Mohamed Farah is an Associate Lecturer in Business (MBA) at the Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University.
Mohamed joined the GSBL in 2022 as an Associate Lecturer in Business (MBA) after being affiliated with the School since 2018. Before this appointment, he was an academic, senior marketing manager, and management specialist with experience across various industries, including Airline/Aviation, Not-for-Profit, and Service Sector,
Mohamed coordinates courses and facilitates accelerated programs in the MBA and Executive MBA programs at RMIT University. Among the courses, he coordinates include Business Research Design, Strategy, Digital Entrepreneurship, Leading in the Age of Digital Disruption and International Strategy.
Mohamed is currently undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science with a special focus on governance for sustainable development in Somaliland. Mohamed's research interests include governance, public policy, peace and state-building in post-conflict developing countries.
- ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3550-8619
- Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=mcxKUyQAAAAJ&hl=en
Mohamed is coordinating and facilitating accelerated programs in the MBA and Executive MBA programs including:
- Business Research Design
- Digital Entrepreneurship
- Leading in the Age of Digital Disruption; and
- International Strategy.
- MBA, BAppSc (Aviation)
- Over 10 years of experience as a business professional
- Research Consultant
- Business Analyst
- Sabani, A., Farah, MH., Dewi, D. (2019). Indonesia in the spotlight: Combating corruption through ICT enabled governance In: Procedia Computer Science - Proceedings of the 5th Information Systems International Conference (ISICO 2019), 161, 324 - 332
- Farah, MH., Sabani, A. (2019). Towards sustainable development goals: A literature review and a conceptual framework of governance issues in Africa In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV 2019), Melbourne, Australia, 3 - 5 April 2019