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Professor Ashraf Labib

Professor of Operations and Asset Management

  1. A study to develop a multi-loop learning framework for project management

    Author: Mcclory, S., Sep 2017

    Supervisor: Professor Ashraf Labib (Supervisor) & Dr Martin Read (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  2. Decision support framework for resources allocation to corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes

    Author: Poplawska, J., Feb 2014

    Supervisor: Professor Ashraf Labib (Supervisor), Dr Debbie Reed (Supervisor) & Professor Alessio Ishizaka (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  3. Hospitality industry decision analysis in Malta: application of a hybrid-balanced scorecard

    Author: Quintano, A., Sep 2015

    Supervisor: Professor Ashraf Labib (Supervisor), Apostolakis, A. (Supervisor) & Professor Alessio Ishizaka (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  4. Implementing KM in a public organization: the case of the Dubai Police Force

    Author: Busanad, A. M., Apr 2016

    Supervisor: Welch, C. (Supervisor), Professor Ashraf Labib (Supervisor) & Dr Lynn Day (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  5. Strategic information systems: their contribution to organisational performance

    Author: Roberts, M., Nov 2016

    Supervisor: Professor Ashraf Labib (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  6. The impact of knowledge management on project success

    Author: Arafa, E. A. B., Oct 2015

    Supervisor: Professor Ashraf Labib (Supervisor) & Lee, A. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  7. The impact of regulation, risk, and resource on returns within renewable energy projects

    Author: Daly, J., Dec 2014

    Supervisor: Professor Ashraf Labib (Supervisor) & Dr Azad Camyab (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  8. Towards a harmonized framework for high reliability organisations

    Author: Agwu, A., Jan 2018

    Supervisor: Professor Ashraf Labib (Supervisor) & Professor Alessio Ishizaka (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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