Mahmoud Rajablu

Mahmoud Rajablu, DBA, MBA, MIS, MSP, PRINCE2

Dr. Mahmoud Rajablu is a Senior Principal of Canadian Business Success Centre, author, researcher and a global business leader with 20 years of on-site innovative leadership in Canada, U.S.A., Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Africa. A strong leader and mentor, Mahmoud has extensive experience in international business, business strategy, and organizational transformation.

Mahmoud is specialized in executive education and corporate custom programs; he has developed variety of courses and taught international business, strategic management, entrepreneurship, project management, and ecommerce in the MBA/EMBA and Executive Education programs at a number of international schools.

Mahmoud is the President of Pars Capital International - a leading multinational provider of strategic services for small, medium, and large enterprises in the area of international trade and investment with focus on emerging economies. In his recent role as Group CEO he led the successful turnaround of the privately held GTR Group - the leading provider of information communication technology in Asia-Pacific and Middle East. As a leader strategist, Mahmoud has served blue-chip firms, governments and international organizations, such as ATCO, IDLO, CKP, ARAMCO, eOman, and the World Bank, and has participated in International Peacekeeping & Security Missions, and Global Humanitarian Projects.

Dr. Mahmoud Rajablu received his Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) from the Multimedia University, Malaysia, and Master of Business Administration from Kurt Bösch University, Switzerland, where he specialized in strategic management. Mahmoud is a member of editorial board of International Journal of Project Organization and Management Science (IJPOM), and a recognized expert in mega-project, program and portfolio management.

Specialties:

Corporate governance, international business, business strategy, international business development, strategic investment, global startups, turnarounds, organizational transformation, project management, and technology.