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Research interests

My research broadly focuses on the issue of the procurement and management of complex performance. I am specifically interested in how the interactions and relationships between internal, boundary-spanning and external stakeholders influence the performance of complex operations characterised by lack of clarity and certainty of outcomes and relational exchanges. I pursue this research agenda across two research streams: (1) Procuring and ‘producing’ professional services and (2) Managing the design, evolution and orchestration of supply networks in complex capital projects.

Primarily a qualitative researcher, I am interested pursuing theory-building case-study research from an individual, firm-level, dyadic, triadic and network levels of analysis.

Education/Academic qualification

Operations, Project and Supply Chain Management, Master in Science, University of Manchester

Computer Science and Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering


  • Inter-firm Relationships
  • Complex Capital Projects
  • Service Operations Management
  • Professional Services
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Case Study Research

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Research Output 2016 2019

  • 7 Other contribution
  • 5 Paper
  • 2 Featured article
  • 1 Conference contribution

Orchestrating Supply Networks to Deliver Megaprojects

Kalra, T., Roehrich, K., Squire, B. & Davies, A., 2019, (Accepted/In press).

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Social capital
Service provider
Buyer-supplier relationships

Creating and orchestrating complex, temporal supporting ecosystems in megaprojects to deliver social and economic value

Kalra, T., Roehrich, K., Squire, B. & Davies, A., 26 Oct 2018, The 6th International Megaproject Workshop: Theory Meets Practice: One Belt, One road, Emerging Markets, and Megaprojects . University of Manchester

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution