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Edward Ochieng

Edward Ochieng Professor and Head of Project Management Programmer,Senior Lecturer in Project Management,The British University in Dubai.


Dr.Edward is a Professor and Head of Project Management Programmes at the British University in Dubai. Edward has extensive experience and knowledge relating to organisational challenges and solution development for managing large capital and heavy engineering projects.His research interest with people and organisational challenges continues but has now been complemented by the need for wider understanding of sustainable infrastructure development, management of project processes,  project value creation, project management digital transformation, capital effectiveness, project complexity and political economy and the management of projects. Edward has edited 31 book chapters, published 4 books, 30 book chapters and over 90 refereed papers in high-ranking journals and conferences. 
Research Interest

He has extensive research experience relating to people and organisational challenges and solution development for managing large capital and heavy engineering projects. His broad interests and expertise include: operational effectiveness, capital effectiveness, energy and economy, team integration, value creation, project complexity, performance, multicultural project teams, sustainability in projects, project governance, modelling technology, stakeholder management, complex risk management, programme management, portfolio management, return on investment in projects, ethics and corporate social responsibility in projects.