Dr. Muhammad Shakeel Aslam
Assistant Professor, Management Sciences
Area of Interest: Management Learning, Cross-border Knowledge Sharing, Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007  
HEC approved PhD Supervisor

Dr. Muhammad Shakeel Aslam earned PhD from Lancaster University United Kingdom. His research areas include Management Learning, Practice-based learning, Socio-cultural aspects of knowledge sharing in international alliances, and Artificial Intelligence in HRM.

He recently published in International Business Review and International Marketing Review.

He has expertise in both quantitative and qualitative research. Besides, he is serving as an external examiner for theses and a reviewer for several reputed journals.




Journal Papers:
1. Qammar, A., Aslam, MS., Khan, SR., Alvi, TH., Jabeen, N. (2024), "Does age matter for innovative behavior among IT professionals? A time-lagged mediated moderation model of organizational justice, creative self-efficacy, and innovative behavior. ", Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies, pp: ahead-of-print, Vol: Accepted, Issue: ahead-of-print, ISSN: ahead-of-print, Impact Factor: 10.3, ESCI JCR Q1   
2. Aslam, MS., Akram, A. (2024), "When and how does e-HRM Optimize Communication Pace and Processing Time?", Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences, pp: ahead-of-print, Vol: ahead-of-print, Issue: ahead-of-print, Impact Factor: 1.8, ESCI JCR: Q2   
3. Aslam, MS., Qammar, A., Ali, I., Yaqoob, Z., Mohapatra, AK (2024), "Fostering Innovation Speed and Quality in ICT Firms: The Role of Knowledge Governance Mechanisms, Absorptive Capacity and Environmental Dynamism", Technological Forecasting and Social Change, pp: ahead-of-print, Vol: Accepted, Issue: ahead-of-print, ISSN: ahead-of-print, Impact Factor: 12, SSCI JCR Q1, ABS-3, ABDC-A   
4. Qammar, A., Sagheer, R. & Aslam, M.S. (2023), "Translating environmental corporate social responsibility into environmental performance and competitive advantage: a moderated mediation model.", Environmental Science and Pollution Research, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-023-29689-x, Impact Factor: 5.8, SCIE JCR: Q2,     (External URL)
5. Aslam, M.S., O'Reilly, D., & Shah, U. (2022), "Taking the rough with the smooth: A qualitative inquiry into social and cultural practices of knowledge-sharing work in international consultancy alliances", International Business Review, Vol: In Press, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ibusrev.2022.102081, Impact Factor: 8.7; SSCI JCR: Q2, ABS-3; ABDC-A    (External URL)
6. Qammar, A., Aslam, M.S., Yaqub, M. Z., Ahmed, F., Ali, I., Ali, M., (2022), "Knowledge acquisition from foreign partners in international alliances. Moderating role of knowledge integration", European Journal of International Management, DOI: http://doi.org/10.1504/EJIM.2022.10060154, Impact Factor: 1.8; SSCI JCR: Q4, ABS: 2-star; ABDC: 'C'; In Press   
7. Aslam, M. S., Ali, I., Qammar, A., Kiwan, L., & Dhir, A. (2022), "How knowledge acquisition creates a competitive edge? A qualitative inquiry from international consultancy alliance", International Marketing Review, pp: 653-681, Vol: 39, Issue: 3, ISSN: 0265-1335, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/IMR-03-2021-0111, Impact Factor: 5.774; SSCI JCR: Q3, ABS-3; ABDC-A    (External URL)
8. Muhammad Shakeel Aslam, Farhan Ahmad and Shamyla Anwar (2012), "Job Burnout and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors: Mediating Role of Affective Commitment", Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, pp: 8120-8129 , Vol: 2, Issue: 8, Standard: [ISI Indexed]    (External URL)
9. Mian Sajid Nazir, Muhammad Shakeel Aslam, Muhammad Musarrat Nawaz (2011), "Can Demography Predict Academic Dishonest Behaviors of Students? A Case of Pakistan", International Education Studies, pp: 208-217, Vol: 4, Issue: 2, Standard: ISSN 1913-9020, E-ISSN 1913-9039    (External URL)
10. Nazir, M.S., Aslam, M.S., Nawaz, M.M., (2011), "Mediating Role of LMX in Distributive Justice – Organizational Citizenship behavior Relationship: Evidence from Pakistan", European Journal of Social Sciences, pp: 59-68, Vol: 25, Issue: 3, Standard: ISSN 1450-2267    (External URL)
11. Muhammad Shakeel Aslam and Mian Sajid Nazir (2011), "THE IMPACT OF PERSONALITY TRAITS ON ACADEMIC DISHONESTY AMONG PAKISTAN STUDENTS", The Journal of Commerce, pp: 50-61, Vol: 3, Issue: 2, Standard: ISSN: 2218-8118, 2220-6043    (External URL)
12. Abdul Haque and Muhammad Shakeel Aslam (2011), "The Influence of Demography on Job Burnout", Far East Journal of Psychology and Business, pp: 57-72, Vol: 4, Issue: 2, Standard: Print ISSN: 2219 5440, Online ISSN: 2221 8017    (External URL)
13. Abdul Haque and Muhammad Shakeel Aslam (2011), "The Influence of Distributive Justice on Organizational Citizenship Behaviors: Mediating Role of Emotional Exhaustion and Organizational Attachment", International Journal of Business and Social Science, pp: 155-165, Vol: 2, Issue: 15, Standard: ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online)    (External URL)
14. Muhammad Shakeel Aslam and Umar Safdar (2011), "The Influence of Job Burnout on Intention to Stay in the Organization: Mediating Role of Affective Commitment", Journal of Business and Applied Scientific Research, pp: 4016-4025, Vol: 2, Issue: 4, Standard: 2090-4304 [ISI Indexed]   
15. Mian Sajid Nazir and Muhammad Shakeel Aslam (2010), "Academic dishonesty and perceptions of Pakistani students", International Journal of Educational Management, pp: 655-688, Vol: 24, Issue: 7, ISSN: 0951-354X, Impact Factor: 2.4, ESCI JCR: Q2, ABS-1, ABDC-B  Abstract  (External URL)
Conference Papers:
1. Muhammad Shakeel Aslam, Wajid Ali and Shumyla Anwar (2010) "Critical Success Factors for Organizational Growth through Innovation", 2nd International Conference - SAICON 2010 (Nurturing Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Investments i  Abstract 
2. Muhammad Shakeel Aslam, Umar Safdar and Sadaf Ehsan (2010) "Success and Failure of Firms' Diversification", 2nd International Conference - SAICON 2010 (Nurturing Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Investments i  Abstract 


PhD: Management Learning and Leadership
Lancaster University, United Kingdom
Sep 2013 to Jun 2019
MS (Management Sciences)
COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore, Pakistan
Sep 2009 to Aug 2011


Assistant Professor
COMSATS University Islamabad, Lahore Campus
Jul 2021 to Date
COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) Lahore Pakistan
Mar 2007 to Jul 2021

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