Nadeem Khan

PHD Student

Nadeem Khan

Nadeem Khan

Academic Area(s): Marketing & Reputation
Supervisor(s): Professor Nada Korac Kakabadse, Professor Andrew Kakabadse
Research Topic(s): Strategic Behaviour of the British originating Grocery Multiple Firm: An Hermeneutic Inquiry
nadeem.khan@henley.ac.uk

Biography

Nadeem is a final stage PhD student. His thesis examines the co-evolving strategic behaviour of the Grocery Multiple Firm within its environments during 2006-2009. As part of the PhD experience, academic papers have been presented at international conferences, co-authored papers published in journals and in contribution to book chapters. Practical experience has included working on U.K. FTSE Board focused consultancy projects with his supervisors.

Current research interests include corporate firm strategic behaviour; institutional, corporate and citizen stakeholder relations; governance effects on policy innovation (including E.U.); global governance agendas; public and private board leadership disciplines; top team dynamics; ethics and C.S.R.; sustainability at times of crisis and in volatile environments; government-business responsibilities within society.

Before starting the PhD, Nadeem has gained professional experience in the U.K. and international multinational environments and was Director of his own business. Nadeem has an MSc. in Business Studies from Aston University.