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Dr.Amal Ibrahim Al-Ali Academic RankAssistant Professor


  • PhD in Technology & Innovation Management, University of South Wales U.K

Research Interests:

  • Technology and innovation management, innovation and entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, IT for entrepreneurship, Technovation


PhD in Technology & Innovation Management, University of South Wales U.K Masters in Computer Science Cardiff University, UK BA English Literature United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain
Economic Development Department Sharjah – Director of Government Communications Arabian Gulf University Lecturer, IT Department Higher Colleges of Technology – Faculty, Business Department UAE Embassy –Kingdom of Bahrain, Ambassador office Etisalat- Dubai, IT department head
1. Nominate as the Ministry of Education Ambassador for I&E course. 2. Chaired innovation and entrepreneurship committee 3. Weekly article published in Al Khaleej newspaper on innovation and entrepreneurship 4. DSS project with the Sharjah Consultative Council 5. Conducted several Workshops for: -Sharjah Chamber of Commerce - SEWA -Sharjah Economic Development Department -Higher colleges of Technology - Sharjah Consultative Council 6. Workshop on the innovation week 7. Chaired the outreach committee 8. Offered a workshop on shaping the future in collaboration with continues learning and training center in the University of Sharjah for Dubai Police. 9. Speaker at Women Economic Summit by NAMA 10. Speaker at American University of Sharjah for common purpose activity.
Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Sharjah Business Women Council -
The effect of AI and DSS on public and governmental sector – Under progress
1. System Dynamics Modeling for the Complexity of Knowledge Creation Within Adaptive Large Programs Management Authors Amal Al Ali Rasha Abou Samrah, Khaled Shaalan Publication date 2017 Conference WorldCIST 2017: Recent Advances in Information Systems and Technologies Volume 569 Issue Book series Pages 3-17 Publisher Springer International Publishing 2. Qualitative Analysis of the Innovative Knowledge Creation Style of Project Managers and its Relationship with Performance Stability in IT Projects Authors Rasha Abousamra, Amal Al Ali Publication date 2017/12/24 Journal International Journal of Information Technology and Language Studies Volume 1 Issue
Rashid Award for Scientific Excellence
1. I worked to strengthen the connection of the COBA with the industry through several visits to CEOs and chairmen in the government. 2. Facilitated the approval from Sharjah economic development to the college to issue trade licenses – for the incubators. 3. Represented the college in the innovation week, conducted several workshops. 4. Chaired the committee for the second international innovation and entrepreneurship forum. I facilitated the annual prize from SCCI to our students for the annual forum. 5. Represented the university in the cohort 2 program of the UAE Stanford innovation and entrepreneurship project and 6. Founded the Sharjah Chamber Award for Innovators. 7. Represented CoBA in Sharjah HR conference.
I adopt learning by doing practices where the students learn by practice and interact with each other and exchange experiences with respect to each other’s point of views. I also believe in introducing new tools and techniques in teaching like learning games the main goal is to equip the students with skills as long as information believing that the knowledge based economy needs human resources that are equipped with critical thinking skills, innovation, creativity and leadership.
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