Dr. Ala Eldin Awawdeh

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Dr. Ala Eldin Awawdeh

Position: Assistant Professor (Director of IRQA)
QUALIFICATION: Qualification: PhD (FSEG, University of Pisa), MSc (FSEG, University of Pisa), BSc (FSEG, University of Mutah)

Dr. Ala is is a faculty member at the Department of Management.

Dr. Ala has a PhD from the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management, University of Pisa, Italy.  He obtained his master’s degree from the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management, University of Pisa, Italy, and his bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management, University of Mutah, Jordan.

Prior to joining ECT at 2016, Dr. Ala worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Management, at the University of Alain  UAE, Ala worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Management, at Khawarizmi International College UAE , Ala worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Management, at Toledo College, Jordan.

Selected publications:

·    Ismail, A.I., Awawdeh, A., Al-Hiyari, A., & Jimba, K.I. (2020 [Forthcoming]). Moderating Effects of Management Philosophy on High-Performance Work Practices-Firm Performance Relationship. Journal of African Business, in-press SCOPUS (Q1)

·    Burhan Awad Al Omari, AlaEldin Hasan Awawdeh, Main Naser Alolayyan and Faisal Khalifah (2017), Employee Performance & Quality Management in the Tourism Sector Case study of Human Resources Management – Employee Performance Aqaba Hotel- Jordan, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research, Issue 2, Vol. 44, 2nd/3rd week of June 2017. SCOPUS (Q 3)

·     Burhan Awad Al Omari, AlaEldin Hasan Awawdeh, Main Naser Fady Alolayyan and Faisal Khalifah (2017), The Importance of Training and its Impact on the Performance of Employee in Banking Sectors of Abu Dhabi, Dubai- UAE to Raise Efficiency: A Field Study on UAE Banks, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research, Issue 2, Vol. 45, 2nd/3rd week of August 2017. SCOPUS (Q 3)

·  Main Naser Alolayyan, AlaEldin Mohammad Hasan Awawdeh. (2016). The Impact of Total Quality Management (TQM) Practice on Patients’ Satisfaction through Operational Flexibility, International Educational Scientific Research Journal, Vol. 2 No.7.