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Dr. Lucky Edjenekpo




Lucky Enajite Edjenekpo

DBA, SKEMA Business School, France
Warri, Nigeria

Lucky Enajite Edjenekpo DBA, CCP, PMP is an oil and gas professional with over 25 years’ experience in project management and operations management.

He is currently serving as a project consultant helping organizations attract target opportunities and win work through proper plans, cost estimates, schedules, earned value management criteria implementation, risk mitigation and other strong project management techniques; working through the project award/execution transition to supporting the business through operations excellence and sustainability. He also volunteers as project manager with Project Managers without Borders (PMWB), working out of Nigeria, when the opportunity arises. He engages in independent research work, pro bono consulting and volunteering, and keen on joining a non-profit board.

Lucky holds a bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering and a master’s degree in Engineering Management from the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Nigeria, an MBA in leadership and sustainability from the University of Cumbria, UK, and a DBA in project and program management from Skema Business School, Lille, France.

Lucky is a Certified Cost Professional (CCP), and Project Management Professional (PMP) driven by passion to advance project management practice delivery. He lives in Warri, Nigeria and can be reached at lucky-edjenekpo@hotmail.com.

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Subject of PPM Research: "Project Delivery in Nigeria: Using Earned Value Management to Improve Project Performance."  To learn more, click on the following: Nov 2018 - Edjenekpo - Research Title, Preamble, Questions, Aims and Objectives

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Date started as PMWL Research Scholar:  November 2018

News and Announcements:

181219 - SKEMA doctoral student appointed first PMWL Research Scholar


Published Papers and Reports:

Edjenekpo, L. (2017). Voluntary usage of Earned Value Management on Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa; PM World Journal, Vol. VI, Issue VIII (August)

Edjenekpo, L. (2015). What gets measured gets done. PM World Journal, Vol. IV, Issue I (January).

Edjenekpo, L. (2014). Reducing Prejudice in the Workplace in Nigeria: Suggestions for Consideration by the Project Leader; PM World Journal, Vol. III, Issue XII (December)

Edjenekpo, L. (2014). Leadership and Intelligence: Lessons for Oil and Gas Project Leaders in Nigeria; PM World Journal, Vol III, Issue XI (November).

Edjenekpo, L. (2013). Benchmarking Service Excellence: The Nigerian Company Experience; PM World Journal, Vol. II, Issue VII (July).

Resources added to the PMWL:

190316 - Edjenekpo - Tutorial on Earned Value Management Systems

190131 - Edjenekpo - Earned Value Project Management - A Powerful Tool for Software Projects

190124 - Edjenekpo - Using EVA to Determine Where You Are

190117 - Edjenekpo - If the Pharaoh had only used Earned Value

190109 - Edjenekpo - Earned Value Method as a Tool for Project Control

181224 - Edjenekpo - Earned Value Project Management Method and Extentions

181221 - Edjenekpo - The Costs and Benefits of the Earned Value Management Process

181219 - Edjenekpo - Project Managers Without Borders