Dr. David Bryde is Professor of Project Management in the Built Environment &
Sustainable Technologies (BEST) Research Institute, Liverpool John Moores University
(LJMU). He brings a management science/social science perspective to the topic of
sustainability. Working with Dr. Al-Rasheed and Dr. Mouzughi he is investigating
attitudes and behaviours towards sustainability among key stakeholders in Saudi Arabia.
His work has also encompassed the topics of sustainable project management and
sustainable procurement. He is widely published, with over 80 journal papers, research
monographs, book chapters, conference presentations, invited guest
lecturers/presentations, expert interviews and articles. Recent publications related to his
work on sustainability include a journal paper: J. Meehan, & D.J. Bryde, Sustainable
Procurement Practice in Business Strategy and the Environment 20, no. 2 (2010): 94-106;
a research monograph, D.J. Bryde & F. Maravelea, (2011) “Sustainable Management
Assessment in Building and Infrastructure Projects in R.J. Collins, (ed.) “Project
Management” (New York: Nova Publishing, 2011) and a chapter titled “Sustainable
Project Management” in A. Cotgrave & M. Riley, (eds.) “Total Sustainability in the Built
Environment” (Palgrave MacMillan, 2013).