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Tarila Zuofa is a Senior Teaching Fellow at
Southampton Business School, Southampton,
United Kingdom. Tarila has extensively carried out
industry and academic-oriented research in project
management, most of which has focused on key
issues such as strategic project management,
risk and uncertainty management, knowledge
management, and multicultural team leadership.
His PhD research explored a wide range of issues
affecting risk management in the oil and gas
industry and project management in general. Part
of the novelty of the thesis was highlighted in its
uniqueness of providing an excellent opportunity
for exploring project management practices in
developing and developed countries. He can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Edward Ochieng is a Senior Lecturer in
Programme and Project Management at Cranfield
University, Cranfield, United Kingdom. Edward’s
research is focused on heavy engineering project
management. He has extensive experience and
knowledge relating to organizational challenges
and solution development for managing large
capital and heavy engineering projects. Edward
has published three books, 14 book chapters, and
over 70 refereed papers in refereed journals and
conferences. He has supervised nine PhD students
to successful completion and over 150 MSc/MBA
industrial projects by research. He has also acted
as an internal and external examiner of more than
ten PhD students in varied universities throughout the United Kingdom. He can be contacted at