Mohammed Arif

Mohammed Arif is a Senior Lecturer in the school of Built Environment at the University of Salford. One of the major areas of research for Dr. Arif is IT management. He has published several articles in the areas of IT management, system selection, ERP, e-Government, knowledge management, and Malcolm Baldrige Quality Awards. He has an extensive track record of Masters and PhD supervision. He is holds several advisory positions and has acted as consultant to several corporations in the USA, Middle East, and the UK. Currently, two areas of IT management research that he is pursuing are usability of e-learning systems for different languages and virtual communities of practices.


Cases on E-Readiness and Information Systems Management in Organizations: Tools for Maximizing Strategic Alignment
Mustafa Alshawi, Mohammed Arif. © 2012. 318 pages.
Advances in information technology (IT) have influenced how organizations do business. With IT playing such a pivotal role in the operations and success of an organization, it is...
E-Readiness in Governmental Public Service Institution: Lessons Learnt
Yasser Al Saleh, Mohammed Arif. © 2012. 23 pages.
This case study revolves around a governmental public service institution, which receives public and government money that it invests. There were several challenges associated...