Dr. Syed Mohyuddin
PhD, MBA, BEng
Discipline Leader and Senior Lecturer in HR Management & Strategic Management
Research and teaching specialtiesHR Management, Skilled Migration, Cross-cultural Management, Leadership, Organisational Behaviour, Strategic HR Management, Strategic Management
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
Mohyuddin, S. M. and Pick, D. (2016). Career habitus, capital, field and boundaries: Self-initiated expatriate migrant careers of South Asian professionals and managers in Australia. Journal of Developing Areas, Vol. 50, No. 5, pp. 517-524. (B-ranked on ABDC).
Ahmad, H., Arif, A., and Mohyuddin, S. M. (2012). Do economic, institutional or political variables explain economic growth? International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 7, No. 24-29. ISSN 1833-3850.
Cameron, R., Mohyuddin, S. and Wijerante, A. (2019). Qualitative research methods for human resources management. In S. Delamont, P. Atkinson, R. Williams, A. Cernat, J. Sakshaug (Eds.), SAGE research methods foundations. Sage, London.
Conference Papers & Presentations
Rana, V., Supanti, D., & Mohyuddin, S. (2020). Use of Machine Learning and Predictive Voice analytics to Predict Symptoms of Depression: Can Hospitality Organizations Leverage Technology to Monitor Real Time Emotional Labour? International Conference of Marketing, Strategy & Policy, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK.
Saeed, M. M., Patel, P. and Mohyuddin, S. (2019). Interactive effects of national culture & different types of fits (PO, PS and PG fit) on creation of facades of conformity and its subsequent impact on employee’s performance. In Proceedings of the British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference, 3-5 September 2019, Birmingham, UK.
Patel, P., Sengupta S., Verma, P. and Mohyuddin, S. (2019). A research agenda examining the adjustment of Western expatriates in India to determine their success and failure. In Proceedings of the 4th Global International Human Resource Management (IHRM) Conference, 10-11 May, 2019 on International Human Resource Management, Organized by: The Pennsylvania State University USA
Mohyuddin, S., Patel, P. and Verma, P. (2017). Migration challenges and career habitus of South Asian professionals and managers in Australia. In Proceedings of 31st Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference. 5-8 December 2017, Melbourne, Australia.
Mohyuddin, S. and Pick, D. (2012). South Asian professionals and managers in Australia: Creating cultural and social capital. In Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference of the Irish Academy of Management (IAM). 5-7 September 2012, Maynooth, Ireland.
Mohyuddin, S. and Pick, D. (2011). Crisis of habitus: The experiences of South Asian migrant managers and professionals in Australia. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of the Society for Global Business & Economic Development (SGBED). 21-23 July, Singapore, Society for Global Business & Economic Development, pp. 724-731.
Mohyuddin, S. M. and Pick, D. (2008). Making sense of new career and work environments: The experiences of South Asian migrant managers in Australia. In Proceedings of the 22nd Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference. 2-5 December 2008, Auckland, New Zealand.
Rana, V. & Mohyuddin, S. 2020, Climate Change and COVID-19: Is Working from Home Sustainable for the Environment?, Australian Institute of Business Review, Issue: 2, Adelaide, Australia.
Ala, M. & Mohyuddin, S. 2020, Climate Change as an International Issue: Strategic Implications for Business, Australian Institute of Business Review, Issue: 2, Adelaide, Australia.