Dr. Syed Mohyuddin is currently a lecturer at AIB. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Management from Curtin Business School, Curtin University, Perth (Western Australia).
He has over ten years’ experience teaching human resources and management courses in the Middle East and Australia. His experience has been both academic and managerial. Syed was also a Community College Registrar in the Middle East. He worked as a fulltime lecturer and Subject Coordinator of Business Communication as well as part time tutor and Lecturer of various management subjects in Curtin Business School, School of Management. He has also taught as a tutor at La Trobe University, Mildura Campus (Victoria). His PhD research work was related to the challenges faced by skilled migrants to achieve professional recognition in Australian organisations.
Publications and Presentations
Presented a paper at ANZAM 2008 conference held in November at University of Auckland, New Zealand co-authored with Dr. David Pick. Paper title: Making sense of new career and work environments: The experiences of South Asian migrant managers in Australia.
Presented a paper in 12th International Conference on Global Business and Economic Development (SGBED), held in Singapore Management University in July, 2011 co-authored with Dr. David Pick. Paper title: “Crisis of Habitus: the experience of South Asian Migrant Managers and professionals in Australia”.
Paper titled “South Asian Professionals and Managers in Australia: Creating Cultural and Social Capital” co-authored with Dr. David Pick was accepted and presented at the 15th Annual conference of the Irish Academy of Management held in September 2012.
Paper titled “Migration Challenges and Career Habitus of South Asian Professionals and Managers in Australia” co-authored Patel P and Prikshat V was presented at ANZAM 2017 Conference, 6-8th December, Melbourne, Victoria
Paper titled “Career habitus, capital, field and boundaries: Self-initiated expatriate migrant careers of south Asian professionals and managers in Australia” was published in “The Journal of Developing Areas”, Volume 50, Number 5, 2016 (Special Issue) pp. 517-524 | 10.1353/jda.2016.0026
Paper titled “Do Economic, Institutional, or Political Variables Explain Economic Growth” was published in “International Journal of Business and Management” Volume 7, Number 24, 2012 pp. 29-34, ISSN 1833-3850 E-ISSN 1833-8119