line? Empirical Evidence and Useful Recommendations on Questionable Research Practices among Business Scholars, Latan, H., Chiappetta Jabbour, C., Lopes de Sousa Jabbour, A., Ali, M. 1 May 2023, In: Journal of Business Ethics
  • What Makes You a Whistleblower? A Multi-Country Field Study on the Determinants of the Intention to Report Wrongdoing, Latan, H., Chiappetta Jabbour, C., Ali, M., Lopes de Sousa Jabbour, A., Vo-Thanh, T. 1 Mar 2023, In: Journal of Business Ethics
  • Green means long life - green competencies for corporate sustainability performance: A moderated mediation model of green organizational culture and top management support, Ali, M., Malik, M., Yaqub, M., Chiappetta Jabbour, C., Lopes de Sousa Jabbour, A., Latan, H. 15 Nov 2023, In: Journal of Cleaner Production
  • Strategic foresight and business model innovation: The sequential mediating role of sensemaking and learning, Moqaddamerad, S., Ali, M. 1 Mar 2024, In: Technological Forecasting and Social Change
  • The differential effects of potential and realized absorptive capacity on imitation and innovation strategies, and its impact on sustained competitive advantage, Algarni, M., Ali, M., Leal-Rodríguez, A., Albort-Morant, G. 1 Mar 2023, In: Journal of Business Research
  • The neglected role of knowledge assets interplay in the pursuit of organisational ambidexterity, Ali, M., Shujahat, M., Ali, Z., Kianto, A., Wang, M., Bontis, N. 1 Jun 2022, In: Technovation
  • Imitation or innovation: To what extent do explorative and exploitative learning foster imitation and innovation strategies for sustained competitive advantage?, Ali, M. 1 Apr 2021, In: Technological Forecasting and Social Change
  • Direct and configurational paths of absorptive capacity and organizational innovation to successful organizational performance, Ali, M., Seny Kan, K., Sarstedt, M. 1 Nov 2016, In: Journal of Business Research
  • The mediating role of an innovative culture in the relationship between absorptive capacity and technical and non-technical innovation, Ali, M., Park, K. 1 May 2016, In: Journal of Business Research

Alireza Shafiei Studying contexts where and why burnout appears common but disengagement rare Start Date: 16/11/2023

  • PhD February 21 2014
  • MBA December 12 2008
  • MBA March 25 2005
  • Fellow Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

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