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Dr. Muhammad Nouman
(HEC Scholar)

Name Dr. Muhammad Nouman
(HEC Scholar)
Status Assistant Professor
Designation/Center
Qualification PhD,University of Southampton, UK
MS & MBA, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Research Area Low-Technology Innovation
Field of Specialization Innovation Management
Research Statement As Principal Investigator for the HEC-BC INSPIRE project and Coordinator for the SPEKE and DISKE projects, my research work focuses on knowledge exchange, innovation and sustainable entrepreneurship
Email muhammad.nouman@imsciences.edu.pk

Journals

S.No Author Title Journals Name Issue Volume Pages Year Publisher

1

Nouman, M. & Gul, S. Innovation in Pakistan’s SMEs: making the case for coupling model and looking beyond Business and Economic Review 1 1 20 Institute of Management Sciences

2

Gul, S. & Nouman, M. Time flux: an examination of non-temporal considerations in projects Business and Economic Review 1 1 40 Institute of Management Sciences

3

Nouman, M. Drivers & barriers to customer value creation: issues & perspectives in marble sector SMEs of NWFP Business Review, Journal of IBA 2 2 88 Institute of Business Administration Karachi

Conferences

S.No Author Title Proceeding Place Date

1

Nouman, M., Warren, L. & Thomas, S. R. Researching the ‘forgotten sector’: Low and medium tech (LMT) innovation – present light on future trends The 2011 IEEE International Technology Management Conference (ITMC) San Jose CA, USA 27-30 June 2011

2

Nouman, M. & Warren, L. Is it paradox or sophism? Solving the ‘LT conundrum’ 33rd Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Annual Conference, Looking to the Future: Economic and Social Regeneration through Entrepreneurial Activity London, UK 3-4 November 2010

3

Nouman, M., Warren, L. Low-technology innovations within sectoral system: reflections and manifestations British Academy of Management (BAM), Management Research in a Changing Climate Sheffield, UK 14-16 Sept. 2010

4

Nicolopoulou, K., Nouman, M. & Karatas-Ozkan, M. Social innovation from a social incubation perspective: what is it and why it matters? 33rd Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Annual Conference, Looking to the Future: Economic and Social Regeneration through Entrepreneurial Activity London, UK 3-4 November 2010

5

Nouman, M. & Warren, L. Zeroing in on ‘Zero R&D’: appreciating the low-tech perspectives LASS (Law, Arts and Social Science) Conference 2010 University of Southampton, Research Directions in the 21st Century Southampton, UK April 28, 2010

6

Nouman, M. Visualizing intangibles: does linking low-technology innovation with value creation provide some answers? EIASM (European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management), 5th Workshop on Visualizing, Measuring and Managing Intangibles and Intellectual Capital Dresden, Germany 8-9 Oct 2009

7

Nouman, M. Innovation and value creation in context: Preliminary evidences from marble SMEs of north-west Pakistan EIASM (European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management), 5th Workshop on Visualizing, Measuring and Managing Intangibles Dresden, Germany 8-9 Oct 2009

8

Taylor, J., Karatas-Ozkan, M. & Nouman, M. The triple-helix of relationships between university, government and industry in the developed and developing economies MEHEM (Mapping European Higher Education Models) Project, International Conference on Changing Universities: Governance, Relevance and Performance Istanbul, Turkey 29 Sept-01 Oct 2009

9

Nouman, M. Innovation in Pakistan’s SMEs: role of technology and the coupling model LASS (Law, Arts and Social Science) University of Southampton, LASS Grad Conference: Human 2.0 Southampton, UK July 01, 2009