Sameer Qaiyum is a Lecturer in Strategic Management at Liverpool Business School. Previously, he has also held academic posts at Loughborough University and Royal Holloway, University of London.
Sameer's research interests are in the areas of strategic management and innovation. Within these broad research areas, he is particularly interested in how firms can turn strategic resources into innovative outcomes and superior profit, using primarily quantitative methods. His expertise falls in the areas of:
• Strategic decision-making process: how firms make strategic decisions and its impact on firms’ success and failure.
• Competitive dynamics: how firms compete with each other using complex moves and counter-moves.
• The resource-based view of the firm and dynamic capabilities: conceptual development, empirical validation, and practical application.
• Organisational ambidexterity: how firms explore new capabilities and exploit existing capabilities.
Sameer has published in peer-reviews outlets, and have also received the British Academy of Management 2016 Best Strategy Paper Award. His PhD thesis is cited by SMJ- the apex journal in Strategic Management area.
Royal Holloway University of London, UK, PhD
Qaiyum S, Wang C. 2018. Analysing Quantitative Data Saunders M, Townsend K. How to Keep your Research Project on Track Insights from When Things Go Wrong Edward Elgar Publishing 978 1 78643 575 0
Conference Publication (journal proceedings)
Qaiyum S, Wang C. Strategy Processes in Indian High-Tech Firm: An Empirical Examination 31st annual British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference
Qaiyum S, Wang C. Examining strategic ambidexterity as an antecedent of functional and cross-functional ambidexterity. British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference
Qaiyum S, Wang C. Rent generation mechanism of first-order and second-order capabilities: integrating resource based view and dynamic capabilities view framework The 38th Annual Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference
Engagement & Impact
Award title: Best Paper in Strategy, Awarding body: British Academy of Management
Fellowship title: Associate Fellow, Organisation: Higher Education Academy
Membership of professional bodies:
Ordinary Membership, British Academy of Management
Title of qualification gained: Programme in Skills of Teaching to Inspire Learning