College of Management and Human Potential
Dr. Hamid H. Kazeroony (Dr.), SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is a professor at Walden University, Ph.D. Program, USA, currently serving as a European Academy of Management Board member, and Extraordinary Professor at North-West University, South Africa. He served as Chair of Gender and Diversity in Organization Strategic Interest Group, EURAM, Symposium, and Caucus Chair, Africa Academy of Management Membership Committee Chair, AOM between 2016-2019. His research reflects his interest in the way methods of production and diversity impact organizational leaders, institutions, values, and ethics as manifested in his recent editorial contributions to a wide range of academic Routledge, Palgrave, Sage, Information Age, Expert Press books, and journals. Currently, he is serving on the Global Partnership Management Institute annual conference, Poland and serves as a reviewer at Organization and Management Quarterly, Silesian University of Technology, Poland; series editor for Routledge on Global GRDO; co-writing a book on the Ph.D. Mindset for Information Age Publishing; CO-editing a book on Management Education and Automation for Routledge Publishing. He is currently commissioned by Emerald for writing a book on Decoloniality: Unpacking its theoretical myth for practice.
PhD, University of Phoenix
MBA, Unviersity of Phoenix
MA, California State University, Fullerton
Kazeroony, H. H., Du Plessis, Y. (2019). Diversity & Inclusion: A Research Framework.
Kazeroony, H. H., Barton, C. D. (2018). The Development of Moral Character in Business Students. .
Kazeroony, H. H., Du Plessis, Y., Paplampu, B. B. (2016). Sustainable Management Development in Africa: Building Capabilities to Serve Organizations.
Kazeroony, H. H. (2018). Enhancing Management Education in Africa Professional Development Workshop .
Kazeroony, H. H. (2017). Positioning Your PhD for Impact and International Quality. NWU, Mafikeng.
Kazeroony, H. H. (2017). Positioning Your PhD students for Impact and International Quality- The Supervision Process and Challenges. NWU, Mafikeng.