Estb. 1882

University of the Punjab

Dr. Rizwan Qaiser Danish

Associate Professor
Dr. Rizwan Qaiser Danish
Dr. Danish is Associate Professor and his specialized areas are HRM, Organizational Behavior and Business Management. He has served as Incharge Department of Business Administration at PUGC, and has other important roles at Hailey College of Commerce before joining IBA. His contributions to the academic world, business, global non-profit organizations, and governments have been recognized by awards, research grants, invitations to provide research leadership to national universities, and governments in improving organizational management and governance. Danish’s research program adopts a multi-disciplinary approach to provide theoretical, methodological, and empirical evidence on improving the quality of organizational performance and governance across countries such as China, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Italy, and Germany. He has published extensively in leading scholarly journals. For example, he has seven publications which are ranked A, B, and C by the Australian Business Deans Council. Danish’s publications are widely cited in management and OB literature and includes 2521 citations (till August 2020), h-index of 20 and i10-index of 43. He is on the editorial board of various national and international scholarly journals. He has received several research grants from Higher Education Commission of Pakistan and also HEC approved supervisor. Over the last ten years, he has successfully supervised 4 PhDs, and 120 Master by research/MPhil students to completion. These students have gone on to have their distinguished careers, both in the academic world and in business. Danish has contributed to the Harvard Business Review Group, Asian Academy of Management Group, Eurasian Business and Economics Society, Academy of Management Group, International Science Congress Association, Academy of Business and Retail Management, and Social Science and Humanities Research Association. Danish has won several awards including Research Productivity Awards by COMSATS University (Pakistan), Research Incentive Award, and Performance Evaluation Award (being at top position in the department) by University of the Punjab (Pakistan), and Best Paper Awards (for conferences in Canada and Pakistan). Danish undertakes top-level research in areas that excite global interest, mentor research students and colleagues, publish high-impact papers, collaborates with colleagues locally and globally, and develop skills, knowledge, and attributes in the next generation. He is passionate about improving the quality of organizational performance, and governance, particularly in emerging countries.
Designation:- Associate Professor