جامعة الملك عبدالعزيز

KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY

ابراهيم محمود حسين الصيني


  
 

Ibrahim Mahmoud Alsini
 Assistant Professor
Department of

King Abdulaziz University
Phone: 6951507
Email: ialsini@kau.edu.sa

 
   
  
 

Profile:
Ibrahim Alsini (PhD) Assistant Professor in Hospitality Management. Dr Alsini has a PhD degree in Hospitality Management from Surrey University, UK. He is also a certified consultant in International Etiquette & Protocol from Protocol School of Washington. He is holding a certification of Proficiency in Hospitality Management from Ecole Hotelier Lausanne, Switzerland. Currently, he is the head of Hospitality Department. His current research interest is in the employee service quality in the hospitality industry and business protocol and etiquette.

 
   
  
 

Education:
  • 2011 : Doctorate degree from Hospitality & Tourism Department, Faculty of Management, Economics & Law, University of Surrey, UK, قيلدفورد, بريطانيا

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    Employment:
  • 2011 - حاليا : Head of Hospitality Department, Tourism Institute, جدة, المملكة العربية السعودية
  • 2011 - حاليا : Assistant Professor, Hospitality Department, Tourism Institute, جدة, المملكة العربية السعودية

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    Research Interests:

    1. Alsini, I., Lockwood, A., Al-Sabbahy, H. and Thozhur, S. (2007), “Saudi-isation in the hotel industry; Opportunity or Challenge”, EuroCHRIE Conference, Leeds, October 2007.
    2. Alsini, I., Lockwood, A., Al-Sabbahy, H. and Thozhur, S. (2008), “Expatriate Hospitality Workers in the Arab Gulf Countries”, Hospitality Review, January, p.27-34.
    3. Alsini, I., Lockwood, A., Al-Sabbahy, H. and Thozhur, S. (2008), “The Relationships between Individual and Organisational Service Orientation in the Hotel Industry”, SERVSIG Conference, American Marketing Association, June, Liverpool.
    4. Alsini, I., Lockwood, A. and Al-Sabbahy, H. (2010), “The antecedents of employee service in the hotel industry: A service orientation perspective”, SERVSIG Conference, American Marketing Association, June, Porto.
    5. Alsini, I., Lockwood, A. and Al-Sabbahy, H. (2011), “The antecedents of employee service in the hospitality industry: Service orientation & organisational justice perspectives”, BAM Conference, September, Birmingham.



     
       
      
     

    Courses:
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    HT 212 : Food Production II—Cold &Hot Kitchen Application I
    HT 213 : Food Production II—Cold &Hot Kitchen Application II
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    HT 231 : Accommodation I- Front Office Theory

     
       
      
     

    Contact Info:
    • Office Phone: 6951507
    • Email : ialsini@kau.edu.sa
    • URL : http://www.kau.edu.sa/DRS-0004431.aspx