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I hold a PhD degree in Project Management - specifically focusing on the subjects of Organisational Culture and Collaborative Working in rail infrastructure projects operating under an alliancing agreement. The participating organisations included TfL and Network Rail. My research explored the dynamics and evolution of organisational culture throughout a project lifecycle to foster collaborative working and how this knowledge is learned and transferred to other projects to avoid 're-inventing the wheels'.
Apart from this, I also participated in other research works during my time at the University College London (UCL) focusing on Marketing and Project Business Development. Here, me and my colleagues at the time explored the long-term benefits of investing in social capitals such as building relationships and goodwill as part of a construction company's strategy and capability to secure future projects and build their portfolio. This research project have accumulated into a number of conference and journal paper publications as well as an international collaboration with Hong Kong University. During this time I was also involved in a market research project commissioned by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), where we published a report called 'The Hub and The Place' under the RICS banner.
Lecturer in Construction Management and Engineering