Dr. Muhammad Shakeel Sadiq Jajja
Lahore University of Management Sciences
Dr. Shakeel Sadiq Jajja is working as Assistant Professor in Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB) since January, 2014. Research interests of Dr. Jajja reside in the area of Supply Chain and Innovation Management. His research work has appeared in world-class journals including International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Benchmarking: An International Journal, International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, and International Journal of Service and Operations Management. He presents his research papers at globally-esteemed research conferences such as Annual Meeting of Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) and European Operations Management Association Conference. Dr. Jajja’s pedagogical philosophy is participant-centred learning that seeks to engage and capitalize on the learner’s abilities to create the learning experience. He has participated in Global Colloquium on Participant-Centred Learning at Harvard Business School, Boston and several other platforms of excellence in case writing and teaching. His pedagogical cases have published in Case Research Journal of North American Case Research Association and Asian Journal of Management Cases. He has written cases on companies including Service Industries Limited, Millat Tractors Limited, TCS, Daraz.pk, and Qadri Group
Research and scholarship of Dr. Jajja has received several awards from international platforms including Asian Management Research Conference, SDSB, University of Vermont School of Business Administration, and Emerald South Asia Management Research Fund Award. During Ph.D. he won Best Student Paper Award at Annual Meeting of DSI in 2012 in San Francisco USA, Emerging Economy Doctoral Student Award at Annual Conference of Production and Operations Management Society in 2012 in Chicago USA, and Best Graduate Student Paper Award at Annual Meeting of Western DSI in 2011 in Portland USA. He received Doctoral Fellowship of Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia.