Prof. Firas Alkhaldi
Prof. Firas Mohammad Khalaf Alkhaldi
Professor Firas M. Alkhaldi is a Full Professor of Knowledge Management and Data Analytics at American University in the Emirates. He is a practice-oriented academic with extensive industry experience in areas of knowledge management consultancy, analytics, and Enterprise systems across the Middle East region.
He holds a PhD in Business Information System with specialization in Knowledge Management and Data Analytics from the University of Huddersfield, UK, 2003, and a master’s degrees in Applied Economics for Western Michigan University, 1994, and a postgraduate degree from the |University of Utah USA, following a degree in Economics from Yarmouk University, Jordan.
Before joining the faculty of Computer and Information Technology (CCIT) at AUE, Prof. Alkhaldi held various academic management positions as Dean of Scientific Research and Graduate Studies at AABFS, Chair of IS/MIS Department at AABFS and UOP. He has over twenty some years of academic experience and he has taught various subjects at the graduate level (Ph.D. and MS) and undergraduate in the college of Information Systems and Technology, as well as in the College of Business at various international academic institutions.
Research interests of Professor Alkhaldi related to organisational knowledge, business intelligence, Data Analytics, Enterprise systems, cloud computing, and human/social implications of Enterprise systems. He is an author of numerous conference papers and articles, and his research appears in ISI, Scopus, and Clarivate Analytics indexed Journals and conferences
|12/01/2009||Discovering knowledge channels in learning organization: Case study of Jordan||0|
|12/01/2008||The role of simulation in business process reengineering||0|
|01/01/2016||A new prospective on knowledge management processes: An empirical validation of the 5C KMLC theory||1|
|01/01/2009||An empirical model of the customer knowledge sharing management||0|
|01/01/2009||Understanding culture of knowledge transfer: An empirical investigation using confirmatory factor analysis||0|