The Special Interest Group Project Organising is focused on projects and programmes defined as temporary organisations with a goal and pre-determined life cycle. The Project Organising SIG is concerned with project-based/oriented organisations: firms or public sector agencies organised to promote and/or deliver projects or to implement their Strategies and changes by projects and programs.

 

SIG OFFICERS:

SIG board for 2018:
Martina Huemann, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria (Chair).
Pernille Eskerod, Webster Vienna Private University, Austria (Chair Elect).
Alexander Kock, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany (Programme Chair and Communication Officer). 
Monique Aubry, University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada (Track Chair, responsible for reviews).
Miia Martinsuo, Tampere University of Tehnology, Finland (Professional Development Support Officer).

Treasurer:
Graham Winch, Manchester Business School, UK.

Social Media Managers:
Leticia Fuentes-Ardeo, University of the Basque Country, Spain.
Maria Aguilar-Fernandez, University of the Basque Country, Spain.

Past Chairs, but still active:
Graham Winch, Manchester Business School, UK.
Miia Martinsuo, Tampere University of Technology, Finland.

Hans Georg Gemünden, Berlin University of Technology, Germany. 
Rodney Turner, SKEMA Business School, France.
Christophe Midler, École Polytechnique, France. 
Brian Hobbs, University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada.

SIG contact 2018: Alexander Kock This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


GT 10_00 Project Organising - SIG General Track

The Project Organising track provides an international platform to share and debate topical issues in the management of projects as temporary organisations and their context in organisations or inter-organisational networks. This includes the management of single projects, mega projects, programs, and project portfolios, as well as project-oriented organisations, which deliver projects to external or internal customers, and project networks or multi-enterprise meta-organisations created to deliver projects. We invite conceptual as well as empirical papers based on quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods. In our track, we run competitive sessions as well as development sessions, to help authors further develop their papers.

  

 

 

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