|Position:||Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation|
|Telephone:||+44 (0) 1224 263797|
Jahangir Wasim's primary role at RGU is to contribute towards developing scholarship in the field of entrepreneurship and innovation and work on the Aberdeen Business School's portfolio of modules in these areas; involved in teaching and supervising both undergraduate and postgraduate modules; currently teaching / supervising on Business Ideas and Opportunities (2nd year undergraduate), Thesis and MBA consultancy projects.
- PhD (ongoing) Strategy, Enterprise and Innovation from University of Portsmouth
- MSc Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship from University of Portsmouth.
- BA (Hons) Business Management from University of Westminster.
Entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurial learning in networks, learning from failure and entrepreneurial resilience.
- Research focus is on closing the gap between university curriculum on entrepreneurship education and learning in entrepreneurial social networks.
- Uses participant observations and interviews to understand entrepreneurial learning in social networks and comparing it with current tools being used in the Higher Education to teach entrepreneurship
- British Academy of Management,
- The Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Wasim, J., (2017). Gap between entrepreneurial learning and entrepreneurship education. Presented at: The Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship’s Annual Conference: Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Wasim, J., & Taylor, J., (2017). Knowledge transfer through internal non-family stakeholders after a succession. Presented at: The Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship’s Annual Conference: Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Wasim, J., (2017). The Role of Gender in Entrepreneurial Social Capital. Presented at: The Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship’s Annual Conference: Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Wasim, J., (2016). Mimicking the learning process of entrepreneurs in entrepreneurship education: The significance of social networks. Presented at: Society for Research into Higher Education: Newport, South Wales.