Professor Ofer Zwikael

BSc, MBA, PhD, PMP
ANU College of Business and Economics
T: 02 61256739

Areas of expertise

  • Organisational Planning And Management 150312
  • Business And Management 1503

Biography

Dr Zwikael is a Professor in the College of Business and Economics at the Australian National University. His research focuses on project benefits management.

Professor Zwikael is the author of four books and more than 200 scholarly peer-reviewed papers published in leading outlets, such as the Journal of Operations Management (FT50). He currently an Associate Editor for the International Journal of Project Management.

Professor Zwikael’s research excellence has been recognised in several ways. He is the recipient of the International Project Management Association's 2016 Research Award. In addition, he has been awarded multiple research awards by the Academy of Management, British Academy of Management, Emerald and the Australian Institute of Project Management.  

Professor Zwikael’s teaching excellence has also gained recognition. In 2014 he was awarded by the ANU Vice Chancellor Commendation for outstanding contribution to student learning. In 2013 he was recognised by the ANU College of Business and Economics for Program that Enhances Learning Award. Previously he has received awards for top PhD supervisor and Best lecturer.

Professor Zwikael is a Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential holder and has held leadership roles such as Associate Dean, Associate Editor and on Boards of multiple Academic journals. He has lead, trained, mentored and consulted projects and program groups in dozens of organisations, including Motorola, Nestle, Teva (Israel), PINZ (New Zealand) and Nationwide Bank (UK). 

 

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Updated:  30 January 2020 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers