- Doctoral Topic:
- The working life of employees in the context of UK SMEs of Bangladeshi origin
- Area of Interest:
- Employees working life, SMEs, job satisfaction, employees training, HRM
BM started his career as Lecturer at Bangladesh University of Business & Technology (BUBT) in 2005. BM is a Senior Lecturer in Management, Business School, Northern University Bangladesh (study leave in UK, 2008). In 2009, BM joined Brit College, London as Part-Time Lecturer and still working there.
BM completed BBA (Hons) in Management and MBA in Human Resource Management from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2005. BM obtained MA Management from the University of Greenwich, UK in 2009. Recently BM achieved MSc in Management and Business Studies Research from Kingston University. BM joined Kingston University in 2012 and now he is a full time doctoral student.
BM is a small and medium enterprises (SMEs) researcher of Bangladeshi origin SMEs in the UK and he focuses on the employees working life to triumph in academia.
- Year of Study:
- Professor Robert Blackburn, Professor George Saridakis
Education and Work History
- MSc in Management and Business Study Research (Kingston University London), MA in Management (University of Greenwich, UK) MBA in HRM and BBA (Hons) in Management (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Senior Lecturer in Management, Business School, Northern University Bangladesh (study leave in UK, 2008) and currently Lecturer (Part-Time) at Brit College London joined in 2009
Publications and Academic Achievements
Islam, M. E. and Razzak, B.M. (2013) ‘A Comparison among the Quality Dimensions of Products and Services: An Evaluation of Customer Perspective’, Journal of Bangladesh Public Administrative Training Centre (BPATC), Vol. 61, pp. 109-118.
Ferdous, T. and Razzak, B.M. (2012) ‘Importance of Training Needs Assessment in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh: A case study on National Bank Limited (NBL)’, International Journal of Business and Management, Canada, Vol.7 No. 10, pp. 63-73.
Razzak, B.M. and Nahar, S. (2011) ‘Training and Development Methods of the Banking Sector in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study’, Dhaka University Journal of Management, Vol. 2 No.2, pp. 71-88.
Ullah, M. S. and Razzak, B.M. (2006) ‘Problems and Prospect of Pharmaceutical Industry in Bangladesh’, Journal of Business and Technology, Northern University Bangladesh, Vol. 1 No.1, pp. 35-44.