Dr. Shoaib is an Associate Professor at KSBL and has introduced a new course on 'digital economy' which include business modules on collaborative consumption, cryptoventures and artificial intelligence. Before joining KSBL, he served as a faculty member at Sejong University, Seoul, South Korea for 2 years. He has extensive teaching, training as well as corporate work experience both in Pakistan and abroad. He completed his PhD in Organizational Behavior from Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan in 2015. His research interests center on exploring impacts of rapid technological changes on global businesses, the bi-directional interaction between organizations and society and the role of religion/spirituality in business. He published a paper in the prestigious journal 'Organization', which was later declared as the 'best paper in business category' by HEC. He is also an Associate Editor at 'Business Ethics: A European Review' which is a leading journal in its area, published by Wiley. He did his MBA from Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Germany while his bachelors degree is in Electrical Engineering from National University of Science & Technology.
Postdoctoral Research (Belgium)
HEC Liege, University of Liege, Belgium
PhD Management (Organizational Behavior) Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore
Thesis title: The role of conflicting institutional logics in shaping individual identities: A case of microfinance
MBA, Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Leipzig, Germany
B.E. Electronics Engineering, National University of Sciences and Technology, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Associate Professor, Karachi School of Business Leadership, Feb 2018 - Present
Digital Business Strategy
This course prepares the general manager to be more effective in dealing strategically with the digital transformation of a global organization and its ecosystem of partnerships. It is about the organizational transformation that takes place when any organization wants to take a core part of its business online and ‘go digital’.
This course is offered in the MBA program at KSBL and enables the students to understand the difference between traditional and the new digital economy business models. This hands-on course provides the students the opportunity to learn about digital technologies for creating new ventures, new markets and disrupting competitors.
This MBA course introduces students to business analytics which is the discovery and communication of meaningful patterns of data generated in a business context. Students learn Tableau for data visualization and Python for basic data mining and machine learning techniques.
Assistant Professor, Sejong University, South Korea March 2016 – 15 Feb 2018
This course covers the fundamentals of both business-level and corporate-level strategy. It is designed to introduce a wide variety of modern strategy frameworks and methodologies, including methods for assessing the strength of competition, for understanding relative bargaining power, for anticipating competitors’ actions, for analyzing cost and value structures and their relevance to competition, and for assessing potential changes in the scope of the firm (diversification and vertical integration). Basic mastery of these tools has relevance to everyone seeking a career in business.
Teaching Fellow, Business School, LUMS January 2013 – December 2015 PhD Seminar in Research Methods
This course involves a comprehensive theory as well as skill-based approach to the teaching of quantitative and qualitative methods to PhD students. The material that students learn in this course allows them to design, implement, analyze, and critically evaluate scientific research in any field of management and organizations. The format of this course is a seminar that relies on intense discussions and debates.
Assistant Professor, GIFT University July 2005-December 2012
Relationship Manager - Habib Bank Limited, Commercial Banking Division, Faisalabad
Relationship Manager - AlBaraka Islamic Bank, Faisalabad
Deutsche Bank, Inhouse Consulting group, Frankfurt, Germany
Assistant Manager - Long Term Engineering (Pvt.) Ltd., Pakistan
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I have three broad research areas of interest: (a) Digital economy; (b) Indigenous/alternative knowledge and epistemologies; and (c) Relationship between businesses and society.
(List of Research Papers to be added later)