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3 Doctoral Degree Dissertations 

1. The state ownership of the Egyptian television, a qualitative case study research, by Gamal El-Shaer, supervised by Prof. Dr. Fareed El Naggar, Maastricht School of Management, MsM, Netherlands, expected end of 2016.

2. The role of strategic management, in the development of performance, at governmental organizations, Saudi Arabia, Case Study, by Mohammed Bin Dhafer Al-Omari, Supervised by Prof. Dr. Abdul Hamid Abu Naeem, Dr. Ibthag Mustafa. Department of Business Administration, College of Commerce, Cairo University, September 2014.

3. Determinants of Strategy formulation at the Emerging Organizations in Difficult Environments, the case of Syrian revolution, Proposal by Ghiath Bilal, doctoral degree proposal, submitted to Harvard Business School, Department of Strategy, November 2014.

 

5 Master Degree Thesis, Official Supervisor
  1. “Measuring the application of Concept of Citizen sourcing at the Ministry of International Cooperation -MoIC”, by Samar Mahmoud Abdel Wahed, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, MBA, Eslsca School of Business, August 2016.
  2. “Challenge factors of Performance measurement in Egyptian public organizations”, by Rania Ahmed Mahmoud, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, MBA, Eslsca School of Business, August 2016.
  3. “Role of the Investment Promotion Agency in attracting FDI Inflow, Does Investment promotion really matters? Case of Egypt”, by Rasha Mohamed Omar, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, MBA, Eslsca School of Business, August 2016.
  4. “The Establishment of a Regulatory Impact Assessment Unit, the General Secretariat of the Egyptian Cabinet of Ministers, by Eiman Abdelghani Mostafa, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, MBA, Eslsca School of Business, August 2016.
  5. “The Impact of Merging Egypt Re On Egyptian Insurance Public Sector performance, And recommended restructure”, by Gomaa Abdelmawla Zaki, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, MBA, Eslsca School of Business, August 2016.

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45 MBA Final Seminar Projects 
  1. Factors affecting healthcare service quality and lead to patient satisfaction in developing countries, by Wessam Elsawaf, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  2. Flexible Working Hours’ System And Organization Commitment, Applied Case study to ENPPI Corporation, by Wael Muhammad Nasr, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  3. Analyzing Voluntary Turnover Behavior and the variables of Turnover process in the industry of Electrical Power Products and Automation; Case study of ABB Corporation, by Tamer Mohamed Saad, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  4. Identification of the most effective communication methods to resolve conflicts with the aim of sustain business relations, by Sherif Rafik Mohamed Gafaar, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  5. Factors Affecting Quality of Service in Data Networking Service Company in Egypt, by Sherif Hassan Ali, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  6. Improving labor productivity critical factors for Egyptian manufacturing companies, by Noha Assem Abdel-Monem, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  7. The importance of using historical data analysis and its role in improving sales forecast accuracy in a dairy manufacturing company in Egypt, Case study for a dairy company in Egypt, by Noha Abdel Aal El Sayed Sayed EL Ahl, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  8. Potential impacts and side effects associated with Mergers and Acquisitions within Pharmaceutical industry, by Mostafa Ahmed Talaat Abourashed, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  9. How to manage change effectively and overcome its resistance to ensure better organizational performance in the multinational firms working in electrical industry sector in Egypt, by Mostafa ElSayed Mostafa Khater, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  10. How can we use the job design to increase the motivation of potential employees?, by Ashraf Abdullah, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  11. Measuring the level of satisfaction of the health care providers with the public health care facilities in Egypt, by Mohammed Abd Elwahab Mahmoud, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  12. The effect of Orientation program and Hygiene Factors on Early Staff Turnover, by Mohamed Hamed Atta, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  13. Importance to Appling professional managements inside Egypt Family Business, by Maged George Faltous, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  14. Factors Influencing the Quality Education for All, In Djibouti, by Idil Youssouf Omar, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  15. How the Djiboutian government could face the absenteeism by using the labor law protection and financial incentives, by Hussien Osman Omar, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  16. Customers Satisfaction Factors and Measurements in Hospitality Industry, by Eslam Ahmed Refaat, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  17. Understanding the Impact of Experiential Team Building Training on Enhance Team Performance and Team Member Affective Outcomes in Egypt, Baher Merhom, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  18. Pharmaceutical products registration, in Africa, by Aya Aly Onsy, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  19. Impact of Offshoring in IT and Telecom Sector on Employee Job Satisfaction in Developing Countries, by Moshira Marzouk, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  20. Factors Affecting Construction Labor Productivity in Egypt, by Amr Hassan Abdelkader Shams El-din, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  21. The Impact of downsizing and associated factors on the Performance of Employees, by Amr Abd El-Mawla Ali, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  22. Egyptian R&D Dilemma, Determinants of R&D Expenditure in Local Egyptian Manufacturing Firms: A Study on Consumer Care Sector – Cosmetics & Personal Care Industry, by Ahmed Mohamed Kamal ElFahham, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  23. Measuring the effect of monetary rewards on employees’ satisfaction within the work context, by Aboubakr Ali, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  24. The effect of international growth/expansion on Egypt’s national economic growth; analyzing the BRICs experience, by Ali Hassan, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2014.
  25. Measuring factor influence the success of small to medium size enterprise in Egypt, by Omar Mohamed Ali, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  26. Family Business and How it loses Control In Third & Fourth Generation in Arab Countries, by Ahmed Mohamed Gasser, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  27. The key factors of online tools affecting sales in an Egyptian real estate company, by Magdy Aref, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  28. Impact of Motivation on sales force performance, case study on Actelion Pharmaceutical Company, by Shwekar Abdel Salam, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  29. Factors affecting sales revenue in Pfizer Egypt as a Multinational Pharmaceutical Company, by Medhat Yacoub Yassa, supervised by Dr. Ashraf El Safty, August 2015.
  30. The Turnover phenomena in Organizations & its effect on performance, by Marwa Hussein Sobhy, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  31. Enhancing the Performance of a Subsidiary in Egypt Continued to an Indian Information Technology Company, by Ahmed S. El-Hamaky, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  32. Factors Affecting Job Satisfaction for Sales Team in Pharmaceutical Organizations, A Case in PFIZER EGYPT Company, by Tamer Taha, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  33. Employees’ Job Satisfaction in SMEs: Case Study on an Egyptian SME, by Reem Mohamed Hamed, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  34. Why top management links the high rate of turn over to applying the simplest disciplinary techniques/methods that saves NBG rights, by Fatma Alzahraa Samy, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  35. Limitations on Arab women participation in labor market world, by Ehab Helmy Talaat, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  36. What are the factors affecting the fairness of recruitment in a multinational institution? by Marina Emad Fahmy, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  37. Turnover Intention amongst employees of Pharmaceutical Companies in Egypt, by Mohamed Aly Hassan, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  38. The relationship between servant leadership and sales persons’ performance in Pfizer Egypt, by Mohamed Helal, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  39. Factors behind the middle management failure to handle crisis management and finding solutions, by Noha Ahmed Khalaf, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  40. Role of human resources management on firm overall performance, by Zakaria Mohamed Fikry, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  41. Factors effecting employee motivation in Agricultural Industry, by Mohamed Hassan, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  42. Factors that affect the overtime rate in manufacturing industries in Egypt, by Iman Kamal, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  43. What benefits that smart meter infrastructure can bring to the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company, by Yousry Atlam, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  44. What are the indicators of commitment appear in the Egyptian marketplace, by Hossam Eldin Mahmoud, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
  45. How bad management affect the turnover rate in the SME companies in Egypt, by Rania Eltaweel, supervised by Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, August 2015.
17 MBA Degree Full Thesis 
  1. “The impact of the social bottom line of CSR in the multinational pharmaceuticals on employee satisfaction in the Multinational Pharma sector in Egypt”, by Samer Talaat, supervised by Eman Megahed, Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, September 2011.
  2.  “The Main Drivers for Mobile Advertising Acceptance in the Egyptian Market”, by Ahmed Akram Azzam, supervised by Dr. Ehab Abo Eish, Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, September 2011.
  3. “Exploring the effects of the selected macroeconomic indicators on Foreign Direct Investment in Turkish Financial Sector”, by Cagla Sahin, supervised by Dr. Ahmed Mabrouk, Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, September 2011.
  4. “The main constraints affecting MSE’s development/competitiveness in Egypt”, by Heba Elkholy, supervised by Dr. Saneya Elgalaly, Dr. Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, September 2011.
  5. “Factors affect employee satisfaction from ERP implementation in large food manufacturing companies in Egypt, Case study on a leader company in the food industries”, by Ramez Gobran, supervised by Dr. Khaled Wahba, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, May 2011.
  6. “Mobile Virtual Network Operators acceptance in Egypt”, by Mohamed Helmy, supervised by Dr. Saneya Elgalaly, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, May 2011.
  7. “The Effect of Mergers on Customer Satisfaction in the Egyptian Oil Drilling Market, Case Study on: Schlumberger and Smith Merger”, by Mohamed Sherif, supervised by Dr. Saneya Elgalaly, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, May 2011.
  8. “Examining the effect of Corporate Social Responsibility behavior undertaken by the mobile operators on Employee Satisfaction.”, by Maissa Mounir, supervised by Dr. Hamed Shamma, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht School Of Management, Netherlands, May 2011.
  9. “The Key Factors Affecting Egyptian Consumers’ Attitude towards Online Grocery Shopping In Egypt”, By Ehab Morgan, supervised by Dr. Hamed Shamma, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht School Of Management, Netherlands, September 2010.
  10. “Exploring the Factors Affecting Corporate Choice of Banks in Egypt”, By Ola Nour, supervised by Dr. Amr Kheir El Din, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht School Of Management, Netherlands, September 2010.
  11. “Application of Technology acceptance model for Ka-Band Media applications in Egypt”, by Mohamed Elsawy, supervised by Dr. Hamed Shamma, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht School Of Management, Netherlands, April 2010.
  12. “Measuring the impact of managerial style and leaders trustfully behavior on employees commitment and employees satisfaction in Information technology support company, Case study of Oracle Egypt Global Support”, by Osama Megahed, supervised by Dr. Iman Megahed, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, Netherlands, April 2010.
  13. “Impact of extrinsic cues (CoA / COD & Price ) & intrinsic cues on Egyptian consumer products evaluations case of High tech products’, by Amal Zaher, supervised by Dr. Saneya Elgalaly, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, Netherlands, April 2010.
  14. “Factors Affecting eWOM Influence on Users of Social Networks in Cairo”, by Dhalia Ashour, supervised by Dr. Ahmed Tolba, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, Netherlands, April 2010.
  15. “The impact of corporate visual identity design on corporate brand equity. A study on Mobinil, Vodafone and Etisalat. “, by Mohamed Elgwahergy, supervised by Dr. Hesham Dinana, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, April 2010.
  16. “Egypt success as a near shore destination exporting software to gulf region”, by Yasser Elsayed, supervised by Prof. Dr. Mohamed El Masri, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, Netherlands, October 2009.
  17. “Investigating the Extent Companies Operating in Egypt are Effectively Applying PR Tools”, by Fatma Abdel Mohsen, supervised by Prof. Dr. Mohamed El Masri, Ashraf Elsafty, MBA Thesis, Maastricht school of management, Netherlands, October 2009.
  1. Strategy Academy conference & workshop, Maastricht Netherlands, June 2007 presenting doctoral dissertation progress “Towards Developing Strategic Management Process/Model, the Case of software companies in Egypt”.

  2. Organizing Strategy workshop, “Winning in the crisis with strategic processes for growth, how the best companies profit from the crisis with the help of streamlined strategies, Case studies, key methods and practical advice, Key note speaker Dr. Peer Ederer, Egypt, May 2009.
  1. Elementary educational policies in Egypt between 1991 till 2004, by Rahma Mohamed Kamal, supervised by Dr. Nahed Ezz Eldeen, Dr. Ahmed Abdrabo, Master degree of science, Department of Political Science, School of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, November 2015.
  1. Elsafty, Ashraf and Allam, Rasha. Online Islamic Media: Past Performance and Future Strategies”. International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference, Egypt, 2006.

  1. Doctoral dissertation “Towards Developing Strategic Management Process/Model, the Case of software companies in Egypt”, Maastricht school of management, the Netherlands, supervised by Prof. Peer Ederer.
  2. Research paper, “Strategic management process, Gap Analysis for software companies in Egypt, comparative study”, January 2006
  3. Research paper, “Deliberate & Emergent strategies, Case Study of ‘RDI’ Research & Development International”, April 2006.
  4. Research paper, “Linking Strategy to Economics, Case study of Egyptian Software industry”, January 2007.

Dr Ashraf Elsafty Book

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  1. Research Methods for Business Studies, a full text book covering the scientific steps using ‘Deductive’ reasoning to develop ‘Applied’ research, with major focus on Business applications using ‘Quantitative techniques. Book chapters covers the main research steps of problem definition, literature review process, research design elements, data collection sources and methods, data analysis techniques, and finally writing conclusions and findings.
  1. Research Methods, a holistic reference textbook on all scientific research steps to develop rigorous applied research on different disciplines, covering social and physical sciences.