Dr Kenneth David StrangProfessor Kenneth David Strang, Doctorate, MBA, BS, AS, FLMI, CNA, PMP®  ceo@multinations.org
Doctorate in Project Management [Operations Research], high distinction, 2005, RMIT University
Project Management Professional™ [internationally licensed], 1996, Project Management Institute
(registrar of good standing)
Master of Business in Administration [marketing & new product development focus], honors, 1994, Chadwick at Birmingham
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration [strategy and resource management], honors, 1993, Chadwick at Birmingham University
Certified Netware Administrator [Internet technology & security], 1990, Novell
Fellow, Life Management Institute [actuarial math & pension systems],
distinction, 1989, Life Office Management Association
Business Technology Associate Degree [analysis, design & management], honors, 1983, NB Community College

Editor/Founder, International Journal of Risk & Contingency Management. ISSN: 2160-9624. ProfileCall-for-papers [multi-year deadlines]; interview.
Associate Editor, International Journal of Information Technology & Project Management. ISSN: [1938-0232]. ProfileCall-for-papers.
Associate Editor, Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Technology and Business. ISSN: 1923-9718. ProfileCall-for-papers

Profile: Dr. Kenneth David Strang (Ken) has over 35 years of career experience in business, project management, consulting and education. He has more than 240 mostly-sole-authored scholarly publications including research methods and he was a contributor to the ISO/Project Management Body of Knowledge. Ken has a doctorate in project management (operations research), an MBA (strategic management), a BSBA (marketing), an AS (IT) all with summa cum laude/honors plus he is an internationally licensed Project Management Professional (PMI, USA), a Fellow Life Management Institute with distinction (LOMA, USA), and a Certified Network Administrator (Novell, USA)..  Dr. Strang has lifetime grants+projects valued over $7 million+, he has been recognized by many societies for his achievements, and he has won several honors including a Behavior Energy Climate Change Fellowship from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (funded by Stanford University,  Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and Morris Foundation), the Emerald Literati Award and Duke of Edinborough community service medal, along with several presidential citations. He is the founder/Editor-in-Chief of the well-indexed International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management as well as being Associate-Editor at several other respected international journals.  He owns several companies, he is and was a Board of Director, CEO, President and he worked for organizations such as Blue Cross and IBM. He is a professor and a program coordinator at the State University of New York in the School of Business & Economics. He has been teaching and supervising undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students since 1997 across five disciplines: business administration, management information systems, marketing/consumer behavior, supply chain management and economics/statistics. He also volunteers for many non-profit organizations and universities. A few of his publications are cited below (click in window and use mouse or cursor keys to scoll).