Professor Farhad Analoui
|Position||Professor of International Development and Human Resource Management|
|Department||Peace Studies and International Development|
|Feedback Hours||Monday 14.30-15.30 and Friday 12.30-13.30|
|Telephone||+44 (0) 1274 233958|
Research Interests (key words only)
Managerial Effectiveness, HRM, Strategic Managerial Reform, Industrial Conflict and Sabotage, Behaviour in Organisation, Development Management
Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities
Professor Analoui has designed a number post-experience and postgraduate’s courses and programmes and has validated undergraduate and postgraduate programmes for other UK Universities. At present he lectures in:
- MSc in Organisation and Human Capacity Building for developing Countries
- Human Resource and Management Development
- Human and Organisational Capacity Building
- Diversity and Leadership
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Management Development
- Public Sector Management Reform
Followings are PhD students
- Mohamed Almadhoun - Study of the SMEs in Palestine.
- Pauline Amos Wilson - Exploration of the Leadership styles (Gazagestan).
- Barima Antwi - Research into the role of HRD in public sector reform (Ghana)
- Emmanuel Boating - An investigation into performance appraisal of the administrative staff in public universities in Ghana.
- Freshteh Fallah - An investigation into Management of Undesirable Consequences of the Air Pollution in Iran
- Cahnzi Bao - An investigation into international human resource management in China
- Sameh Matar - Senior managers’ motivation in textile factories in Egypt
- Akram Samour - Strategic Management in NGOs: The case of Palestine
- Takao Inamori - An investigation into Pygmalion effect and aid workers (manager)
- Linda AlHajj Hussien - An exploration into managerial effectiveness of middle and senior managers in Education Programme in Lebanon
- Abdullah Atamna - Senior Management and Strategic management in Libyan Oil Industry
Antony Sabella- Management Development for Middle and Senior Managers in the Communication Sector in the West Bank, Palestine
Dr. Analoui is a Professor of International Development and Human Resource Management with the BCID. He lectures on undergraduate, postgraduate and executive programmes both at in the University and as a visiting professor in other universities and business schools.
He provides supervision for a number of Masters and PhD projects as well as directing and co-ordinating professional and postgraduate courses/programmes in Management Development and Human Resource Management.
He has provided leadership for the Professional Development Services (Training and Consultancy) and has been responsible for the co-ordination of all professional training programmes and consultancy projects both at the BCID and abroad (1996-2004).
Professor Analoui has acted as an external examiner for UK and other Universities (IIHE, Sir Lanka) and he is the Associate Advisor to the British Council on management matters and is consulted by DfID as an assessor in relation to research projects on managerial effectiveness in developing countries.
Dr. Analoui is an active researcher. His interest is in the area of managerial effectiveness, HRM and strategic managerial reform. He has published several books, published in international academic and professional journals and acts as a referee on the editorial boards of journals and publishing houses.
Professor Analoui works as a management consultant both on behalf of the School and independently for the International Development Agencies such as the British Council, World Bank and international consultancy organisations.
He also provides professional services and expertise to private and public sector organisations in Europe (Eastern), Africa, Asia, South East Asia and the Middle East.
At present he is working closely with senior management of the Ministry of Finance, Department of HR and European Agency in Zagreb to develop strategies for HRM, performance appraisal systems and carries out research on senior management effectiveness in the public sector.
He has worked closely with senior management of the Municipality of Muscat, Oman to improve managerial effectiveness for reform.
He has recently completed five years of successful Chevening Courses, Public Sector Reform, and he is the co-ordinator of the MSc Human and Organisational Capacity Building for Development.
Summary of Past Research Activities:
The independent research projects are as follows:
- Employees Reactions and Behaviours to Poor Managerial Styles and Practices. International Entertainment Company, 1985-88.
- Senior Management Training and Development, in Zimbabwe Public Sector, 1988. Funded by (Bradford/British Council)
- Management Development for Senior Managers, in Indian Railways, 1990-93.
- British Council/DFID Senior Managers’ Effectiveness, in 22 Romania Organisations
- 1995-96. Funded by BC and University of Bradford Behavioural and Casual Influences of the Individual Managerial Effectiveness in the Public Sector, Ministry of Environment, Ghana, 1996-98. Funded by DfID
- Managerial Effectiveness of senior and executive managers of UNRWA in the Middle East (2001-2003). Funded by BC/DfID
- Strategic Management for SMEs in Electronic Sector in UK (1999-2003)
- Human Resource Development for SMEs in Palestine (1998-2003)
- University Appraisal Systems in Ghana (2003-2007)
- Human Resource Development for Decentralisation in Ghana (2003-2007)
- Leadership development, senior management, Muscat Municipality, Oman (2007-2008): Funded by Government of Oman
- Leadership and managerial effectiveness Ministry of Finance, Zagreb, Croatia (2009-2011). Funded by Croatia and Regional Funding Programme.
Professor Analoui is an active researcher and has carried out independently funded research in the UK, Romania, Zimbabwe, Ghana, the Middle East, Iran, Croatia and Oman. He has published several books, published in international academic and professional journals and acts as a referee on the editorial boards of journals and publishing houses.
International and Strategic HRM, Human and Organisational Capacity building, Public Sector Reform, Board Memeber Behaviour on Public Sector Boards
- Collaborative Research on role of HRD in public Sector Reform with Cape Coast in Ghana 2014-2017. Funded by British Academy of Management
- Exploring the Board member behaviours in Public Sector in Saudi Arabia
- Analoui, F., Strategic Human Resource Management, Thomson Learning, UK (2007).PP 1-300.
- Analoui, F. and Al-Madhound, A., Empowering Small and Medium Enterprises Managers in Plestine, Ashgate, Aldershot, UK (2006). PP 1-300.
- Analoui, F. and Karami, A. Strategic Management in Small and Medium Enterprises, Thomson Learning, UK (April 2004).PP 1-305, Translated in Russian language.
- Analoui, F. and Karami, A. Strategic Management in Small and Medium Enterprises, Thomson Learning, UK (2003).PP 1-305.
- Analoui, F. The Changing Patterns of Human Resource Development, (ed). Gower, Aldershot, UK (2002) PP. 1-300.
- Analoui, F., and Kakabadse, A. Sabotage: How to Recognise and Manage Employee Defiance, Revised Edition, Management Book 2000, UK (2000) PP. 1-176.
- Analoui, F. Effective Human Resource Development: A Challenge For Developing Countries, (ed). Ashgate, Aldershot, UK (1999) PP. 1-220. (Reprinted 2001).
- Analoui, F. Human Resource Management Issues in Developing Countries, (ed). Ashgate, Aldershot, UK (1998) PP. 1-194.
- Analoui, F. Senior Manager's Effectiveness, Avebury, Aldershot, UK (1997) PP. 1-155.
- Analoui, F. The Realities of Managing Projects in Developing Countries, (ed). Avebury, Aldershot, UK (1994) PP. 1-294, (Reprinted 1996).
- Analoui, F. Training and Transfer of Learning, Avebury, Aldershot UK (1993) PP. 1-196. (Reprinted 1996).
- Analoui, F., and Kakabadse, A. Sabotage: How to Recognise and Manage Employee Defiance, Mercury Publishers, UK (1991) PP. 1-176.
Selected Recent Articles:
- El Mouallem, L. Analoui, F., Need for Capacity Building, European Scientific Journal, Especial Edition, Vol. 1. Pp. 245-254, June 2014
- Kolesnikova, J. and Analoui, F., Managing Human Resource Romance at Work: Towards a considerate approach, Journal of Management Development, Vol, 32. Iss, 1. pp. 36 – 56, 2013
- Analoui, F. and Antwi, K.B. (2013), Challenges of Making Donor Driven Public Sector Reform in Africa Sustainable: Some Experiences from Ghana, Chapter 5, in Public Sector Reform and transitional Countries: Decentralisation and Public Sector Reform, Rutledge, PP. 55-68. UK
- F.Analoui; A. Abbas; Nada Kakabadse, Parameters of managerial effectiveness: the case of senior managers in the Muscat Municipality, Oman, Journal of Management Development, Vol., 29, No.? 2010, Emerald, UK.
- Takao Inamori; Analoui, F.; Kakabadse, F., Can perceptual differences account for managerial success?: The case of Japanese aid workers, Management Research Review, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp.32 – 51. 2012
- Bao, C. And Analoui, F. (2011) An Exploration of the Impact of Strategic International Human Resource Management on Firm Performance: The Case of Foreign MNCs in China, International Journal of Management and Information Systems, 15. forthcoming in 2011)
- Analoui, F. (2009), Challenges of Successful Reform: An international Perspective, (Guest Edited), Journal of Management Development, Volume 28 Number 6, Emerald insight, UK, (July 2009). PP. 488-562.
- Inamori, T., Analoui, F., Kakabadse, N. (2011) "Can perceptual differences account for managerial success?:The case of Japanese aid workers, Journal of Management Research Review (forthcoming, March 2011)
- Inamori, T. and Analoui, F. (2010), Beyond Pygmalion Effect: The role of managerial perception, Journal of Management Development, Emerald group publishing Limited, November, Vol.29 No.4. November 2010
- Bao, C., Analoui, F., and Branine, M. (forthcoming in 2011) Leadership and Managerial Effectiveness: The Case of MNCs’ Chinese Subsidiaries, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.
- Antwi, K., and Analoui, F. (2010) Challenges of Making Donor-Driven Public Sector Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa Sustainable: Some Experiences from Ghana, International Journal of Public Administration, Volume 33 Issue 12, P. 635, October
- F. Analoui and G. Khoury, (2010) How Palestinian managers Cope with Stress? Journal of Management Development, Vol., 29, No. 3, Emerald, UK.
- F. Analoui; A. Abbas; Nada Kakabadse (2010), Parameters of managerial effectiveness: the case of senior managers in the Muscat Municipality, Oman, Journal of Management Development, Vol., 29, No.? 2Emerald, UK.
- F. Analoui, Challenges of successful reform: an international perspective, Journal of Management Development, Vol.28 No.6, 2009 PP.489-494, Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
- F. Analoui, Moghimi, S. M. and Khanifar, H. (2009)Public sector managers and entrepreneurship in Islamic Republic of Iran, Journal of Management Development, Vol.28 No.6, PP.523-522-532, Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
- Analoui, F. Lampart, E. (2011), Diversity and Organisational Performance, Conference on Diversity, University of Bradford, June 15th, UK.
- Analoui, F., (2011) Public sector reform and the challenges of human capacity building for development: the case of Croatia MDG Conference, 26-28th January,
- Bao, C. and Analoui, F. (2010) An Exploration of the Impact of Strategic International Human Resource Management on Firm Performance: The Case of Foreign MNCs in China, 2010 European Applied Business Research Conference, Dublin, Ireland, June.
- Analoui,F., Karami, A., Pritchard, S. (2008), Chief Executive Officers Perception of Strategic Management Process in High Tech SMEs: An exploratory Study, BAM Conference, Strategic Management Track, 9-11, September, Harrogate West Yorkshire, PP. 1-20
- Analoui, F. (2008) Essentials of Public Sector Reform, Public Sector Reform and Its Managerial Challenges, University of Bradford, UK. 20th February, PP-1-24
- Analoui, F. B.K. Antwi and J. W. Cusworth,(2007) Human Resource Development Challenges Facing Decentralized Local Governments in Africa: Empirical evidence from Ghana, Leadership, Learning, Institutes and Public Service, CAPAM Conference, Accra, Ghana, November 7-9, PP. 1-20