- PhD Program
Nehal is a research and teaching assistant with more than seven years’ extensive experience in teaching the undergraduate-level courses; besides working – individually and within research groups – on term papers and research projects. Apart from conducting empirical research studies, resulted in publishing two peer-reviewed research papers, alongside presenting a different peer-reviewed paper at the 2016 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) conference. Nehal has been awarded distinct study and research grants; among them was a scholarship from the Egyptian Higher Ministry of Education to be a visiting scholar at McMaster University for two years. Recently, Nehal won the Harry Lyman Hooker Senior Fellowship award to join the doctoral program at DeGroote School of Business.
Supervisor: Sourav Ray
- Visiting Ph.D. Student, McMaster University, Canada
- M.Sc. Business Administration, Mansoura University, Egypt
- B.Sc. Commerce, Mansoura University, Egypt
- Assistant Lecturer, Business Administration Department, Mansoura University, Egypt
- Demonstrator, Business Administration Department, Mansoura University, Egypt
- Upstream Supply Chain Collaboration
- R&D and Technological Alliances
- B2B Relationships
- Inter-organizational Knowledge Exchange
- Firm’s Capabilities and Positioning Strategies
- Product Innovation and Development Performance
- Elhelaly, Nehal, Sourav Ray, Abdelaziz Hassan, Abdelaziz Mekhaimer (2016), “Product Co-development in Vertical Channels: The Roles of Supplier Knowledge Governance, Absorptive Capacity, and Strategic Positioning”, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference, 4-6 June, Edmonton, Canada.
- Elhelaly, Nehal, Ahmed Ebeid, Azza El-Menbawey (2015), “The Role of Customer Knowledge Management Process in Service Recovery Performance: An Applied Study to the Egyptian National Railways”, International Journal of Management and Applied Research, 2015, 2(1), 1-21.
- Elhelaly, Nehal, Ahmed Ebeid, Azza El-Menbawey (2013), “The impact of Customer Knowledge Management Process on Service Recovery Performance”, Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Intellectual Capital, 11- 12 April, Spain.