Dr. Muhammad Kamran Naqi Khan
Dr. Muhammad Kamran Naqi Khan currently working as Director, Office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization Capital University of Science and Technology since February 20, 2022. Prior to this was working as professor, at Faculty of Management Sciences, Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan March 1, 2021- February 2023. Before joining CUST, he served Hamdard University, Faculty of Management Sciences as faculty from July 2000 to August 13, 2020 (served professor from 2005 to August 13, 20202 and Associate Prof July 2000-2005). He also served as Director, Hamdard Institute of Management Sciences Islamabad Campus and Acting Dean FMS. He did Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration and thereafter Master of Business Administration in 1992 from Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, and did short course in linguistic at Aston University Birmingham (July-Sept 1989), UK, under the auspices of British Council under TCP program. He did PhD in Social Marketing from Hamdard University in 2007. Dr. Khan was also awarded postdoctoral fellowship by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan in 2008-2009 and was placed as visiting scholar in recognition of his contribution in the field of social marketing, by Prof. Toshio Sugiman, Lab at Kyoto University, Japan from Oct-2008- July 2009.
During his stay, visited leading business organizations like Toyota, Toshiba, Panasonic, SHARP, Sony Education Foundation; small and medium enterprises Yakult, Saijo Inx; Chizu community revitalization project, NANKO Power Plant, Osaka city and education institutions. This aspect of learning is crucial for institutionalization of ORIC through collaborative inquiry in Pakistani in HEIs. This is the strategic gap that Dr. Kamran has sought could be filled through collaborative efforts with industry, ICT and community development and active participation local communities. He was also invited by Japan Institute of Group Dynamics in Fukuoka to present his research work titled Group Dynamics as a Strategic Tool for Social Marketing in their annual symposium held on Feb 20, 2009.
|Ph.D.||Social Marketing||Hamdard University, Karachi, Pakistan||2007|
|MBA||Business Administration||University of Birmingham, UK||1992|
|PGD||Business Administration||University of Birmingham, UK||1990|
|BSc||–||The University of Punjab, Pakistan||1981|
|Professor||Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad||2021 – 2023|
|Professor||Hamdard University, Hamdard Institute of Management, Islamabad Campus||2005 – 2020|
|Associate Professor||Hamdard University, Hamdard Institute of Management Islamabad Campus||2000 – 2005|
|Associate Professor||Hamdard University, Hamdard Institute of Management Islamabad Campus||2000 – 2005|
|Visiting Scholar||Prof. Toshio Sugiman Lab, Kyoto University 2009 Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto JAPAN||2008 – 2009|
Marketing officer/ Assistant Manager (1984-1989 and 1991-94) and then promoted as Deputy Manager, National Fertilizer Marketing Ltd (NFML 1994 to Nov 1996), Rawalpindi. (Served NFML from July 1982 to Nov l996 including my nomination for training UK, July 1989-to- December 1991).
1991 – 1996
Awarded British Council TCP in the field of Business Administration from July 1989 to December 1991.
1989 – 1991
Worked as Senior-Supervisor, National Fertilizer Marketing Ltd, Lahore, a subsidiary of National Fertilizer Corporation of Pakistan from July 1982-1983 during the period also worked as Marketing Officer and then promoted in the managerial cadre (Assistant Manager) and continued to work as marketing offices in Rawalpindi from Jem 1984-1989), NFML, at Regional Office of NFML Rawalpindi/ Islamabad. Extensive field experience of marketing; product, market, brand and communication development in a highly competitive market to sustain and develop.
1982 – 1989
|Director ORIC||Capital University of Science & Technology, Islamabad||Since – 2023|
|Acting Dean||Faculty of Management Sciences, Hamdard University||2015 – 2019|
|Acting Director||Hamdard University, Hamdard Institute of Management, Islamabad Campus||2014 – 2016|
|Director||Hamdard University, HIMS-HUIC||2009 – 2014|
|Director||Hamdard University, Hamdard Institute of Management, Islamabad Campus||2000 – 2008|
|HONORS & AWARDS|
|1.||Awarded Postdoctoral Fellowship by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan to visit Japan on the invitation of Prof. Toshio Sugiman, Kyoto University, Japan as Visiting Scholar, Kyoto University (Oct 2008 to July 2009).|
|2.||The British Government Technical Cooperation Program Award on the nomination of Government of Pakistan for higher studies in the field of business administration (Julyl989-December 91).|
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS
Conducted and supervised a good number of researches in the field of marketing and management with special interest in social marketing, and core aspects of management, social and business innovation to advance development in a community society and business setting, SDGs-2030; entrepreneurial marketing, relationship marketing, strategy and cultural transformation using participatory paradigm.
Development of indigenous research instruments is of special -interest in the domain of marketing and knowledge management to understand the phenomenon of conversation dialogue and discussions generated marketing and knowledge management activities to produce real and applied researches and their practical efficacy for business society.
Two PhD and one MS students successfully completed the work with pioneer studies in the field of marketing with special reference to Pakistan. Currently supervising two PhD students.
Supervisor and external examiner of PhD/ MS work in Business Administration, marketing and management. Supervised one MS thesis in marketing, also teach PhD, MS and MBA students in the area of Marketing and Strategic Management.
I had also developed and taught courses in strategic Health care and pharmaceutical marketing: global perspective. I supervised one PhD thesis: “Combat NCD through social marketing”.
I had been nominated as first Editor in Chief of Bizlnsight, Professional Magazine, published by National Business Education Accreditation Council (NBEAC), Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. 2014-16)
|1.||Shamshad, I., & Naqi Khan, M. K. Emotional intelligence, transformational leadership, self-efficacy for well-being: A longitudinal study using sequential mediation. Journal of Public Affairs, e2506.|
|2.||Ali, L., Khan, M. K. N., & Ahmad, H. (2020). Financial Fragility of Pakistani Household. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 1-19.|
|3.||Ali, L., Khan, M. K. N., & Ahmad, H. (2020). Education of the Head and Financial Vulnerability of Households: Evidence from a Household’s Survey Data in Pakistan. Social Indicators Research, 147(2), 439-463.|
|4.||Hamid, S. A. R., & Khan, M. K. N. (2019). Value Co-creation as a Strategic Tool of Social Marketing: Analysis of a Social Service Branding Process in Developing Economy. Is Ahlaki Dergisi, 12(2), 155-176|
|5.||Khan, M.K.N., Hamid, S.A.R, (2018). Social pioneering initiatives as strategic tool meeting the imperatives of internationalization of business schools in developing countries. Journal of Business and Social Innovation, 1.|
|6.||Raza, S. A., Khan, M. K. N. (2015). Value co-creation in branding social marketing services: An exploratory study. Journal of Social and Development Sciences, 6(3), 50-57.|
|7.||Khan, M. K. N. (2014). Social Marketing Strategic Tool to Promote Patient Care: Rhetoric and Reality. American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, 2(5B), 23-24.|
|8.||Ahmad, H., Khan, M. K. N., Mahmood, Iqbal., (2011), Entrepreneurship, Unemployment, and Economic Growth, Business and Management Review 7(8), 01 – 06.|
|9.||Ahmad, F., Khan, M. K. N., & Hassan, S. (2018). Fear Appeals Reinforcement in Social Marketing and Inducement of Behavioral Change. Global Social Sciences Review, 3(2), 321-344.|
|1.||Khan M. K.N. The Role of Industry in Effective Business Education: Sector Distribution, Logistic, and Warehousing, NBEAC 4th Deans & Directors International Conference, Feb 7-8,2017 Serena Hotel -Islamabad|
|2.||Khan, M. K. N. (2010). Social Marketing for Nurturing Social Entrepreneurship at grass roots level, presented at SAICON-2010 held in July 2010 at Bhurban, Murree Hills, Pakistan|
|3.||Khan, M. K. N. (2009). Social and Business Innovation as a Function of Group Interaction, KYOTO UNIVERSITY, Prof. Sugiman Lab, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto Japan. Post-Doc report submitted to Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.|
|4.||Khan, M. K. N. (Feb 20, 2009). Social Marketing, Annual Symposium, Japan Institute of Group Dynamics, Fukuoka-Japan. The presentation work was translated in Japanese by Prof.Sugiman, who appreciated its value and wanted to share with the Japanese academician and professionals.|
|5.||Khan, M. K. N. (2008). Social Welfare in Pakistan, A talk delivered on Social Welfare Symposium Organized by Yamagata Social Welfare council on Nov 16, 2008|
|6.||Khan, M. K. N. (2008). Social Marketing, Seminar held in Sugiman lab on Nov 10, 2008.|
|7.||Khan, M.K.N., (2008). “Social Marketing for Community Development”, Proceedings of Marketing & Public Policy Conference, American Marketing Association held at Philadelphia, USA May 29-31, 2008.18, 187.|
|8.||Khan, M. K. N., (2007). Social Marketing: Group Dynamics as Strategic Tool for Social Marketing, PhD Dissertation unpublished, Hamdard University Pakistan|
|9.||Khan, M. K. N., Ejaz, M. A., & Ghafoor Ch, A. (2007). Dynamics of Marketing Library Services to Disadvantaged Communities: Promoting Knowledge Seeking Behavior. IFLA PUBLICATIONS, 125, 218.|
|10.||Khan, M. K. N. (2007). Ethical issues in social marketing. Marketing and Public Policy, 115.|
|11.||Khan, M. K. N. (2006). Empowerment Through Social Marketing, proceedings of AMDIP Conference on Management Education and Practices – Challenge of Relevance, Convention Centre, Islamabad, May 5-6, 2006.|
|12.||Khan, M. K. N. (2005). Alternative Dispute Resolution Through Social Marketing; A Conference on Arbitration “Privatization of Justice”, Islamabad, November 15, 2005.|
|13.||Khan, M. K. N. (2005). “Social Marketing: Creating Synergies through Participatory Paradigm”, proceedings of Marketing and Public Policy Conference, American Marketing Association, 15, 116-129.|
|14.||Khan, M. K. N. (2004). “Promoting Group Dynamics as Strategic Tool for Social Marketing”, Proceedings of Marketing and Public Policy Conference. American Marketing Association.|
|15.||Khan, M. K. N. (2003). “Dynamics of Marketing-Social Welfare in a Community”, Productivity Journal, National Productivity Organization, Islamabad, 39-41.|
|16.||Khan, M. K. N. (2002). “Productivity: What Triggers It?” First National Productivity Conference. National Productivity Organization, Islamabad, Pakistan.|
|17.||Khan, M. K. N. (1991). “Third World Debt Crises: Problem and Solutions”, Dissertation submitted to University of Birmingham, UK, for the award of Degree in Master of Business Administration. Successfully completed MBA degree in 1992.|