Dr. Salimeh Pour Mohammad is an Associate Professor in Business Analytics (Teaching Focused). She joined the University of Warwick Business School in August 2023. Before joining WBS, she was a Senior Lecturer and Programme Director of MSc Business Analytics at the University of Exeter Business School. She was also a member of the University-Wide Data Science Education Committee as well as the Accreditations and Ranking group at Exeter University (2021-23) and currently retains an Exeter Business School Faculty Associate relation there. Prior to that, Salimeh has worked as a lecturer for UG and PG programs at the University of West London Business School (2020-21) where she led management courses in four international campuses (UAE, China, Cyprus and London) from the London campus. Before that Salimeh has worked as a lecturer and as a lead tutor at The University of Hull (2016-19). She has supervised MBA and MSc students dissertations. Her academic passion and practice have been recognized through the "Outstanding Performance Award" at Exeter Business School (2021-22), " The Star Award" at the University of West London Business School (2020-21), and the "Best Tutor Award" at the University of Hull Business School (2018-19).
Before her academic career, Salimeh worked in management roles in the private sector. Her industry experience in the UK is in the capacity of service quality management in social and healthcare organizations. Internationally, she has worked as an international business analyst in the manufacturing industry for business operations management working with suppliers from Germany, Italy, and China.
Salimeh completed her PhD at the University of Hull, specializing in Social Networks Analytics, Knowledge Sharing, Recursive Performance and OR. She also holds an MBA and a first-class BSc. in Pure Mathematics. She adopts a mixed methods approach to research complex problems in organizations and society.
Salimeh is a Senior Fellow of HEA (SFHEA) and passionately supports junior colleagues in their academic development journeys. Her own teaching style is based on a systemic teaching, learning and assessment approach that she developed at the University of Hull Center of Systems Studies. She applies some of the second-order cybernetics principles and the science of effective management to facilitate viable and effective educational experiences for students. She creates new educational and management options through designing and implementing learning and management interventions. As well, she employs recursive performance improvements at various interconnected education management levels.
Research InterestsSalimeh is a reviewer of "British Journal of Management". She is happy to supervise PhD, MBA and MSc students with their dissertations and theses whether in Warwick Business School or in any UK/International university, collaborating as part of a dissertation supervisory team, in areas such as:
Social Network Theory,