Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Namal College - The First Ten Years (2002-2012) authored by Dr Arif N. Butt and Ms Shezeen Hemani was published in the Case Research Journal (CRJ) Volume 36. The CRJ is the leading academic journal for cases in business and related disciplines in North America. 

The case documents the evolution of Namal College - Mianwali, Pakistan, the brainchild and dream project of Imran Khan - world renowned cricketer, philanthropist, and one of the most popular politicians of Pakistan. The case narrates the journey of Namal College for the first ten years of its establishment. In 2012, the Board faces two crictical decisions - what should Namal's vision be for the next 10-30 years? And what should the Board do to overcome the operational challenges and achieve the organisation's goals?

Keywords: Higher Education, Vision, Leading Organisations, Stakeholders in Higher Education