Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior & Coordinator DBA program, Department
of Leadership and Organizational Agility
Dr Abdul Karim Khan was born and raised in Pakistan. He completed a Ph.D in Organizational Behavior at the Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management, France. Prior to joining the United Arab Emirates University, he worked at Lahore University of Management Sciences for four years, where he headed the Ph.D in Management Program. During his stay in France, he also taught at the EMLyon Business School.
Dr Khan has a keen interest in analyzing employee behavior issues in an organizational context. He is specifically interested in understanding why high performers are abused and psychological interventions that can reduce non-supportive leadership behavior. Other areas of interest are the role of emotions in the workplace and workplace justice. His recent work on the abuse of high performers appeared in the Journal of Management, the number one peer-reviewed journal in the field of Management Studies.
Since joining UAEU in January 2015, Dr. Khan has published more than 25 research papers in reputed impact-factor journals. He has been working on many joint projects with colleagues from around the world. One of his papers won the award for best paper award at 2015 Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Dr Khan won college award in research and scholarship for year 2019. He is also recipient of university awards for publishing in top journals. Dr Khan is a regular presenter at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting. He first presented a paper there in 2009. He has also been invited to a variety of international forums as a keynote or plenary speaker.
Dr. Khan currently looks after the DBA program as DBA coordinator. He has so far supervised ten DBA students who successfully defended their dissertations.
Dr. Khan and his North American colleagues recently (in partnership with EMAAR) designed and tested psychological interventions that sought to reduce non-supportive managerial behavior. This study is nearly finished and promises actionable implications for both EMAAR and the wider academic community.
Outside of the classroom, Dr. Khan enjoys travelling, reading and taking part in professional conferences and other forums.
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