Ahmad TimsalPhD student, Associate Lecturer
Having worked at multinational IT companies like IBM for several years, my research interests revolve around the 'use of technology' for specific purposes by human participants. After switching to academia in 2014, I have keenly observed my students using various forms of learning technology during their studies. I was fascinated by the variation in the ways, in which technology is being used by these students - particularly in a traditional (instruction-led) learning environment. These variations can give some interesting insights about the 'influence' technology can have on teaching and learning practices, in this part of the world.
My doctoral research study is about exploring students' experiences of using learning technology, within their classroom environment, in the context of a Business School.
Phenomenographic Analysis of students' experiences of using learning technology within their MBA studies - in the context of a Pakistani Business School
UG Courses on Management Consulting
MBA (2011-2013) - University of Southern Queensland, Australia
BS IT (2005-2009) - National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan
Professor Vivien Hodgson
Dr. Syed Uzair Shah
Flexibility or ethical dilemma: an overview of the work from home policies in modern organizations around the world
Timsal, A., Awais, M. 11/10/2016 In: Human Resource Management International Digest. 24, 7, p. 12-15. 4 p.
Impact of ethical leadership on employees' performance: moderating role of organizational values
Malik, M.S., Awais, M., Timsal, A., Qureshi, U.H. 1/01/2016 In: International Review of Management and Marketing. 6, 3, p. 590-595. 6 p.