Hamid Doost Mohammadian

Hamid Doost Mohammadian obtained his doctorate degree in business strategy, a master of industrial engineering and a bachelor of computer hardware engineering. Having worked in a key position offshore project for one of the largest gas companies at the Persian Gulf (POGC), in his twenties, shows his extraordinary managing abilities. Presently, he is professor for international management and researcher at the University of Applied Sciences (FHM) in Germany. Furthermore, he works as an external professor at the Technical University of Berlin and an external PhD supervisor and examiner of Worcester University and University of Gloucestershire of England. Finally yet importantly, he gains up-to-date practical knowledge by leading his own international bridging business company. His research work is mainly in the field of international management, cross cultural dimensions and sustainability. Previously, he wrote several books as well as a number of publications in peer-reviewed journals and international conferences.

International Project Management: A Focus on HR Approach in Multinational Corporations, Volume I

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$49.95
E-book Price: 
$29.95
In Stock Date: 
04/01/2019

Hamid Doost Mohammadian

The book shows the most effective way of balancing the fundamental pillars, assisting the modern day manager by handling a dynamic, constantly adjusting workplace, which easily adapts to all challenges and changes. It was written by an international management professor and technology expert speaking directly to managers and engineers about the four dimensions of international project management; people, value engineering and multinational cooperation.

International Project Management: A Focus on Value Engineering and Project Value Improvement, Volume II

Print Price: 
$49.95
E-book Price: 
$29.95
In Stock Date: 
04/01/2019

Hamid Doost Mohammadian

The book shows the most effective way of balancing the fundamental pillars, assisting the modern day manager by handling a dynamic, constantly adjusting workplace, which easily adapts to all challenges and changes. It was written by an international management professor and technology expert speaking directly to managers and engineers about the four dimensions of international project management; people, value engineering and multinational cooperation.