Dr. Patrick Loh holds the position of Adjunct Professor of Spirituality in Management at Monarch Business School, Switzerland. He is also the Adjunct lecturer of Amity Global Business School (Singapore), and the Northampton University (UK) for their DBA programme in Singapore. His professional expertise and experience are in the areas of global management, entrepreneurship and innovation, strategy, business development and marketing, spiritual and moral leadership, executive education and training, and business consulting. Dr. Loh holds a Ph.D. from the University of Sunderland, (UK), a Master of Commerce (International Marketing) from the University of Strathclyde (UK), and chartered professional qualifications in marketing and administrative management from the UK. Dr. Loh has been a professor of the Inst. of Management Technology, Dubai, and adjunct faculty member/professor of the Amity Global Business school and the Northampton University for their DBA programme in Singapore, and 11 other colleges and business schools.
Dr. Loh returned to the academia after a 21-year professional career in various capacities spanning various fields from administration, publishing, marketing, training and business consulting, and managing education centres in Singapore. He is also an accomplished writer having published many books on management and spirituality.
Dr. Loh has been the Founder and Chief Learning Officer of Knowledge works Consultants, Singapore. He is passionate about instilling and nurturing leaders and educators with a holistic, spiritual, moral mind-set in order to uncover new values, principles and purposes to serve with passion and compassion.
Academic Positions Held
- Adjunct Professor of Spirituality in Management at Monarch Business School Switzerland
- Adjunct Faculty Member, Amity Global Business School (Singapore)
- Adjunct Lecturer for DBA Program, Northampton University (UK) in Singapore
Academic Positions Held In The Past
- Professor of Management and International Business, Inst. of Management Technology, Dubai
- Professor of Management, BITS-Pilani, Dubai
- Visiting Professor of Buddhist College of Singapore.
- Adjunct Professor, Grenoble Graduate Business School, Singapore
- Adjunct Professor, Arcadia University (US) in Singapore
- Adjunct Professor, Open University of Malaysia, Singapore.
- Adjunct Faculty member/Project Supervisor, Central Queensland University in Singapore
- Adjunct Lecturer, Victoria University in Singapore.
- Adjunct Lecturer, Edith Cowan University in Singapore.
- Adjunct Lecturer, Amity Global Business Sch. (India) in Singapore.
- Adjunct Lecturer, University of Sunderland (UK) in Singapore.
- Associate Lecturer, Management Development of Singapore.
- Adjunct Lecturer, Chartered Inst. of Technology, China and Singapore.
- Ph.D. Global IT Management, Education and Marketing, University of Sunderland, UK.
- Master of Commerce in International Marketing and Business, Strathclyde Business School, UK.
- Diploma/Adv. Diploma , Institute of Administrative Management,UK.
- Full Corporate Member, Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK.
Main Academic Interests
- Reflective Business Practice
- Spirituality and holistic development of education and leadership
- Spirituality and corporate performance/excellence
- International Marketing
- Innovation Theory and Management
- Entrepreneurship/Creating Global Ventures
Professional Positions Held In The Past
- Founder/Chief Learning Officer – Knowledge works Consultants
- Director of Studies – College works Group, Singapore
- Director of Studies – Alliance Education Centre, Singapore
Associations And Memberships
- Member, Institute of Administrative Management, UK.
- Member, Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK.
- Academic Member, Communication Institute of Greece.
- Basic Malay
Symposiums & Workshops Attended
- Doctoral Workshop, Northampton University (UK), and Amity Global Business Sch. in Singapore, September 2016
- Doctoral Workshop, Central Queensland University (Aust.) in Singapore, March 2004
- Workshop for MBA progs., Grenoble Graduate Business Sch. (France) in Singapore, September 2010