Visit from University College of London 2-3 November 2017

Andrew Davies visits the Department of Management 2-3 November. As part of his stay here, there will be a research seminar with the title "Five Rules for Managing Large, Complex Projects"

2017.10.11 | Merete Elmann

Professor Andrew Davies

Andrew is Professor of the Management of Projects in the School of Construction and Project Management, the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London. He is Visiting Professor, Department of Business and Management, LUISS, Rome. Previously, he was Adjunct Professor of Project Management in the Department of Leadership and Organisation, Norwegian Business School and Reader in the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group, Imperial College Business School, Imperial College London, where he was a co-director of the EPSRC Innovation Studies Centre and theme leader of research on innovation in infrastructure projects and systems. Before that he was a Senior Fellow in SPRU, University of Sussex where he was deputy director of the ESRC Complex Product Systems Innovation Centre. 

His published research has focused on how innovation occurs in complex product systems, project-based firms and organisations, systems integration, and integrated solutions business models. He has published in a range of leading management journals such as California Management Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, Research Policy, Organization Studies, Industrial Marketing Management and Industrial and Corporate Change. He is author of Projects: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford University Press (forthcoming 2017), The Business of Projects, Cambridge University Press (2005), co-authored with Michael Hobday, and The Business of Systems Integration, Oxford University Press (2003, 2005), co-edited with Andrea Prencipe and Michael Hobday.

Andrew is invited by the Project Management Research Group in the INEIS section.

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