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Adjunct Professor

Dr. Muath Almansour

Biography

Dr. Muath Almansour works as an Organization Advisor at Saudi Aramco in the Organization Consulting Department. He has a wide experience in management consulting where he has been working with successful executives and teams to measurably improve their organizational effectiveness. Dr. Almansour gained global experience working for other blue chip companies, Google, Ameriprise Financial, and Parsons. The experience he has gained within the different industries and companies has given him a broad outlook, which he believes would allow him to contribute with different mindsets and hopefully enable him to humbly share his experiences with his peers. Thus enabling the team to be more creative in the challenges and tasks set out by the leadership team but also in the bottom line delivery of results. He is truly passionate about his work and always eager to connect with other people.

Education

Ph.D. with honors in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University, Los Angeles, CA
Executive Program in Global Strategic Management from Harvard Business School, Boston, MA
M.S. in Organizational Development from University of LA verne, Los Angeles, CA
B.A. in Business Administration from Portland State University, Portland, OR

Patent

Almansour, Muath. 2017. System, method, and apparatus for incident reporting. U.S. Patent #: 9,595,184 filed June 16, 2015, and issued March 14, 2017. Source: USPTO database

Recent Research

Almansour, M. K., & Neal, J. (2015). Effective decision-making and self-awareness in organizations. Journal of International Management Review

Almansour, M. K. (2015). Human resources discrimination. Human Resources Management and Ergonomics Journal

Almansour, M. K., & Neal, J. (2015). Toxic leadership in organizations. Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Journal

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