Dr. Nouha AlMahmoud
Assistant Professor of Management
Dr Nouha Almahmoud is an Assistant Professor in Management at COBA college at Alyamamah university. Her PhD degree is in Management, and she was granted by Essex Business School at the University of Essex in the United Kingdom. She has also taught at the University of Essex (UK), University of Salford (UK), Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University (PMU- KSA) and Gulf University (GU Bahrain).
PhD in Human Resource Management, University of Essex, UK, 2016.
Master Science in Human Resource Management, University of Essex, 2011.
Dr Nouha Almahmoud has been playing basketball on a national and internationally level in the Syria, UK and Bahrain more than 25 years; she has an extensive record in participating in the championship league; and she has also coached basketball training for 15 years.
In addition, she has participated in university and national competitions in fitness, swimming, tennis and badminton.
- Gendering of Time Management: Perceptions and Experiences of Working Women" Journal of Research in Administrative Sciences (JRAS) Vol. 9(2), 28-35.
- Examining The Interplay of HR Initiatives, Knowledge Management, Technological Capabilities and Product Innovation. Journal Of Security and Sustainability Issues Issn 2029-7017 print/ISSN 2029-7025 online 2020 December Vol. 10 Number 2 http://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.2(29).
Dr Nouha Almahmoud main research experience is based on qualitative methodologies and critical approaches. Her research focuses on managing the performance of human resources with a focus on management issues, such as: diversity, culture, and gendered time allocation as drivers of work practices and organisational policies. Her interests involve the internal organisational environment as well as the external environmental challenges by the global economic integration, as well as technological advancement. She has participated in various international conferences and workshops mainly within the United Kingdom and overseas.
- Gendering Time Management: Perceptions and Experiences of Working Women 7th GCBMS 2020 8- 9 August.
- Time as Tranisition: Experiences of Time, Culture and Migration amongst Syrian Women in the UK. Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference (SPARC) 26 – 28 May 2015 at MediaCity UK.
- The Syrian Crisis: A Human Capital Sourcing. Essex Business School Research Conference. University of Essex,11th May 2015.
- with Heather Hopfl An Ironic Loss: The position of Syrian women in exile. The 9th Liverpool Ethnography Symposium to be held at UCS in August 2014. Available at: Ethnography 2014 - Management School - University of Liverpool
- Time and Organisation. Essex Business School Research Conference. University of Essex,12th May 2014.
- Time as Tranisition: Experiences of Time, Culture and Migration amongst Syrian Women in the UK. Essex Business School Research Conference. University of Essex,12th May 2013
- Time and Gender at Work. Norwich Business School PhD Colloquium, 24th - 25th October 2013.
Dr. Almahmoud teaching has covered various management areas, such as:
- Human Resource Management
- Organizational Behaviour
- Business Ethics
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Introduction to Business
- Principles of Management
- Diversity at Workplace
- Research Methods and Methodologies