Dr. Mohammad Hani Al Kilani

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Dr. Mohammad Hani Al Kilani

Position: Assistant Professor (Head of Department)
QUALIFICATION: PhD (Oxford Brookes University)

Dr. Mohammad Hani Al-Kilani is an assistant professor of Organization theory in the Department of Human Resource Management at Emirates College of Technology. He earned his PhD in Business Administration from Oxford Brookes University, UK. He taught a wide variety of courses within the discipline of business administration for the postgraduate and undergraduate students and delivered a number of training programs. His research interests include organizational fairness, job attitudes, personality traits, job loss, and quality aspects.

Al-Kilani, Mohammad Hani & Twaissi, Naseem M. (2017). Perceived quality of administrative services and its consequences on students’ behavioural intentions.  International Journal of Quality and Services. Vol. 9, No. 1, pp.

Al-Kilani, Mohammad Hani (2017). The Influence of Organizational Justice on Intention to Leave: Examining the Mediating Role of Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction. Journal of Management and Strategy. Vol. 8, No. 1, pp.

ISSN 1923-3965, E-ISSN 1923-3973

Aldehayyat, Jihad S.,  Alsoboa, Sliman S.,& Al-Kilani, Mohammad H. (2017). Investigating How Corporate Governance Affects Performance of Firm in Small Emerging Markets: An Empirical Analysis for Jordanian Manufacturing Firms. International Business Research. Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. ISSN 1913-9004, E-ISSN 1913-9012

Al-Shqairat, Zaid Ibrahim, Al-Rawad, Mahmaod Ibrahim, Al-Kilani, Mohammad Hani & AL Shra’ah, Ata E. M. (2015). Towards Practical Model of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Implementation in E-Government in Jordan: Field Assessment. European Journal of Business and Management. Vol. 7, No. 32, pp. 110-119.

Twaissi, Naseem M. & Al-Kilani, Mohammad H.(2015) The Impact of Perceived Service Quality on Student’ Intentions in Higher Education in a Jordanian Governmental University. International Business Research; Vol. 8, No. 5, pp. 81-92.