Moyaid Said Alsalim, Ph.D


Al Ain Campus

+971 3 7024806


Ph.D. Business Administration, University of Glasgow, UK

MBA, University of Baghdad, IRAQ

Bachelor of Business Administration, Mosul University, IRAQ

Research Interests

Strategic Management, Human Resource Management, Current issues in Organizational Behavior, soft skills,  Resilience organizations,  strategic thinking, organizational Agility.

Selected Publications

  • Moyaid Alsalim (2015)Knowledge Management Application in the Islamic Banks of UAE- The 26th Business & Economics Society International (B&ESI) Conference,   Al Ain, UAE.
  • Moyaid Alsalim and Nawal Mohamed(2013)Impact of Knowledge Management Processes on Organizational Performance, Journal of Information and Knowledge Management,Vol.3.No.11.
  • Moyaid Alsalim (1999), Administrative Values of the Industrial Manager in Iraq , Abhath AL- Yarmouk Journal, humanities and social sciences series . .Vol.(15) .No.(1) .1999 .pp.(9-33).
  • Moyaid Alsalim and Abdulrasoul Al Hayani (2007)   Levels of Organizational Learning and Their Relationship with Organization Performance; a Case Study in a Jordanian Hospital. Arab Journal of Administration. Vol.(27). No.1. Pp .25-52.
  • Moyaid Alsalim (2007) Relationship between Organizational Justice and Employees Performance; An Exploratory   Study. ALEDARI, Institute of Public Administration, Muscat  .Issue No. 108.  Pp.97-112. 

Teaching Courses

Strategic Management (U,G),Organizational Behavior (U, G), Leadership (U,G), Human Resource Development (U, G), Innovation Management (G), Organization Design and Job Analysis (U), Managing Change & Organizational Development(G).


Attitudes Of Jordanian Students Toward Managers' Leadership Styles And Their Relationship To The National Culture

Published in: Journal of Applied Business Research (JABR)

Mar 07, 2017

/ Moyaid Al Salim

This study explores the attitudes of a group of university students about managers' leadership styles and the cultural characteristics of the Jordanian society. The amount of research on the topic of leadership styles in Jordan is rare, particularly when associated with national culture. The outcomes demonstrated that the surveyed students were more disposed to portray the proposed leadership styles of managers as Team management style followed by Country Club style. On the other hand, when these students were asked to describe their national culture, they described it in a way similar to the Arab Group culture presented by Hofstede. Furthermore, the surveyed students gave power distance then muscularity the first confirmation. No significant relation observed between students' attitudes of leadership styles and characteristics of the Jordanian culture. Reasons for this outcome together with a few recommendations are incorporated into this study.