Professor Tayyab Maqsood
Professor Tayyab Maqsood is currently serving in the role of Associate Dean-Project Management. In this role he is leading the project management discipline at RMIT.
Over last 11 years, Tayyab has made significant contribution in growing project management discipline at RMIT and making it one of the largest discipline nationally and internationally through his teaching, research and various leadership roles.
He leads a highly capable academic team associated with the delivery of world leading undergraduate and postgraduate programs in project management. He has authored/co-authored over 120 peer-reviewed publications and received several research grants.
He has successfully supervised 14 Ph.D. students for their doctoral degrees. He lectures in both undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in Project Management and has taught courses related to project planning/control (MS Project and Primavera Planner P6), project risk management and honours research.
He is a member of the Institution of Engineers Australia (IEAust), Project Management Institute (PMI) and Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
- MEng (Construction Engineering and Management)
- B Sc (Civil Eng)
- Zaman, A.,Ruiz, A.,Shooshtarian, S.,Ryley, T.,Caldera, S.,Maqsood, T. (2023). Development of the circular economy design guidelines for the Australian built environment sector In: Sustainability, 15, 1 - 30
- Khalfan, M.,Azizi, N.,Haass, O.,Maqsood, T.,Ahmed, I. (2022). Blockchain Technology: Potential Applications for Public Sector E-Procurement and Project Management In: Sustainability, 14, 1 - 21
- Ghafoor, S.,Shooshtarian, S.,Maqsood, T.,Wong, S. (2022). Assessment of Public Opposition to Construction and Demolition Waste Facilities: A Case Study in Australia In: Recycling, 7, 1 - 14
- Shooshtarian, S.,Caldera, S.,Maqsood, T.,Ryley, T.,Wong, S.,Zaman, A. (2022). Analysis of factors influencing the creation and stimulation of the Australian market for recycled construction and demolition waste products In: Sustainable Production and Consumption, 34, 163 - 176
- Shooshtarian, S.,Caldera, S.,Maqsood, T.,Ryley, T. (2022). Evaluating the COVID-19 impacts on the construction and demolition waste management and resource recovery industry: experience from the Australian built environment sector In: Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 24, 3199 - 3212
- Khalfan, M.,Li Ng, P.,Haass, O.,Kashyap, M.,Maqsood, T. (2022). Applying agile framework in delivering, and evaluating university courses In: International Journal of Agile Systems and Management, 15, 53 - 69
- Li Ng, P.,Khalfan, M.,Maqsood, T. (2022). AgiBuild: A Proposed Framework for Agile Building Adaptation Project Management Based on Literature Review In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Construction in 21st Century, 16-19 May 2022, Amman, Jordan, 16-19 May 2022
- Shooshtarian, S.,Maqsood, T.,Wong, S.,Bettini, L. (2022). Application of sustainable procurement policy to improve the circularity of construction and demolition waste resources in Australia In: Materials Circular Economy, 4, 1 - 22
- Shooshtarian, S.,Maqsood, T.,Caldera, S.,Ryley, T. (2022). The impact of regulations on construction and demolition waste market creation and stimulation: Australian stakeholders' perception In: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Melbourne, Australia, 27-30 June 2022
- Shooshtarian, S.,Caldera, S.,Ryley, T.,Maqsood, T.,Zaman, A.,Wong, S. (2022). The role of education in the circular built environment: Analysis of Australian educational programs impact on construction and demolition waste management In: Architectural Science and User Experience: How can Design Enhance the Quality of Life, Perth, Australia, 1-2 December 2022
- SmartCrete CRC Partner Agreement - Umbrella record. Funded by: SmartCrete CRC from (2020 to 2027)
- Collaboration with Tsinghua University and Harbin Institute of Technology to develop integrated international construction supply chains: knowledge cluster for seamless off-site housing (OSH) systems. Funded by: Australia-China Science and Research Fund Grant Pre-2014 from (2013 to 2014)
- A Supply Chain Management Framework for Waste Minimisation for the Residential Sector. Funded by: Sustainability Victoria - Competitive from (2012 to 2014)
13 PhD Completions4 PhD Current Supervisions