Robert Moehler

Business Model Innovation Robert Moehler

Robert Moehler is holding the position of Senior Lecturer of Engineering Project Management at The University of Melbourne, Robert brings forth a rich tapestry of knowledge and expertise from both his research and teaching endeavours in Project Management and Business Model Innovation. His prior academic tenure includes serving as a lecturer at Monash University and Northumbria University, UK, along with co-directing the cross-faculty Master of Project Leadership and Master of Project Management at Monash University.

A firm believer in fostering innovation through cross-collaboration, Robert has led a multitude of impactful research projects. Many of these were aimed at understanding the dynamics of start-up and tech-cluster innovation processes and various project delivery modes. These projects were made possible through funding from industry and government sources, reaffirming their relevance and potential impact.
Currently, as a Principal Investigator at Building 4.0 CRC, he dedicates his expertise to the exploration and understanding of business model innovation within the building industry. His goal is to drive forward the conversation on modernizing industry practices and improving both project outcomes and profitability.

Current Projects:

Business Model Innovation in the Building Industry: Better Buildings and Better Bottom Lines (#40) – A deep dive into improving existing business models to enhance building quality and economic efficiency.
Critical Path IMPACT through Productisation (#30) – A study into streamlining product development and increasing speed to market.

Other Projects Robert contributed:
Implementing DfMA and Lean in Construction: Best Practice Guidelines through a Study of Building Services and Structure (#9) – An investigation into implementing lean practices within the construction industry to boost productivity and reduce waste.
Projects to Platforms: Investigating New Forms of Collaboration – Scoping Study (#3) – An exploration of new collaborative forms to enhance project efficiency and outcomes.
Demystifying Volumetric Construction: A Study of the Bathroom Pod (#31) – A study aimed at unravelling the complexities of volumetric construction and offering an in-depth analysis of the bathroom pod.
Field Data Collation to support real-time operational management (#6) – A research project focused on harnessing field data to enhance real-time operational management.