Dr. Sheikh Shamim Hasnain
Senior Lecturer
232 Building G

Dr. Sheikh Shamim Hasnain is a Senior Lecturer at the British University in Egypt. Dr. Sheikh has taught Business and Management in numerous universities and institutions, which include University of Bedfordshire (UK), Anglia Ruskin University (UK), Aberystwyth University (UK), Buckinghamshire New University (UK), Cardiff Met University (LSC), London Churchill College (UK), American Liberty University in UK and International Islamic University (Bangladesh). He could achieve the best teaching award 2016. In addition to teaching, Sheikh has also worked as an Academic Consultant at the Bedfordshire University (UK). Sheikh has the experience of working as the Academic Programme Manager and Leader at various institutions in the UK. He has authored a book entitled “Knowledge Management in Non-Governmental Organisation: Towards a New Horizon” that addresses contemporary issues on Knowledge Management. He has published many research articles on Knowledge Management, NGOs and Military in peer-reviewed journals. Sheikh is an editorial member and reviewer of various journals including Journal of Contemporary Development & Management Studies, World Journal of Management, World Review of Business Research, World Journal of Social Science, Journal of Business and Policy Research, International Review of Business Research, Knowledge Management Research and Practice and Review of Applied Management. Sheikh works as a Director of Studies (Research) for LSC (Cardiff Met University). Sheikh has the experience of examining many MSc Dissertations/Projects on Business and Management at the Anglia Ruskin University (UK).  He is an External Ph. D. Examiner at the Curtin University, Australia. Before joining the academic world, Sheikh served as a regular commissioned officer (Major) in the army and has the experience of working with the United Nations.

Education
  • PhD (2012), Aberystwyth University, UK (Business and Management).
  • MBA in Business Studies (2005), Bedfordshire University, UK.
  • MBA in Marketing and International Business- Academic Gold Medal; 1st Class 1st (2000), International Islamic University, Bangladesh.  
  • BA (1986), Chittagong University, Bangladesh
Journal Articles
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2019), Trust-Significance, Definitions and Dimensions: A Literature Search. Archives of Business Research, 7(2), 26-32.
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2018), How do you Measure Trust? : Trust Taxonomies and Measurement Tools International Journal of Innovative Research & Development, 7(9), 54-59.
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2018), Knowledge Management: Who Cares about Knowledge Transfer  Mechanisms? International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 119 (16b, Special Issue), 2279-2288 (Scopus).
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2017), Trust-A Catalyst to Knowledge Transfer: Contemporary Studies.  Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 4 (1), 29-40.
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2017), Military knowledge transfer Mechanisms: A Passage to Academic World. European Journal of Economics and Business Studies, 7 (2), 39-55.
  • Hasnain, S.S., Jasimuddin, S. M. and   Fuller-Love, N.  (2016), Exploring Causes, Taxonomies, Mechanisms and Barriers  Influencing  Knowledge Transfer: Empirical Studies in NGOs. Information Resources Management Journal, 29 (1), 39-56.
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2016), A Few Good Knowledge Transfer Mechanisms: Keys to Successful Military Operations. Archives of Business Research, 3 (4), 1-8
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2015), Organisational Knowledge: The Panacea to NGO-operations. Social and Behavioural Science (Elsevier), (195), 197-201.
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2015), Taxonomies of NGOs Revisited: A Bangladesh Perspective. Journal of Resources Development and Management, (19), 85-89.                   
  • Hasnain, S.S.(2015), Theories Governing NGO-Operations:  A Bangladesh Perspective. American Academic & Scholarly Research Journal, 7 (2), 45-53.                       
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2015), Taxonomies of Knowledge Transfer Revisited: Towards a New Approach. American Academic & Scholarly Research Journal, 7 (2), 66-75.
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2014), Poverty Marching Towards   Museums:  NGOs in Bangladesh Revisited. Developing Country Studies, 4 (8), 102-111.
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2014), Does Age Matter in Knowledge Absorption? : An Empirical Study on Female Beneficiaries in NGOs. Journal of Education and Practice, 5 (12), 131-138.
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2014), Old vs. Young- Who can Absorb More Knowledge? : An Empirical Study on Male Beneficiaries in NGOs.  Journal of Public Policy and Administration Research,4(4),69-76. 
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2014), Are Women Better than Men at Knowledge Absorbing? : An Empirical  Search in NGOs.  Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 4 (9), 18-27.
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2014), Location of Facilities: Towards a New Approach for NGOs. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 5(2), 154-160.
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2014), The NGOs’ Knowledge and Socio-economic Development: An Empirical Investigation in Bangladesh. Information and Knowledge Management Journal, 3 (4), 9-23.
  • Hasnain, S.S. and Jasimuddin, S. M. (2013), Duties and Responsibilities  of NGO-employees in Bangladesh: Is the Mission Impossible. World Journal of Social Sciences, 3(1) January, 145-159.
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2013), The Unheard Soliloquy of NGO-Employees in Bangladesh: Some Empirical Findings. European Journal of Business and Management, 5 (15), 134-141.
  • Hasnain, S. S., Jasimuddin, S.M.  and  Chowdhury, D. (2013), In Search of Knowledge Management: An Autopsy  Report of Management Text Books. European Journal of Innovation Research, 1 (2), 1-12.
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2012), Knowledge-Taxonomy Revisited: Towards a New Approach. International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 5 (1),371-383.
  • Hasnain, S.S. and Jasimuddin, S. M. (2012), The Barriers to  Knowledge Transfer: An Empirical  Study in the Non- Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in Bangladesh. World Journal of Social Science, March 2 (2), 135-15.
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2012), A Contemporary Knowledge Management Guru(Harry Scarbrough)  and His Works. International Journal of Advances in Management, Technology& Engineering Sciences, 1 (12) September issue, 95-102. 
  • Hasnain, S.S. (2012), Measuring Knowledge: Towards a Quantitative Technique.  World Review of  Business Research, 2(6), November issue, 135-143.
Conference Papers
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2018), Searching for Panacea to Management Ills: Trust Models Revisited, 7th World Conference, 28-30 April, Izmir, Turkey.
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2018), “Knowledge Management: Who Cares about Knowledge Transfer Mechanisms?”, ICI-SDSMT-2018 International Conference, 26–27 May, Bali, Indonesia. (Will be published in Scopus indexed journal).
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2018), NGO-Accountability: Oh! Beneficiaries be Our Friends. Conference on Accounting and Finance (FCAF-18). 24-25th August 2018, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Hasnain, S. S. (2018), Knowledge Management: Who Cares About Knowledge Transfer Mechanisms? 2nd International Conference on Innovations & Sustainable Development in Sciences, Management & Technology (ICI-SD-SMT-2018) 6-27 May 2018, Kuta Central Park Hotel, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia.
Chapters in Books

Book:

Hasnain, S. S. (2016). Knowledge Management in Non-Governmental Organisations: Towards a New Horizon.  (ISBN-13: 978-1622659807, ISBN-10:1622659805). New York: IIST

Fields of Interests
Knowledge Management; Business Strategy / Strategic; Management; Marketing and International Business; General Management; Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs) /Not-for-profit Organisations (third sector); NGO management: the techniques of NGO management; Site/location selection criteria for the NGOs; The roles of the NGOs in Socio-economic development in the developing world; Ensuring NGO-accountability and the ethical issues; Trust and Knowledge Transfer; Military and knowledge Management.
Modules
Knowledge Management; Research Methodology; International Business; Strategic Management; Principles of Marketing; Introduction to Management; Business Environment; Human Resource Management; Organizational Behavior.