Dr. Wissam H. AlHussaini

Bio

Wissam AlHussaini is an assistant professor in the Department of Management Studies. He holds a PhD in Business Administration from Concordia University. In addition, he has a mixed background comprising of business administration and engineering with an MBA from AUB and a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Damascus University. His research is focused on corporate governance, strategic leadership and entrepreneurship.

Teaching Interests

  • Strategic Management
  • Leadership
  • Corporate Governance
  • International Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Generic Management
  • Business Ethics

Research Interests

  • Corporate Governance
  • Strategic Leadership
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Corruption in the International Context

Executive Training

  • In-house and at-premise training for major regional businesses.
  • Offered standardized and customized workshops for various levels in: Strategic planning & execution, strategic leadership, Small businesses management, & venture creation. Some of the clients are: 
  • National Bank of Kuwait, Kuwait 2012
  • Hikma Pharmaceuticals, Jordan 2012
  • Tabuk Pharmacueticals, KSA 2012
  • ABC Retail Group, Lebanon 2012

Consulting Activities

  • Faqra Catering
  • Shell Petrolium
  • PetroLink

Selected Publications

Articles in Refereed Journals:

AlHussaini, W. & Molz, R. (2009). A Post-Keynesian Regulatory Model of Privatization. Journal of Socio-Economics, 38(2), 391-398.

In Refereed Conferences:

AlHussaini, W. (2012, August). Islamic management in history. Presented at Academy of Management (AoM) Conference, Boston, MA.

AlHussaini, W. & Molz, R. (2009, August). Corruption and the MNC: Antecedents to Bribery in A Foreign Country. Presented at Academy of Management (AoM) Conference, Chicago, IL.

AlHussaini, W. (2008, May). Corporate Governance in The Arab World: A Case Study. Presented at Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference, Nova Scotia, Canada.