• Associate Professor of General Management and Director of Postgraduate Programmes, University of Kurdistan Hewler
  • Professor of Management and Vice President for Students Affairs, University of Montplaisir American Business School
  • Visiting Professor of Business Administration and Management, Virtual University, Uganda
  • Senior Lecturer in HRM/HRD, MBA Programme Coordinator and Chair
  • Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour, HRM and Management and Director of Postgraduate Programme (MSHR)
  • Associate Professor of Management. Gulf University for Science and Technology
  • Associate Professor of Management and Associate Dean. American University of Nigeria
  • Associate Professor of Administration. University of Malaysia
  • Chief Consultant to his Majesty Government, Brunei
  • Chief Consultant to Ministry of Works, Brunei
  • Chief Consultant to ASEAN Senior Police Officers
  • Over twenty five years of experience in Higher Education Institutions in different parts of the world; Over fifteen years experience in consulting and managing projects; Over fifteen years of experience in Higher Education Management and Administration;  Member of International Conference Organising Committee
    Membership of Professional Organisations
  • FCIPP (Fellow, Chartered Institute of Practicing Professionals, USA)
  • IMDA (International Management Development Association, USA)
  • MAAM (Member Asian Academy of Management)
  • MMS (Institute of Management Services, London, UK) MRIPA (Royal Institute of Public Administration, London, UK)
  • CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, UK)
  • Tasie, G.O (2017). The Symbiosis between Entrepreneurship Formation and Employment Creation: A Strategy for Job Opportunities in Kurdistan Region.  International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, Vol. 7, Issue 3, pp. 33-46. http://hrmars.com/index.php/journals/detail/8
  • Tasie, G.O (2016). Creativity and Innovation for Organisations in Kurdistan Region, Iraq: An Integrated HR Approach. International Journal of Research in Business Studies and Management, Vol. 3, Issue 11, November, pp. 43-49
  • Tasie, G.O (2016). Managing Fraud in Banking Industry: A Comparative Study between Diamond and Guarantee Trust Banks in a West African Country. InternationaJournal of Advances in Management and Economicsl , Vol. 5.Issue 3, pp. 41-51, May-June
  • Tasie, G.O (2016). An Exploratory Review of Total Quality Management and Organisational Performance, International Journal of Business and Law Research, Volume 4(1), pp. 39-45
  • Tasie, G. O (2015). Managing Multinational Human Resources in a Volatile Region: An Exploratory Study of Kurdistan Region, Iraq. Asian Research Journal of Business Management, Vol. 3, Issue 2, pp. 31-38
  • Tasie, G.O (2015). Quality Delivery Service in Higher Education: An Exploratory Study of What Students Consider as Excellent Professors/Lecturers. Journal of Education Research and Behavioural Sciences (JERBS), Vol. 4 (1), pp. 026-038
  • Tasie, G.O (2014). Economic Development and Strategic Human Resource Development: The Case of Southeast Asia. International Journal of Advances in Management and Economics (IJAME) Vol.3, Issue 5, pp. 81-87.
  • Tasie, G.O (2012). Job Applications and Challenges of Checking References: An Exploratory Study of Brunei Shell. International Journal of Research, IT, Management and Engineering (IJRIME) Volume 2, Issue 9, pp. 25-34.
  • Tasie, G.O (2012). Influence of Job Satisfaction on Customer Focus in Public Higher Education Institutions in Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Research in Economics and Management Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 2.
  • Tasie, G.O (2012). Effective and Efficient Administration in Development: A Panacea for Organisational Transmogrification in Third World Countries. International Journal of Management and Administrative Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 7, pp. 36-43.
  • Tasie, G.O (2012). An Exploratory Study of Organisational Discrimination: Empirical and Comparative Study of Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB) and Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in a West African Country. Asian Journal of Business and Management Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 9, pp. 73-87.
  • Unegbu, A. O., Unegbu, C and Tasie, G. O (2011) Exploratory Study of Selected Statistical Techniques with Special Relevance to Business, African Journal of Business Management, Vol. 5 (30), pp. 11874-11890.
  • Tasie, G.O (2011). Competency-Based Training Needs Analysis (TNA): An Empirical Study of Gulf University for Science and Technology, Kuwait, International Research Journal of Management and Business Studies Vol. 1(2), March, pp.41-48
  • Unegbu, A.O and Tasie, G.O (2011). Identification of False Financial Statements: A Pre- ante Tool for Investment Decisions, Solvency Analysis and Bankcruptcy Prediction. African Journal of Business Management, Vol. 5 (10), May, pp. 3813-3827.
  • Tasie, G.O (2010). Global Career Aspirations: The Case of Business Graduate Students in Brunei, Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship Development (JIBED), Vol. 5 (2), pp.126-133.
  • Tasie, G.O (2010). Analytical Observations of the Applicability of the Concept of Student-as-Customer in a University Setting. Educational Research and Reviews, Vol. 5(6), June, pp. 309-313.
  • Tasie, G.O (2009). Globalisation and Economic Diversification in the Sultanate of Brunei. African Journal of Business Management Vol. 3 (10), October, pp.511-520
  • Tasie, G.O (2009). Can Japanese Management Styles be applied to Africa? African Journal of Business Management Vol. 3 (5), pp. 233-239, May.
  • Tasie, G.O (2005). Making Teamwork, Empowerment a Reality, Borneo Bulletin, 16 May, p.30.
  • Tasie, G.O (2004). Learning Excellence: Importance of Learning, Adopting and stressing Quality in Higher Education Institutions, Borneo Bulletin, p. 28.
  • Tasie, G.O (2002). Customer Perception about Quality of Service: The Case of Vietnamese and Australian Managers Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship (JIBE), Vol. 9 No. 1. pp.109-126.
  • Tasie, G.O (1999)."Human Resource Management with Brunei Characteristics". Tinjauan, Policy and Administrative Review, No. 3, pp. 21-30.
  • Tasie, G.O (1998), "Japanese Styles of Management and Its Applicability to Asia", Tinjauan, Policy and Administrative Review, No.2. pp 99-111.

  • FCIPP

    MCIPC

  • I have supervised over one hundred undergraduate BA/BSc/BBA and postgraduate MA/M.Sc/MBA dissertations in a variety of topics in business and management. In addition, I have also supervised and assessed a good number of doctoral theses to completion as well as cornucopia of projects including executive continuous professional programmes and serving as external assessors for a variety of academic and non-academic projects.
  • Research project on Managing Stress during the Asian Financial crisis 

  • Tasie, G O (2003). Human Resource Development in Negara Brunei Darussalam: Prospects and Challenges (Bandar Seri Begawan: Brunei Press)
  • Tasie, G O, (1997), Public Sector Administration and Management (Selangor, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications).
  • Tasie, G O (1997), Rural Financial Policy: A Comparative Analysis of India and Nigeria. (London, UK: Minerva Press)
  • Tasie, G. O (2005). Human Resource Development Strategy: The South East Asian Perspective in Hairuni Binti Hj Mohd Ali Maricar, Hashim Awang, Morsidi Bin Haji Mohammad, Ismail Bin Haji Awang Nordin, Gary Jones, Mataim Bakar and Upajeeva Sirinanda (eds). Essays in Memory of the UBD Vice Chancellor 1999-2002 (Bandar Seri Begawan: University of Brunei Darussalam).
  • Emotional intelligence; knowledge and change management; Perception and personality; Public enterprise management; Strategy formulation and  competitive strategy; Entrepreneurship; Human Resource management; Human Resource Development;  Managing Quality in Higher Education Institutions; Business-Government and Society relationship; Accountability and Organizational Ethics; Rural Financing.

    Strategic Management

    Human Resource Management

    HR in Public Sector Management

    Effective People Management

    Change and Knowledge Management

    Research Methods

    Research Methods in Management

    Advanced Human Resource Management

    Entrepreneurship

  • Distinguished Scholar Award, AGBA
  • University of Kurdistan Hewler Conference Support
  • University of Glamorgan/University of South Wales Conference Support
  • The Best Paper presenter, Monterrey, California, USA
  • The Excellent Conference Paper Award at Istanbul Turkey
  • Research grants from University of Brunei Darussalam
  • African Education Grant
  • United Nations Grant
  • American University of Nigeria Research Grant
  • American University of Nigeria Conference Grant
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