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Alexander Budzier

  • PhD
  • Fellow in Management Practice
  • University of Oxford Said Business School - Egrove Park
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Research interests

Judgment and Decision Making Project Management Program Management Megaprojects Linguistics Art History of Dwarfs

About

Alexander Budzier is a DPhil student at the BT Centre for Major Programme Management and Green-Templeton College. He is conducting research on how to improve ICT Megaproject performance by improving decision-making of project sponsors. Prior to joining the BT Centre he has worked as a Market Research Executive at T-Mobile International in London and most recently as Senior Associate with McKinsey's Business Technology Office in Düsseldorf and Chicago, where he consulted banking and insurance clients globally on IT and operations projects. Alexander Budzier is a PMI certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds a degree by Dresden Technical University (Diplom-Wirtschaftsinformatiker) where he graduated with a research thesis on 'Brand Equity and Consumer Behaviour'.

Co-authors (3)

Publications (5)

  • Double Whammy – How ICT Projects are Fooled by Randomness and Screwed by Political Intent

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  • Double Whammy – How ICT Projects are Fooled by Randomness and Screwed by Political Intent

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  • ICT Project Risk as Pollution Belief - A Comparative Essay in Cultural Theory

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  • The risk of risk registers – managing risk is managing discourse not tools

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  • Why Your IT Project May Be Riskier than You Think

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Professional experience

Fellow in Management Practice

Said Business School

September 2009 - Present

Education

Diplom Wirtschaftsinformatiker

Dresden, Technical University

September 1999 - March 2004(5 years)