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University professor, Universite du Quebec à Trois-Rivieres, research

START Date: 
July, 2015

07/2015 to date: Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières, Québec, Canada

Professor of Organizational Project Management, Management Department, School of Business Administration

Director of the DBA program (Directeur du Comité de programme de cycle supérieur (CPCS)  – DBA) (June 2016 to date)

Director of the joint committee / masters’ programs network (Directeur du comité conjoint réseau des programmes de 2e cycle en gestion de projet, Université du Québec) (November 2015 to date)

Planning Engineer, Tatweer for Research, Research

START Date: 
March, 2004

Since 2004 I am working in the planning field with national and international companies, the current company I am working with is Tatweer for Research. My main duties are:

·        Producing planning procedure for the projects.

·        Establishing an overall time schedule for different types of projects.

·        Measuring the progress of the projects and producing S-Curve.

·        Producing schedule monthly report.

Researcher, FSU, Research

START Date: 
June, 2013
END Date: 
June, 2014

I am working on research projects on team management in various industries (team skills, team interaction). Currently team interaction in project management.

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