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Dr. Sayyed M. Mehdi Raza Naqvi (PhD MAJU, Islamabad)

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
QUALIFICATION
PhD Human Resource Management Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad 2012
MS in Management Sciences HRM Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad 2006
Masters in Economics Economics of Population and Manpower, Econometrics The Punjab University, Lahore 1989
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – 2015
Assistant Professor Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad 2006 – 2013
Associate Professor Punjab College of Commerce 6th Road,Rawalpindi 2003 – 2006
Assistant Professor Punjab College of Commerce 6th Road,Rawalpindi 1995 – 2003
Lecturer Punjab College of Commerce 6th Road,Rawalpindi 1994 – 1995
MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE
Vice Principal Punjab College of Commerce, 6th Road, Rawalpindi 1995 – 2006
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Professional Member HRDN
HONORS & AWARDS
1. MS. (HRM) 2004-2006 (Gold Medalist)
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS

1. High Performance Work Systems;
2. RBV;
3. HRM Practices;
4. Employees’ Attitudes and Behaviors;
5. Employee Performance;
6. Organizational Performance.

RESEARCH SUPERVISION
1. PhD Positive Psychological States and Innovative Work Behavior: The Role of Relational Leadership
2. PhD Tuberculosis (TB) Related Stigma; A Conceptual Framework and Workplace Implications
3. PhD Employee Greed, Its antecedents and outcomes: Development and testing of an integrated model
4. PhD Family Dynamics and Buying Decision: Development & Testing of Model for Pakistani Consumer Market: An Application of Theory of Planned Behavior
5. MS Antecedents and consequences of employee engagement
6. MS Ethical leadership and employee creativity: Mediating role of psychological empowerment in education sector of Pakistan
7. MS The impact of work family conflict and family work conflict on job satisfaction with perceived organizational support as moderator among textile employees in Pakistan
8. MS perceived emotional competence and employee job performance: The moderating role of job autonomy and mediating role of job satisfaction
9. MS Impact of social orientation on organizational cynicism and self efficacy with moderating effect of social support
10. MS The moderating role of power distance on the relationship between leadership styles and behaviors on employee job performance: A study of the public sector nurses of Pakistan
11. MS Linking work place values to turnover intentions with mediating effect of job satisfaction and OC
12. MS Impact of organizational justice on OCB with moderating role of organizational trust in teaching sector of Pakistan
13. MS Impact of safty climate on employee’s job performance with mediating role of OC and job satisfaction: A study of manufacturing employees in Pakistan
14. MS Impact of glass ceiling on OC and job satisfaction with mediating role of carrier barrier
15. MS Effect of psychological capital on employee creativity with moderating effect of power distance and collectivism
16. MS Investigation of OCB and work pressure as employee’s reactions to HPWS: Mediating role of perceived organizational justice and psychological empowerment
17. MS Correlational analysis of affective OC and it’s outcome
18. MS Impact of OCB on OC
19. MS Impact of Interpersonal Conflict at Work on Employee’s Performance: Mediating Role of Counter Productive Work behaviors among Banking Sector Employees of Pakistan
20. MS Moderating role of Social Comparison Orientation on the Relationship between Organizational Justice and Deviant Work Place Behavior: A study on the Telecommunication Sector of Pakistan
21. MS Job Stress and its impact on job Satisfaction, Turnover Intentions and the Mediating role of Burnout: A study of Banking sector in Pakistan
22. MS Impact of Empowerment Enhancing Work System on Organizational citizenship Behavior: Moderating Role of power Distance among Health professionals of Pakistan
23. MS Impact of Role Conflict and Role Ambiguity on Employee’s job Performance with the mediating Role of Job Stress
24. MS Attitudinal and Behavioral Outcomes of Psychological Contract Breach with the moderating effect of Age and Culture: A case study of IT industry of Pakistan
25. MS impact of perception of organizational politics on employee’s attitude and behaviors in banking sector of Pakistan: the moderating role of organizational justice
26. MS Impact of work family conflict on job satisfaction with moderating role of locus of control: A case of public sector employees
27. MS Impact of Perceived Organizational politics on Job Attitudes: A Moderating Role of Empowerment
28. MS Impact of Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Mediating Role of Personality among Capital City Police Pakistan
29. MS A study of the relationship between organizational justice and organizational citizenship behavior: Mediating role of job satisfaction in banking sector of Pakistan
30. MS Effect of knowledge management practices and the moderating role of interpersonal trust on firm performance: A case in software industry of Pakistan
31. MS Impact of organizational culture on organizational performance: The mediating role of organizational commitment in banking sector of Pakistan
BOOKS AUTHORED / AUTHORED
  1. A chapter “Performance Evaluation Policy” of the book “Performance Evaluation-A Managerial Approach”, published by MAJU
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. Rubbab, U.& Naqvi, S. M. M. R. (2020).Employee Voice Behavior as a Critical Factor for Organizational Sustainability in the Telecommunications Industry. PLOS ONE. 15(9). Doi.org/10.1371/journal. pone. 0238451
2. Khan, A., Naqvi, S.M.M Raza., Athar, S., Imran, & Naveed (2020).Does Perceive Organizational Support Moderate in the Relationship Between Internal Tuberculosis Stigmatized Individuals and Deviant Workplace Behavior of Employees Through Mediating Role of Self-esteem. Hamdard Islamicus, 43 (2-II). 399-406,
3. Hayat, Q., & Raza Naqvi, S. M.,(2019). Antecedents and Consequences of Employee Greed: An Empirical Examination. Global Regional Review, 4(3). 1-11. p- ISSN: 2616-955X | e-ISSN: 2663-7030 | ISSN-L: 2616-955X. Y-category
4. Khan, A, Naqvi, S. R, Imran, M, Q., & Sohail, U. (2019). Disclosure tuberculosis stigmatized identities and its workplace implications in Pakistan. The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences, LXII, 110-124. e-ISSN: 2357-1330. Web of Science, Clarivate ISI Conference Proceedings Citation Index (ISI CPCI)- (Scopus journal) W-category
5. Khan, A., & Raza Naqvi, S. M.,(2019). Anticipated Tuberculosis Stigmatized Identities and Deviant Workplace Behavior: A Moderated Mediated Model in Pakistan. Global Regional Review, 4(1). 1-11. p- ISSN: 2616-955X | e-ISSN: 2663-7030 | ISSN-L: 2616-955X. Y-category
6. Khan, A., and Naqvi, S. M. M. Raza., (2018). Experience/ enacted tuberculosis stigmatized employees and their deviant workplace behaviors: A mediated moderated model in Pakistan. Journal of Managerial Sciences, 12(4):278-286: ISSN: 1998-4642. Y-category
7. Khan, A., and Naqvi, S. M. M. Raza., (2018). The impact of internalized stigma at workplace through interlinking mechanism of self-esteem of tuberculosis patients in Pakistan. Journal of Managerial Sciences, 9(3):323-342: ISSN: 1998-4642. Y-category
8. Hayat, Q., and Naqvi, S. M. M. Raza., (2018). Job Strain, Employee Greed, and Employee Envy: Moderating Role of Self-Monitoring in the Banking Sector of Pakistan. Journal of Managerial Sciences, 9(3):221-244: ISSN: 1998-4642. Y-category
9. Javed, B., Naqvi, S. M. M. R., Khan, A. K., Arjoon, S., & Tayyeb, H. H. (2017). Impact of inclusive leadership on innovative work behavior: The role of psychological safety. Journal of Management & Organization, 1-20. ISSN:1833-3672 Impact: 0.41, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/jmo.2017.3 Published online: 23 February 2017- W category
10. khattak, J., & Naqvi, S. M. M. R. (2016), “Impact of consumer beliefs on beef buying intention in Pakistan”. Abasyn Journal of Social Sciences, 9(2):495-508: ISSN: 2221-6782. X-category
11. Shabbir and Naqvi, S.M.M.R., (2017), “Impact of Workload and Job Complexity on Employee Job Performance with the Moderating Role of Social Support and Mediating Role of Job Stress: A Study of Travel agencies in Rawalpindi, Islamabad and AJK”, Journal of Accounting and Marketing, 6:(1):ISSN: 2168-9601, DOI: 10.4172/2168-9601.1000214
12. Hanif, F., & Naqvi, S. M. M. R. , “The Role of Employee Engagement in Work Related Outcomes”, Advances in Economics and Business, No: 6, Pages: 204–214, 2015
13. Naqvi, S. M. M. R., and Bashir, S. , “IT-Expert Retention through Organizational Commitment: A study of Public Sector Information Technology Professionals in Pakistan”, Journal of Applied Computing and Informatics, No: 1, Pages: 60–75, 2015
14. Hanif, F., & Naqvi, S. M. M. R., “Analysis of Work Family Conflict in View of Nurses, in Health Sector of Pakistan”, International Journal of Gender & Women’s Studies, No: 4, Pages: 103–116, 2014
15. Naqvi, S. M. M. Raza., Ishtiaq, M., Kanwal, N., Butt, M. U., and Nawaz, S., “Impact of Gender Diversity on Team Performance: The Moderating Role of Organizational Culture in Telecom Sector of Pakistan”, Asian Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, No: 4, Pages: 228, 2013
16. Naqvi, S. M. M. Raza., Kanwal, N., Ishtiaq, M., and Butt, M. U.,, “Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Organizational Performance of Tobacco Industry of Pakistan with Moderating Role of Business Ethics”. “, International Journal of Management Sciences and Business Research, No: 9, Pages: 23, 2013
17. Naqvi, S. M. M. Raza., Kanwal, N., Ishtiaq, M., and Ali, M., “Impact of Job Autonomy on Organizational Commitment: Moderating Role of Job Satisfaction In Tobacco Industry Of Pakistan”, Fareast Journal of Psychology and Business. , No: 1, Pages: 68, 2013
18. Naqvi, S. M. M. Raza., Ishtiaq, M., Kanwal, N., and Ali, M., “Impact of Job Autonomy on Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction: The Moderating Role of Organizational Culture in Fast Food Sector of Pakistan”, International Journal of Business Management. 8 (17):92-102, No: 17, Pages: 92, 2013
19. Naqvi, S.M.M.R., Ishtiaq M., Kanwal N., Ali, M., and Inderyas S.,, “Impact of Corporate Social responsibility on Brand image in Different FMCGs of Pakistan “, Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research In Business, No: 1, Pages: 79, 2013
20. NAQVI, S. M. M. RAZA, MALIK, F., and MAHMOOD, Q.,, “The Impact of Promotions, Recognition, Autonomy and Pay Incentives on job satisfaction: A case of banking sector employees in Pakistan”, European Journal of Business Management, No: 5, Pages: 187, 2013
21. Jawaid, S., Rajput, A. A., and Naqvi, S. M. M. R. , “Impact of Celebrity Endorsement on Teenager’s Impulsive Buying Behavior”, Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research In Business, No: 10, Pages: 1017, 2013
22. Naqvi, S.M.M.R., Mehmood, Q., Minhas, A. A., Khattak, J., Malik, F., , “Impact of Organizational Career Management Activities on Organizational Commitment: A case of IT companies of Pakistan”, Scholarly Journal of Business Administration, No: 1, Pages: 7, 2013
23. Naqvi, S.M.M.R., Ishtiaq M., Kanwal N., and Inderyas S.,, “Impact of Gender Diversity on Organizational Performance in Telecom Sector of Pakistan: The Moderating Role of Organizational Culture”, Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, No: 1, Pages: 32, 2012
24. Naqvi, S. M. M. R., and Nadeem, S. , “Impact of high performance practices system on motivation”, Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research In Business, No: 8, Pages: 197, 2011
25. Rahman, A., Naqvi, S. M. M. R., and Ramay, M. I.,, “Measuring Turnover Intention: A Study of IT Professionals in Pakistan”, International Review of Business Research Papers, No: 3, Pages: 45, 2008
26. Ramay, M., Aftab, S., and Naqvi, S. , “Please Let Me Do My Job”, The European Case Clearing House, ECCH reference no. 407-046-1 / 407-046-8, (Article in Press)No: 1, 2007
27. Ramay, M., Khalid, G., and Naqvi, S., “Myopia in Human Resource Practices”, The European Case Clearing House, ECCH reference no. 407-017-1 / 407-017-8, (Article in Press)No: 1, 2007
28. Naqvi, S. and Ramay, M. , “WE DON’T HATE EACH OTHER “, The European Case Clearing House, ECCH: reference:707-011-1 / 707-011-8, No: 1, 2007
29. Hijazi, T., and Naqvi, S. M. M. R.,, “Factors Affecting Student’s Performance: A Case of Private Colleges”, Bangladesh e-Journal of Sociology, No: 1, Pages: 90, 2006
CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
1. A research paper “Buying Meat for Family in the Collectivist Culture: An application of the Theory of Planned Behavior” accepted in 4TH International Conference on New Challenges in Management and Business. Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey, 5-6 September 2016.
2. A research paper “Impact of Emotional Labor Strategies on Employee Burnout Mediating Role of Emotional Dissonance and Moderating Role of Workplace Social Support” accepted in15th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development – Human Resources Development. Varazdin, Croatia, 9-10 June 2016
3. A research paper “Psychological Empowerment and Employee Behaviors Employee Engagement as Mediator and Leader-Member Exchange as Moderator” accepted in 13th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development conference, Barcelona, 14-16 April 2016
4. A research paper “High performance HR practices as a source of competitive advantage in banking sector” accepted in International Engineering & Management Conference 2012. 24-25 October 2012.
5. A research paper “The Impact of high performance work practices system on Organizational performance and motivation” accepted in 27th EGOS Colloquium, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. 06-09 July, 2011
6. A research paper “The Impact of Compensation, Supervisor Support, Training & Development on Organizational Commitment of IT Professionals in Pakistan” is accepted in International Colloquium on Business and Management conference in Bangkok 19-22nd November 2007
7. A research paper “ Impact of socio-economic factors on students’ academic performance” is accepted in 2nd International Symposium by PEP Foundation Inc. USA on “ Issues in Higher Education in Pakistan Under Graduate Degree: The Weakest Link”. University of Arid Agriculture, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. 11-13 November, 2006;

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