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Curriculum Vitae of Prof. Dr.

Abdul Latif
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS Degree PhD (Policy Analysis) Year 1996 Institution The Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Australia. Thesis The Implementation of Energy Policy in Pakistan The Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Australia Thesis The Impact of Staff Ceilings on the Australian Public Service The University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan Thesis Labour Problems in Retrospect and Prospect: An Analytical Study of Industrial Relations in Pakistan Government S.E. College, Bahawalpur, Pakistan

MA 1984 (Human Resource Management)

MA 1969 (Administrative Science) List of courses studied annexed. BSc 1967 (Physics, Mathematics) TRAINING

Workshop on Training of Program Evaluators of NBEAC on the Accreditation Process organized by HEC Quality Assurance Agency in collaboration with NBEAC, at Islamabad. Evaluators Training organized at Lahore by National Business Education Accreditation Council (NBEAC), Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan. SAQS (South Asian Quality Assurance System) Peer Reviewers Workshop jointly organized by IBA Karachi and Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA), at IBA Karachi. Vice Chancellors Forum and 17th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers organized by Government of Malaysia, and Commonwealth Secretariat at Convention Center, Kuala Lampur. Workshop on Senior Management Professional Development organized by Hamdard University, Karachi. Workshop on Quality Assurance Practices in Management Education held at International Islamic University, Islamabad. Case Teaching Workshop jointly organized by Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) & Association of Management Development Institutions in Pakistan (AMDIP) at LUMS Lahore. 1

Oct. 10-12, 2011

Nov. 8 9, 2010

June 15-16, 2010

June 15-19, 2009

July 07-08, 2007

May 04, 2006

June 23 - 25, 2003

Managerial Grid Seminar organized by Grid International Inc., USA at Pakistan Society for Training and Development,(PSTD), Karachi. Workshop on Role of Geology in Urban and Environmental Planning with special reference to Islamabad organized by Pakistan Academy of Geological Sciences & Geological Survey of Pakistan held at Islamabad. Workshop on Administrative Issues of Managing Large Cities organized by Good Governance Group, Government of Pakistan, G-3 Secretariat, Islamabad held at NIPA, Lahore. Strategic Human Resource Management Seminar jointly organized by Pakistan Institute of Management (PIM), Karachi and Arthur D. Little Management Education Institute Inc., U.S.A. held at PIM Karachi. Diagnosing Organizational Performance Workshop jointly organized by Academy for Educational Development Islamabad and Emmay Associates (Pvt.) Limited, Karachi at Karachi. Management Information Systems Workshop jointly organized by Academy for Educational Development, Islamabad, and NIPA Karachi at NIPA, Karachi. (Phase-1) (Phase-II) (Phase-III)

April 15 19, 2002

May 18, 2000

May 25-26, 1998

May 05 10, 1990

(Phase-1) Dec. 24 28, 1989 (Phase-II) May 13 17, 1990

May 22 -31,1988 Nov. 27-Dec. 6, 1988 Mar. 26-Apr.4,1989

APPOINTMENTS I) Professor & Chairman Department of Management Sciences, The Islamia University (IUB), Bahawalpur, Government of the Punjab, Pakistan. 05 Oct. 2007 to date

Brief Job Description as Professor & Chairman, Department of Management Sciences (DMS), The Islamia University of Bahawalpur DMS offers the under mentioned academic programs, which are managed by the Chairman. Master of Business Administration (MBA) Master of Science (MS) in Management Executive MBA (EMBA) Bachelor of Business Administration ( BBA) Hons. The Chairman exercises supervisory control over the academic/administrative staff of the department and ensure that they carry on duties entrusted to them properly. The Chairman deals with all academic and administrative activities of the department. He is ex-officio member academic/administrative committees of the Islamia University of Bahawalpur. The Chairman prepares annual budget of the Department and present it to the authorities. 2

The Chairman submits each year a report on the performance of the Department highlighting aspects of internal and external efficiency and prospective plan of academic studies. The Chairman has the power to recommend annual increments to all the teaching and non-teaching staff. The Chairman, as Professor of Management, is responsible for providing leadership to the faculty in all academic matters and supervises and guides research by the students and faculty. Moreover, teaches various courses in his area of specialization. The Chairman may delegate such of his administrative powers to the individual members of the staff of the department as he may deem fit for the proper functioning of the department. Chairman, Board of Studies of Management Sciences; Member, Academic Council; Member, Board of Advance Studies, and Research; and Member, Investment Committee of IUB. Member Selection Board / Committees for Academic and Management positions of IUB. 01 Oct. 2001 to 04 Oct. 2007

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Professor & Director Hamdard Institute of Management Sciences, Hamdard University, Karachi, Pakistan.

Brief Job Description as Professor & Director of Hamdard Institute of Management Sciences, Hamdard University, Karachi. Subject to the provisions of University Statutes, the Director is the Principal Executive Officer of the Institute, responsible for the execution of the policies laid down by the authorities. The Director exercises supervisory control over the academic/administrative staff of the Institute and ensures that they carry on duties entrusted to them properly. The Director prepares annual budget of the Institute and present it to the appropriate authorities. The Director submits each year a report on the performance of the Institute highlighting aspects of internal and external efficiency and prospective plan of academic studies. The Director may delegate such of his administrative powers to the individual members of the staff of the Institute as he may deem fit for the proper functioning of the Institute. The Director has the power to grant annual increments to all the non-academic staff. Annual increments to the academic staff, including permissions to cross the efficiency bar to be granted by the Vice Chancellor on the recommendation of the Director. The Director has the power to incur expenditure provided for in the approved budget of the Institute. He has the power to sanction expenditure up to Rs.25, 000/- within the budget provision and according to Financial Rules of the University. 3

The Director may constitute such committees, including the Selection Committee (for appointment of the staff other than officers and teachers) as may be necessary for the efficient functioning of the Institute subject to the availability of funds in the budget of the Institute. The Director is the appointing authority for staff in pay scales 1 to 4 (total pay scales are 10). The Director, as Professor of Management, is responsible for providing leadership to the faculty in all academic matters and supervises and guide research by the students and faculty, and teaches various courses in his area of specialization. The Director is Ex-officio Chairman, Board of Studies (BoS), Hamdard Institute of Management Sciences (HIMS); Member, Board of Faculty of Management Sciences; and Member Academic Council, Hamdard University, Karachi. Chairman, Admissions Committee, and Member, Board of Advanced Studies & Research, Hamdard University. 01 Sept. 2000 to 30 Sept. 2001

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Professor & Director Dadabhoy Institute of Management Sciences, Karachi (An Affiliate of University of Karachi), Pakistan.

Brief Job Description as Director & Professor, Dadabhoy Institute of Management Sciences (DIMS), Karachi Chief Executive of the Institute, responsible for overall management of the Institute including academic, administrative and financial matters in accordance with Service Rules, Financial Rules and Policies approved by the Board of Trustees of Dadabhoy Foundation and Board of Governors, DIMS. As founder Director, I was also responsible to conceive, and formulate the academic, administrative and financial policies and rules for the Institute and get them approved by the Board of Trustees and work for ultimately converting the Institute into University. Ex-Officio Member/Secretary of the Board of Governors of the Institute. As Professor of Management, provide guidance to the faculty, conduct research and teach various courses to the students in his area of specialization. IV) Director National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA), Establishment Division, Government of Pakistan, Karachi. 10 July 1997 to29 Aug. 1997

Brief Job Description as Director, NIPA Karachi Director is the Chief Executive of the Institute and is responsible for the implementation of all Administrative, Academic and Financial policies of the Government to achieve its objectives. These objectives include training of public servants, conducting research in public administration and providing management consultancy to the public/private sector organizations. V) Deputy Director National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA), Establishment Division, Government of Pakistan, Karachi. Aug. 1995 to09 July 1997

Brief Job Description as Deputy Director, NIPA Karachi Providing assistance to Director as Administrative Head of the Institute. Preparing Budget for the Institute. 4

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Managing human resources of the Institute and carry all activities relating to HRM. Providing logistics and support services for the Institute. Processing all files for submission to the Director December 1993to July 1997

Chief Instructor National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA), Establishment Division, Government of Pakistan, Karachi.

Brief Job Description as Chief Instructor, NIPA Karachi Organizing training courses for the middle management level officers of the government organizations and public corporations in the field of Management and Development. This entails i) designing and conducting training courses; ii) delivering lectures and conducting other class sessions such as syndicates, class exercises, group discussions, panel discussions etc. and, iii) supervising field research by the participants. Conducting and supervising research into the field of Public Administration. Conducting and participating in the national and international conferences and seminars. Providing management consultancy to the Government Organizations and Public Corporations. Guidance, supervision and grooming of the junior faculty of the Institute. In-charge Computer Section/Lab. (1995 1997). During 1995 -97 also held additional charge of Deputy Director (Administration). In the absence of Director, look after the work of Director. VII) Senior Instructor National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA), Establishment Division, Government of Pakistan, Karachi. June 1980 to December 1993

Brief Job Description as Senior Instructor, All the duties as mentioned under Chief Instructor, except the last three. VIII) Research Associate/Instructor National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA), Establishment Division, Government of Pakistan, Karachi. November 1974 to May 1980

Brief Job Description as Research Associate / Instructor, Conducting research. Assisting the senior faculty in consultancy and teaching assignments Developing training modules /manuals Conducting Group Discussion sessions of the trainee officers IX) Research Assistant National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA), Establishment Division, Government of Pakistan, Karachi. November 1972 to October 1974

Brief Job Description as Research Assistant, Providing assistance to the senior faculty in research assignments.

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Human Resource Management and Development Management Theory and Practice Management of Higher Education and Training Institutions Marketing Management and Research Strategic Management and Business Policy Motivation Theories and Practice Leadership and Entrepreneurship

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS/ REPORTS Book 1. Latif, A., (2004), The Implementation of Energy Policy in Pakistan, Royal Book Company, Karachi. Research Papers 2. Latif, A., Nazar, M.S., and Shaikh, F.M., (2012), Economic Analysis of Wheat Forecasting Analysis and Price Shocks in Wheat Market in Pakistan: A Survey, Asian Social Science, Vol.8, No.2, (February- forthcoming). 3. Latif, A., Nazar, M.S., and Shaikh, F.M., (2012), Attitude and Perception Differences among International Students and Local Students: A Case Study of Australia and New Zealand, Asian Social Science, Vol.8, No.1, (January- forthcoming) 4. Latif, A., Abideen, ZainUl, and Nazar, M.S., (2012), Key Account Management Practices in Pakistan, The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, (Forthcoming). 5. Latif, A., Shaikh, F.M., and Nazar, M.S., (2012), Advertising Effectiveness on Brand Judgment and Consumer Preference in Purchasing Decision in Pakistan, International Journal of Marketing Studies, Vol. 4, No. 2, (Forthcoming) 6. Latif, A., Syed, A.A.S.G., Nazar, M.S., Shah, H., and Shaikh, F.M., (2011), Poverty as an Unfinished Agenda for the Third World Countries: Impact of Social and Economic Factors on Poverty, A Case Study of Sindh, Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol.4, No.5, pp.107114.

7. Shaikh, F.M., Latif, A., Shah, A.,A., and Nazar, M.S., (2011), Forecasting the Stock Market through Dart Board Theory, International Journal of Economics and Finance,Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 106-112. 8. Khalid, J., Latif, A., and Gillani, S.U.A., (2011), Impact of SHRM Practices on Organizational Performance: An application of Universalistic approach, European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.3, No.3, pp.316-326. 9. Rasheed, M., and Latif, A., (2011), Does Technology-Enabled Service Quality affect Organizational Competencies? Journal of Public Administration and Governance, Vol.1, No.2, pp.58-76. 6

10. Latif, A., Nazar, M.S., Mehmood, T., Shaikh, F.M., and Shah, A.A., (2011), Sustainability of Micro Credit System and its Impact on Poverty Alleviation in Pakistan, Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol.4, No.4, pp.160-165. 11. Latif, A., Nazar, M.S., Shah, N., and Shaikh, F.M., (2011), Women Entrepreneurs in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and their Contribution on Sustainable Economic Development in Sindh, Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol.4, No.4, pp.230-235. 12. Latif, A., Nazar, M.S., and Shaikh, F.M., (2011), Global Financial Crisis: Macroeconomic Linkage to Pakistans Agriculture, Asian Social Science, Vol.7, No.7, pp.90-93. 13. Latif, A., Nazar, M.S., Khan,T.M., and Shaikh, F.M., (2011), Human Resource Development: Strategies for Sustainable Rural Development, Asian Social Science, Vol.7, No.6, pp.159-162. 14. Latif, A., Nazar, M.S., Phulpoto, N.N., and Shaikh, F.M., (2011), Welfare Effects in Regional Block Trade: A Case Study of Exporting Dried Dates from Khairpur Mirs, International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 6, No. 5, PP. 171-179. 15. Abideen, ZainUl, Farooq, W., and Latif, A.,(2011), How urban children process advertising message: Special reference to television advertising in Pakistan, African Journal of Business Management, Vol.5, No.10, pp.3962-3974. 16. Abideen, ZainUl, Latif, A., Khan, Shanza and Farooq, W., (2011), Impact of Media on Development of Eating Disorders in Young Females of Pakistan, International Journal of Psychological Studies, Vol.3, No.1, pp.122-147. 17. Nazar, M. S., Latif, A., Phulpoto, N.N., and Shaikh, F.M., (2011), Marketing Strategies for the Developing Tourism and Its Impact on the Poverty Alleviation in Sindh, International Journal of Marketing Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 134-141. 18. Latif, A., Saleem, S., and Abideen, ZainUl, (2011), Influence of Role Model on Pakistani Urban Teenagers Purchase Behavior, European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, Issue 31, pp. 7-16. 19. Latif, A., and Abideen, ZainUl, (2011), Effects of Television Advertising on Children: A Pakistani Perspective, European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, Issue 30, pp. 38-49. 20. Abideen, ZainUl, and Latif, A.,(2011), Do Brand Extensions Affect Consumer Attitude: An Empirical ExperienceWith Reference To Pakistani Consumers, The Journal of Applied Business Research, Vol.27, No. 2, pp. 19-36. 21. Latif, A., Abideen, ZainUl, and Nazar, M.S., (2011), Individual Political Behavior in Organizational Relationship, Journal of Politics and Law, Vol.4, No.1, pp.199-210. 22. Farooq, W., Latif, A., Abideen, ZainUl, and Khan, Shanza, (2010),Do TV and Magazine Cause Body Dissatisfaction and Eating Disorder: An Empirical Investigation with Reference to Young Females of Lahore, Pakistan, International Bulletin of Business Administration, Issue 9,pp.157-170. 23. Saleem, S., Abideen, ZainUl, and Latif, A., (2010), Few Determinants of Compulsive Buying Behavior of Youth in Pakistan, European Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.17, No.4, pp.521535.

24. Nazar, M.S., Latif, A., Yaqub, M.Z., (2010),Scope and Dynamics of Political Marketing in Pakistans Environment, International Bulletin of Business Administration, Issue 7,pp.15-22. 25. Latif, A., (1992), Pakistans Chequered Existence (Socio-Political Analysis), The Nation, Rawilpindi. 26. Latif, A., (1992), Cogs that Run the Country Need Overhauling, The Dawn, Karachi. 27. Latif, A., (1977), Recruitment Policies and Practices of the Government of Pakistan, in Civil Service at the Service of People, Establishment Division, Government of Pakistan, Rawalpindi. 28. Latif, A., (1975), Some Thoughts on Executive Selection, Pakistan Journal of Public Administration, Karachi. 29. Latif, A., (1974), Problem of Human Motivation in Administration, Pakistan Journal of Public Administration, Karachi. Research Reports

Restructuring of Port Qasim Authority (Report submitted to Port Qasim Authority, Sept.2001) Administrative Issues in Managing Karachi Megalopolis (Research report presented in the seminar at NIPA Lahore organized by the Good Governance Group, under the chairmanship of Minister for Planning & Development, Government of Pakistan and Chief Coordinator, Prime Ministers 2010 Program, May 1998) Pakistans Higher Bureaucracy: An Analysis(Report submitted to Establishment Division, Government of Pakistan) Reorganization of Commissioner Office, Sukkur (Report submitted to the Govt. of Pakistan) Issue of Passport in Pakistan: An O & M Study(Report submitted to the Govt. of Pakistan) Career Planning of Customs & Excise Department, Government of Pakistan (Report submitted to the Government of Pakistan) Training of Police Constable: An Analytical Study of Police Training Center, Walton, Lahore(Research presented in the Department of Administrative Science, Punjab University, Lahore) District Police Administration: An Organizational Study(Research presented in the Department of Administrative Science, Punjab University, Lahore) Management Analysis of Town Planning Directorate, Lahore(Research Paper presented in the Department of Administrative Science, Punjab University, Lahore) Executive Selection: A study of Methods and Techniques(Research Paper presented in the Department of Administrative Science, Punjab University, Lahore) A Behavioral Analysis of Organizational Effectiveness (Research Paper presented in the Department of Administrative Science, Punjab University, Lahore)

COURSES TAUGHT AT VARIOUS UNIVERSITIES Principles of Management / Organizational Management Human Resource Management Strategic Management / Managerial Policy International Human Resource Management Strategic Human Resource Management Compensation Management Training and Development Organizational Behavior Entrepreneurship Strategies for Effective Organizations COURSES ORGANIZED/TAUGHT AT NIPA KARACHI Advanced Course in Administration and Development Personnel Management/Human Resource Management Management Techniques/O & M Project Analysis and Management Financial Management Action Research in Management Training of Trainers (Tot) Rural Development Office Management Local Government Communication Skills Problem Solving and Decision Making Managing Change Leadership and Organizational Management Conducting Effective Meetings VISITING FACULTY Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi Sindh Employees Social Security Institution (SESSI) Training Centre, Karachi National Institute of Labour Administration Training (NILAT) Karachi NIPA Quetta/Lahore State Life Insurance Corporation of Pakistan, Karachi House Building Finance Corporation (HBFC) Karachi Customs and Excise Training Institute, Karachi Pakistan Steel Mills Management Development Training Centre, Karachi Postal Training Institute, Karachi Population Welfare Training Institute, Karachi Port Qasim Training Institute, Karachi Academy for Administrative Training, Lahore Naval Staff College, Karachi 9

As Examiner, evaluated the following theses: S. No. 1 2 3 4 Name and University Mr. Mohammad Abeam, SZABIST Ms. Azra Maqsood, SZABIST Ms. Saira Nazneen Ibrahim, SZABIST Mr. Asif Brohi, Karachi University Field of Research Management Management Management Public Administration Degree MS MS MS PhD Topic of Thesis Team Effectiveness and its Impact on Productivity Culture Change Management Program at the National Bank of Pakistan Creating Excellence in Pakistani Organizations The Impact of Multinational Corporations on Developing Countries Name of Supervisor Dr. Mirza Abrar Baig Dr. Mirza Abrar Baig Dr. Mirza Abrar Baig Prof. Dr. Abuzar Wajidi Prof. Shamim Akhtar Political Sc. PhD

Mr. Nusrat Idrees, Karachi University

An Evaluation of Tenure Track System in Higher Prof. Dr. Nasira 6 Management MS Education Institutions of Jabeen Pakistan: A study of G.C. University, Lahore. Faculty Development through Mr. Muhammad Overseas and Indigenous 7 Zaheer, Management MS Scholarship Schemes Prof. Dr. A.R. Jafri Punjab University Policy and its Implementation. Performance of Privatization: Syed Asif Ali Shah, An Empirical Assessment of Prof. Dr. 8 Shah Abdul Latif Management PhD Pakistan (Case Study of Muhammad Nawaz Performance of Privatized Chand University, Khairpur Banks during 1990s) Presently, one Ph.D. scholar of Karachi University and five MS/ MBA scholars of the Department of Management Sciences, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur are being supervised. SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS Mr. Tayyeb Ali Khan, Punjab University
Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Economics and Management Sciences, 2011

Member, Editorial Board, Asian Journal of Business and Management Sciences, 2011 Member, Editorial Board, Business and Management Review, 2011 Associate Editor, The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 2011. HEC Approved PhD Supervisor. Member, Board of Studies in MBA, Institute of Management Sciences, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan, 2011 Evaluator, National Business Education Accreditation Council (NBEAC), Higher Education Commission, Pakistan, 2011. 10

SAQS Peer Reviewer, Association of Management Development Institutions of South Asia (AMDISA) Hyderabad, India, 2011. Member Review Committee for advising publication of Books / Acceptance of Research Projects, Higher Education Commission, Govt. of Pakistan, Islamabad. Member, National Curriculum Revision Committee in Business Administration, Higher Education Commission, Government of Pakistan. Examiner, Ph.D. /M. Phil. Thesis, Punjab University, Lahore. Examiner, Ph.D. Thesis, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur. Examiner/Member, Ph.D. Committee, University of Karachi Member/Subject specialist, Selection Board (Management Sciences) Bahauddin Zakriya University, Multan Member/Subject Specialist, Selection Board (Public Administration), University of Karachi Examiner/Member, MS/Ph.D. Committee, SZABIST, Karachi Member/Subject specialist, Selection Board (Management Sciences), Sindh University, Jam Shoro, Hyderabad. Member, Urban Transport Policy Planning Group of World Bank, Islamabad, 1998-99. Member, Sub-group on Public Expenditure Management, Economic Advisory Board, Ministry of Finance, Government of Pakistan, 1999 to 2000. Member, Consulting Team on Strategic & Vision Review of Planning Commission of Pakistan, 1999 CONFERENCES / SEMINARS Have participated in a number of national and international conferences/ seminars on management and development. More prominent include: Round Table organized by the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Management at Canberra, Australia; Conference by Royal Australian Institute of Public Administration, Hobart, Australia; and 17th Commonwealth Education Ministers Conference (17CCEM) and Vice Chancellors Forum 2009 at Kuala Lumpur. COUNTRIES VISITED Australia. Belgium. France. Malaysia. Netherlands. Philippines. Singapore. Saudi Arabia.Thailand. United Arab Emirates. PERSONAL DATA
Name: Fathers Name: Date of Birth: Marital Status: Citizenship: Phone (Office): Phone (Home): Mobile: Prof. Dr. Abdul Latif Choudhry Ghulam Muhammad 5 October, 1947 Married Pakistani 062-9250258 062-9255520 0300-2556302

Email: abdul.latif@iub.edu.pk&drabdullatif@hotmail.com Office Address: Present Address: Permanent Address: Professor and Chairman, Department of Management Sciences, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Government of the Punjab, Pakistan. House # 9A, Staff Colony, Bughdad-ul-Jadeed Campus, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Village & Post Office Chak No. 99/F, Tehsil Chishtian, District Bahawal Nagar, Punjab.

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