College of Management and Technology
Dr. Kenneth David Strang has over 35 years of career experience in business, project management, consulting and education. He has more than 260 mostly-sole-authored scholarly publications including research methods and he was a contributor to the ISO/Project Management Body of Knowledge. He is a full professor in business/SCM program. Ken has a doctorate in project management (operations research), an MBA (strategic management), a BSBA (marketing), an AS (information technology) all with summa cum laude/honors plus he is an internationally licensed Project Management Professional (PMI, USA), a Certified Network Administrator (Novell, USA), a Certified Research Professional, a Certified Supply Chain Specialist/Certified Procurement Professional (IIPMR, USA), and a Fellow Life Management Institute with distinction (LOMA, USA). Dr. Strang has lifetime 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, the Emerald Literati award and Duke of Edinborough community service medal, along with several presidential citations. He is the founder/Editor-in-Chief of a peer-reviewed journal and Associate-Editor at others. He is an appointed Board Director, CEO, President and he worked for Blue Cross and IBM.