Uyi Lawani

Biography

Uyi Lawani received his PhD in Management (Strategy) from the University of North Texas. He currently teaches courses in Strategic Management and International Management. Uyi’s work has been published in many journals including International Journal of Business and Social Science, Pan–Pacific Journal of Business Research, Journal of International Business Disciplines, and International Journal of Healthcare Management. He received the Dr. Robert P. Alexander Mentorship Award for the Marshall University College of Business Advisory Board in 2017. In addition to his engaging scholarly activities, he serves as a mentor to several graduate and undergraduate students at Marshall University.

PhD, Management (Strategy), University of North Texas, 2013
MBA, Business Administration, East Carolina University, 2006
Post Graduate Diploma, Management, University of Calabar, 2001
BS, Microbiology, University of Benin, 1994
Dr. Robert P. Alexander Mentorship Award, Marshall University College of Business Advisory Board, October 2017
MGT 601: Strategic Management
MGT 419: Business & Society
MGT 445: International Management
MGT 460: Strategic Management
Ayodele, S., Lawani, U., & Itanrin, S. L. (2019). Imperatives for establishing corporate ethics: Examining national strategic planning and public policy. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 10(10), 1-7.
Lawani, U. (2019). An analysis of job application method preference: Comparing online and traditional recruitment system. Pan–Pacific Journal of Business Research, 10(1), 23-31.
Lawani, U. (2019). The strategic imperative for citizen involvement in wealth creation: The context of Africa as a developing continent. Journal of International Business Disciplines, 14(2), 22-37.
Walker, V., Lawani, U., & Coustasse-Hencke, A. M. (2019). Provider based billing in the United States: The effect on government reimbursement. International Journal of Healthcare Management.
Business and international development, Corporate governance, Firm or company performance, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Organization theory
Session Chair, Southern Management Association, October 2015
Conference-Related, Southern Management Association, April 2015 to May 2015