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Isaac joined the Faculty of Management in September 2016 as a Lecturer in Project Management from Fairfield School of Business-Croydon, where he was Senior Lecturer in Business.
Prior to joining Fairfield School of Business, Isaac had held lectureship positions in various colleges in UK including Essex International College, St. Patrick International College etc. He also held Principal position in London College of Social and Management Sciences. Isaac has successfully taught and delivered Business, management, human resources, leadership, strategy, research projects and management courses at Awards, certificate, Diploma, Advance diploma, Postgraduate Diploma level 7 and MBA courses. He has successfully led ATHE, ISI, and QAA accreditation processes as a module leader, Course Coordinator and Principal.
Isaac has a PhD in Project Management – Liverpool John Moores University, MBA in Project Management – University of Wales, BA (Hons) in Political Science with Philosophy, Diploma in Divinity – Beaurea Academy, Certificate in Social Enterprise – Pennsylvania University and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)... He is fellow of Institute of Administrative Management (IAM), and a member of Project Management Institute (PMI).
Isaac has continuing research interests in causes and effects of projects failure with particular focus on government projects, stakeholders and government projects performance, particularly how government projects failure affects key stakeholders, partisanship politics and government projects performance. He has conference proceedings from British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference and published in International Journal of Managing Projects in Business.
Prospective PhD candidates with any of the above research areas can contact him with their proposals.more
- Damoah, I.S. and Kumi, D., 2018. Causes of government construction projects failure in an emerging economy: evidence from Ghana. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business.
- Damoah, I.S., Akwei, C., Amoako, I.O. and Botchie, D., 2018. Corruption as a source of government project failure in developing countries: Evidence from Ghana. Project Management Journal.
- Damoah, I.S. and Akwei, C.A., 2017. Government project failure in Ghana: a multidimensional approach. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 10 (1).
- Damoah, I.S., Akwei, C. and Botchie, D., 2017. E-government projects implementation in Ghana: success factors and challenges. In: British Academy of Management (BAM). RE-CONNECTING MANAGEMENT RESEARCH WITH THE DISCIPLINES: 5-7 September 2017 Warwick Business School, University of Warwick.
- Akwei, C., Amoako, I. and Damoah, I.S., 2017. The role of technology innovation in shaping the student learning experience in Higher Education. In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION, DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION 28-29 August 2017 Methodist University College-Accra-Ghana.
- Amoako, I., Akwei, C. and Damoah, I.S., 2017. Entrepreneurship Education and Employability: Insights from UK. In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION, DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION 28-29 August 2017 Methodist University College-Accra-Ghana.
- Akwei, C., Damoah, I.S. and Amoako, I., 2017. Assessing the impact of corruption on the management of Ghana government educational infrastructural projects. In: International conference on education, development & innovation (INCEDI 2017) 28-29 August 2017 Methodist University College-Accra-Ghana.
- Damoah, I.S., Akwei, C.A. and Mouzughi, Y., 2015. Causes of government project failure in developing countries – Focus on Ghana. In: The Value of Pluralism in Advancing Management Research, Education and Practice. 29th Annual BAM Conference 8-10 September 2015 University of Portsmouth.
Profile of Teaching UG
- Contemporary Project Development & Control
- Project management
- Research in Business and Management
- Introduction to Organisational Behaviour and Ethics
- The Value of Pluralism in Advancing Management Research, Education and Practice, Causes of government project failure in developing countries – Focus on Ghana, 08 Sep 2015, University of Portsmouth
- Higher Education Academy (HEA), Associate (2013-),
- Institute of Administrative Management (IAM), Fellow (2012-),
- Project Management Institute, Member,