Dr Tazeeb Rajwani BSc MA PhD FCMI
Dr Tazeeb Rajwani is Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management at Cranfield School of Management, one of Europe’s leading business schools. He has been a Director of Strategy at a high-tech start-up. Prior to these roles he held a management position at KPMG Corporate Finance, where he was an Innovation Champion and member of the Thought Leadership group at KMPG Europe. His unique role at KPMG also included managing large complex projects globally with a particular focus on Corporate Finance.
He has gained a broad range of executive teaching experience, e.g. IT, energy, casinos, consumer goods, insurance, automotives, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, banking, hospitality and several government bodies. He has taught and facilitated many discussions with executives from major organisations such as Oracle, KPMG, South African Airways, PwC, IBM, EDF Energy, Royal Sun Alliance, Henkel, Coca Cola, Jaguar Land Rover, UK Trade and Investment, Actavis, Central Bank of Nigeria, Aviation Industry Corporation (AVIC), Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation, Rank Group, United Nations (UN), Cisco Systems and others. He has facilitated senior management and board level workshops and runs executive programs on strategic planning and leadership in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America.
He conducts relevant research into competitive strategies in global firms. He has written many books, book chapters, thought leadership reports and white papers, including articles in prestigious refereed journals. His research has been reported in the commercial press, including the Irish Times, The Times and Financial Times. He has published a book contracted by Oxford University Press on “Aligning for Advantage: Competitive Strategies for the Political and Social Arenas”. He also continues as an external examiner and holds several visiting positions in leading business schools around the world. He has previously studied at University of Surrey, University of Nottingham and has a PhD in Strategic Management from Imperial College London.
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