I view the definition of lecturing as the design-development interactive environment. Thus, the teaching environment is comprised of the behaviours of both teachers and students while a planned lesson is presented in a structured manner. I have taught various combinations of subjects but not limited to Business and IT subjects.

My lecturing pattern engages students by enabling them in cognitive, academic and various social activities. I emphasise students on consistently accumulate empirical knowledge by learning concerning theories and how to use them productively.

Followings are some of the modules I have taught over the years, specifically in Business and IT. Bold indicates my specializations. 

Business Modules 
  • Research  

    • Research Modules

    • Supervising degree and master levels thesis 

    • Perform data analysis using AMOS, SPSS and Lisrel  

  • Business strategy

  • Operations Management 

  • Strategic Planning

  • Strategic Quality System and Management

  • Strategic Change Management

  • Understanding and Leading Change

  • Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

  • International Marketing Management

  • Marketing Essentials

  • Marketing Management

  • Human Resource Management

  • Business Statistics 

  • Quality Management

  • Strategic Management

  • Organisational Behaviour

  • Supply Chain Management

  • Business Economics 

  • Principles of Management

  • International Marketing Management 

  • Entrepreneurship

  • Principles of Management  

IT Modules 
  • Research  

    • Research Modules 

    • Supervising degree and master levels thesis

    • Perform data analysis using AMOS, SPSS and Lisrel  

  • Information Technolog=y Strategy And Management.

  • Management Information systems

  • Business Analysis and Design 
     

  • E-strategy 

  • E-commerce 

  • Project Risk Management

  • Project Management