Commissioned projects: Dr. Sikander Khan as a project leader
Dr Khan as a Team Leader and Steering Committee member for the Chinese Telecommunication projects. Dr Khan as a Project Leader for implementing the Executive MBA (EMBA) programs for Motorola University (China) and for Ericsson China Academy, Beijing; programs carried out in cooperation with:
● Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University (SBSSU);
● Tsinghua University, Beijing;
● CEIBS (China Europe International Business School), Shanghai;
● Fudan University, Shanghai;
● Shanghai Jiao Tong University;
● Lingnan University, Guangzhou;
Motorola University, Beijing program. 34 participants mainly from China Unicom. This joint venture was carried out with Shanghai University and Manchester Business School.
Location: Lancaster University Management School, UK; SBSSU (Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University)/SABEC (Sweden Asia Business Education Centre), Sweden; Beijing University of Science and Technology Management School (USTB), China; and National University of Laos (NUOL), Lao PDR.
Location: University of Salford School of Art & Design, UK; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark; Politecnico di Milano, Italy; SBSSU/SABEC, Sweden; Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China; Tsinghua University, Beijing, China; Harbin Institute of Technology, China; and King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology, Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand;
Building Human Resources in the Development of Academic Programmes in Sustainable Geo-system Engineering and Exploration). Location: AIT (Bangkok), NUOL (National University of Laos), Vientiane, Laos, VNU (Vietnam National University), Hanoi, ITC, Enschede, The Netherlands, and Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University (SBSSU/SABEC). Purpose to give management advice in establishing a geo-engineering and exploration department in Vientiane and Hanoi.
At Dr Khan’s initiative these 3 programs started from scratch in 1998. By 2002, the number of participating companies reached to 300 (200 EMBA/CPD (Continuing professional development) participants & 100 IEMBA participants from over 20 countries worldwide). This Executive program became the largest program in Scandinavia in less than 3 years. A large number of participants were from multinational corporations, including Ericsson and Scania.
Responsible for the “Corporate Intelligence” program at the Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship. A partnership between KI (Karolinska Institutet), KTH (Royal Institute of Technology), SSE (Stockholm School of Economics) and Konstfack (University of Arts, Crafts and Design).
Jang Group of Newspapers, Pakistan; The Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Karachi Naval Academy, Karachi; Superior University, Lahore; Islamic University, Islamabad; LUMS (Lahore University of Management and Science), IBA Karachi.
40 representatives of the Chinese business community took part in a four-day course in August 1998 on ”Economy and Business in Sweden” run by SBSSU. Group photo taken together with Dr Sikander Khan, Dean, faculty of SBSSU, and the course participants.
40 Professors and administrators lead by the Dean, Dr. Professor Sikander Khan, Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University, conducted a 3 day workshop on April 1998 at Shangrila Resort, Skardu, Gilgit/Baltistan, Pakistan. (Photo from collection “Our VIPs Gallery”, Shangrila Resort, Skardu.)
Challenges in the 21st Century – Japan and Sweden Relationship in the wake of the Global Economic and Financial Crises”. This conference was organized jointly by SBSSU and Nihon University in Tokyo. Group photo taken together with Dr Sikander Khan, Dean, SBSSU, staff and faculty of SBSSU and Nihon University, 1999.
Examination of Master’s thesis in Banking and Finance, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2000. Group photo taken together with Dr Sikander Khan, Dean and thesis co-assessor, SBSSU and the Master’s thesis writers. This programme was given in St. Petersburg by SIBI (Stockholm International Business Institute) in co-operation with the local IBI (International Banking Institute). The master’s programme in banking and finance was financed by SIDA (Swedish International Development Cooperaton Agency).