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  PMUni Workshop Vienna
Published: May 19, 2014
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1st PMUni Workshop in Vienna

 

Date:  

            May 14th, 2013 from 09:00am – 16:00pm

 

Location:

Vienna University of Business and Economics 

Welthandelsplatz 1
1020 Vienna

Room: 6.032

 

Objectives

  • Information about new developments in project & process management education and research
  • Exchange of experiences, establishing cooperation and networking
  • Future of PMUni

 


 

Registration

Lisa Mayrhofer, RGCresearch 

Tel.: 0043 367 7022 - 11, E-mail: l.mayrhofer@rolandgareis.com


  

 

 

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Agenda 2nd PMUni Workshop & Participant List
Published: December 3, 2013
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2nd PMUni Workshop 2013: Veszprém

Status: 01 October 2013

Date:  

  • October 04th, 2013 from 1:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. + dinner
  • October 05th, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

 

Location:

University of Pannonia

Pannon Egyetem
8200 Veszprém
Egyetem u. 10.

Room: A 204

 

Objectives

·         Information about PMUni for potential PMUni partners

·         Information about new developments in project & process management education and research

·         Exchange of experiences, establishing cooperations, networking

 

 

Participants

·         Representatives of PMUni partners

·         Representatives of potential PMUni partners

Registration

Tamara Wehrstein, PROJEKTMANAGEMENT GROUP, WU

Tel.: +43/1/31336-5533, E-mail: tamara.wehrstein@wu.ac.at


Schedule: Friday, October 04th

Afternoon session

Room: A 204

 

Time

Topic

Speaker

Institution

13:30 – 13:45

  • Welcome and introduction

Lajos Szabó,

Zsolt T. Kosztyán

 

University of Pannonia

 

 

13:45 - 14:15

  • Welcome

Roland Gareis

RGCresearch

14:15 - 14:45

  • Introduction: Veszprem and our University - Virtual Sightseeing

Csilla Raffai

University of Pannonia

14:45 - 15:00

Break

 

 

15:00 - 16:15

  • Teampresentation and discussion with Master- and PhD-students

Methological Research Group

 

Marcell Kurbucz

Judit Kiss

Anikó Németh

University of Pannonia

 

 

 

 

16:15 - 17:30

  • Aspects of Knowledge Management in a Knowledge Intensive Company

Viktória Horváth and Bálint Blaskovics

Corvinus School of Budapest

17:30-19:00

Dinner PMUni guests

 

Fejes Völgy Restaurant

8200 Veszprém, Vámosi út 2.

 

 

 

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PMI Research & Education Conference 2014 Call for Submissions
Published: October 14, 2013
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PMI Research & Education Conference 2014 Call for Submissions

Conference Theme: "Standing on the Shoulders of Giants": In Search of Theory and Evidence

The theme of the forthcoming Research and Education Conference reflects three key issues facing the field of project management research and education. The first concerns how research and education can “stand on the shoulders of giants” – enabling us to see further and with greater insight because of the knowledge platform that is being built. The second is the role of theory and whether the field has moved on from Koskela and Howell’s (2002) provocation, that there is no underlying theory of project management. Finally, the opportunity of evidence-based project management was highlighted at the 2012 Research and Education Conference in Professor Denise Rousseau’s (2012) keynote address. How will the field respond to this call? We invite you to join the conversation around these key issues at the 2014 Research and Education Conference.

 

Deadline is the 15th December 2013

For further information please follow the link:

http://www.pmi.org/en/Knowledge-Center/Academic-Research/Research-Education-Conference-Call-for-Submissions.aspx 

 

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PMUni Newsletter 05/2013
Published: June 20, 2013
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PMUni Newsletter 05/2013 and invitation to the 2nd PMUni workshop at the University of Pannonia in 2013

Contents
1. PMUni Events
2. PMUni News from the Facilitators

 

1.  PMUni Events

1st PMUni workshop 2013 in Vienna
The 1st PMUni workshop in 2013 was organized by the PROJEKTMANAGEMENT GROUP, WU Vienna and Ina Pircher (University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna, Austria) one day before the happy projects`13 conference. This year the topic of the happy projects`13 conference was “Sustainable Management: Re-thinking Project, Process & Change Management”.

During the PMUni workshop AsbjØrn Rolstadås (Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Norway), Lise Lodsgård (University of Southern Denmark), Laurence Lecoeuvre (SKEMA Business School), Ioana Muresan (Babes-Bolyai University), Igor Ilyin, Olga Makarova (St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University) Krisztina Tomcsányi (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary) Zsolt T. Kosztyán (University of Pannonia) presented actual research news. Karkukly Waffa, Roland Gareis (Global PMO Solutions & WU Vienna) presented something about Integrating Process, Project, and Change Management – Role of the PMO. Martina Huemann and Binnur Ebru Fidan introduced their new research project Rethink!PSM.

Following topics were presented at the workshop:
• Lise Lodsgård: MSc in Business Administration and Economics Specialization within Change Management, University of Southern Denmark
• Laurence Lecoeuvre: The PM actions at SKEMA
• Igor Ilyin, Olga Makarova: Corporate standard of project management as part of the enterprise architecture (Software support)
• Ioana Muresan: Means of improving the impact of projects financed by the European Union
• AsbjØrn Rolstadås: NTU Research Strategy for Project Management
• Martina Huemann, Binnur Ebru Fidan: Rethink!PSM: Systemic constellation as method for stakeholder analyses
• Zsolt T. Kosztyán: Matrix-based Project Planning & Risk Analysis Methods
• Krisztina Tomcsányi: Internationalization as an organization development project
• Karkukly Waffa, Roland Gareis: Integrating Process, Project, and Change Management – Role of the PMO

You can download all presentations from the PMUni homepage (http://www.pmuni.net/index.php?categoryid=39&p13_sectionid=37)

2nd PMUni workshop in 2013:

On 04 & 05 October 2013 the next PMUni workshop takes place at University of Pannonia and is hosted by Zsolt T. Kosztyán.

We would kindly invite you to the PMUni workshop on the 04 October 2013, which starts at lunch time and will end on the 05 October 2013 around lunch time.

The friday afternoon session will be spent with students, e.g. discussing master theses presentations, giving short lectures by some of the PMUni representatives
The morning session on Saturday is also reserved for formal PMUni partners and will focus on specific objectives and outcomes of the PMUni network.

More information will be available as soon as possible on our homepage www.pmuni.net.
If you are interested in joining the PMUni workshops please contact us.

2. PMUni News from the Facilitators

International student paper award
Each year, the PROJEKTMANAGEMENT GROUP in cooperation with the happy projects`13 conference in Vienna, Austria, organizes the international student paper award. This award is a great opportunity for students to get some experience and recognition. 

Winners of the international student paper award´13
Papers from different universities were handed in for evaluation by a top international jury this year. We are proud to announce following nominees as the winners of the international student paper award:

• The 1st prize PhD level went to Jessica Siva, RMIT University, Australia, for her paper “Re-thinking megaproject governance through a cultural political economic perspective: using governmentality theory to critique client decision-making”

• The 1st prize master level went to Roeland Derichs & Bob Valk, University of Greenwich, UK/ University of Applied Science, Netherlands, for their paper “Sustainability in Project Management. Case Study Philips GrownDownTown”

• The 2nd prize went to Ivonne Lange, WU, Vienna, for their paper “Consideration of sustainable development principles in process management”

• The 3rd prize went to Bianca van Es & Marjolein Jonker, University of Greenwich, UK, for their paper “Sustainability in Project Management: A case study at Landstede MBO, school of vocational learning”

Finally a big thank you to the jury!
The jury for the international student paper award’13 consisted of Prof. Constanta Bodea, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania, Prof. Laurence Lecoeuvre, SKEMA Business School, France, Prof. Lynn Crawford, Bond University, Australia, Prof. Pernille Eskerod, University of Southern Denmark, Prof. Gilbert Silvius, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands, Prof. Rodney Turner, SKEMA Business School, France and Ass. Prof. Dr. Martina Huemann, WU Vienna, Austria.

The call for the student paper award’14 will be out soon at (www.happyprojects.at)

happy projects`14 conference

The happy projects ’14 conference takes place 15th & 16th May 2014 at TechGate in Vienna, Austria.  The theme next year is "One Management: Integrating Process, Project & Change Management” with a wide variety of speeches, presentations and workshops offered on such topics as:

• Social system theory and constructivism: The theoretical basis for ONE management
• Sustainable development: The value for management
• Integration over time: Project initiation and project management
• Relationship between business analysis
• and project management
• Integration by programs, by networks of projects
• The Management Office: Strategies, structures, cultures

For more information please visit www.happyprojects.at !

 

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Endversion Agenda: 1st PMUni Workshop in Vienna
Published: April 29, 2013
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1st PMUni Workshop 2013: Vienna

Status: 24 April 2013

Date:   24 April 2013 from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Venue:   University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna

               Wohlmutstraße 22

               1020 Vienna

               Room: 101

Objectives

  • Information about PMUni for new potential PMUni partners
  • Information about new developments in project & process management education and research
  • Exchange of experiences, establishing cooperations, networking

Participants
  • Representatives of PMUni partners
  • Representatives of new potential PMUni partners
  • The participant list is attached
Registration

Tamara Wehrstein, PROJEKTMANAGEMENT GROUP, WU

Tel.: +43/1/31336-5533, e-mail: tamara.wehrstein@wu.ac.at

Schedule Morning Session

Time

 

Topic

 

Speaker

 

Institution

 

09.00 – 09.15

 

  • Introduction: Status of PMUni

     

Roland Gareis

 

PROJEKTMANAGEMENT GROUP

 

09.15 – 10.00

 

  • Getting to know each other

     

All

 

10.00 – 10.15

 

Break

 

10.15 – 12.15

 

Research & Education News

 

  • MSc in Business Administration and Economics Specialization within Change Management, University of Southern Denmark

     

Lise Lodsgård

 

University of Southern Denmark

 

  • The PM actions at SKEMA

     

Laurence Lecoeuvre

 

SKEMA Business School

 

  • Corporate standard of project management as part of the enterprise architecture (Software support)

     

Igor Ilyin, Olga Makarova

 

St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University

 


12.15 – 13.00

 

Lunch break

 

Schedule Afternoon Session

Time

 

Topic

 

 Speaker

 

Institution

 

13.00 – 14.30

 

  • Means of improving the impact of projects financed by the European Union

     

Ioana Muresan

 

Babes-Bolyai University

 

  • NTU Research Strategy for Project Management

     

AsbjØrn Rolstadås

 

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

 

  • Rethink!PSM:

     

Systemic constellation as method for stakeholder analyses

 

Martina Huemann, Binnur Ebru Fidan

 

PMG WU Vienna, University of Southern Denmark

 

14.30 – 14.45

 

 Coffee break

 

14.45 – 16.00

 

  • Matrix-based Project Planning & Risk Analysis Methods

     

Zsolt T. Kosztyán

 

University of Pannonia

 

  • Internationalization as an organization development project

     

Krisztina Tomcsányi

 

Corvinus School of Budapest

 

  • Integrating Process, Project, and Change Management – Role of the PMO

     

Karkukly Waffa, Roland Gareis

 

Global PMO Solutions

 

16.00 – 17.00

 

  • Board Meeting

     

PMUni Partners

 

19.00

 

 Cocktail@Haldis

 

 





Agenda 1st PMUni Workshop in Vienna
Published: April 10, 2013
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1st PMUni Workshop 2013: Vienna

Date:   24 April 2013 from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Venue:  University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna

              Wohlmutstraße 22

              1020 Vienna

 

              Room: 101

 

Objectives

 

·         Information about PMUni for new potential PMUni partners

 

·         Information about new developments in project & process management education and research

 

·         Exchange of experiences, establishing cooperations, networking

 

Participants

 

·         Representatives of PMUni partners

 

·         Representatives of new potential PMUni partners

 

·         The participant list is attached

 

Registration

 

Tamara Wehrstein, PROJEKTMANAGEMENT GROUP, WU

 

Tel.: +43/1/31336-5533, e-mail: tamara.wehrstein@wu.ac.at

Schedule Morning Session

 

 

Time

 

Topic

 

Speaker

 

Institution

 

09.00 – 09.15

 

  • Introduction: Status of PMUni

     

Roland Gareis

 

 

PROJEKTMANAGEMENT GROUP

 

 

09.15 – 10.00

 

  • Getting to know each other

     

All

 

 

10.00 – 10.15

 

Break

 

 

 

10.15 – 12.15

 

Research & Education News

 

 

  • Education at the University of Southern Denmark

     

 

 

Lise Lodsgaard

 

 

 

University of Southern Denmark

 

 

  • The PM actions at SKEMA

     

Lecoeuvre Laurance

 

SKEMA Business School

 

 

  • Project Management Issues of Engineering Companies Architecture

     

Igor Ilyin

 

St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University

 


12.15 – 13.00

 

Lunch break

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule Afternoon Session

 

 

 
Time

 

Topic

 

 Speaker

 

Institution

 

13.00 – 14.30

 

 

  • Means of improving the impact of projects financed by the European Union

     

 

Ioana Muresan

 

 

 

Babes-Bolyai University

 

 

  • A newly developed research strategy for the Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology at NTNU. How project management fits into that

     

Rolstadas AsbjØrn

 

 

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

 

 

  • Rethink!PSM:

     

Systemic constellation as method for stakeholder analyses

 

Martina Huemann, Binnur Ebru Fidan

 

PMG WU Vienna, University of Southern Denmark

 

 

14.30 – 14.45

 

 Coffee break

 

14.45 – 16.00

 

 

  • Matrix-based multiproject planning techniques

     

 

 

Zsolt T. Kosztyán

 

 

University of Pannonia

 

 

  • Internationalization as an organization development project

     

Krisztina Tomcsányi

 

Corvinus School of Budapest

 

 

  • Rethinking the PMO identity to improve the management quality of the POC

     

 

Karkukly Waffa

 

 

Global PMO Solutions

 

16.00 – 17.00

 

  • Board Meeting

     

PMUni Partners

 

19.00

 

 Cocktail@Haldis

 

 

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PMUni Newsletter 01/2013
Published: February 12, 2013
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PMUni Newsletter 01/2013

1. 2nd PMUni workshops 2012 in Utrecht
2. 1st PMUni workshop 2013 in Vienna
3. happy projects’13 events
4. International student paper award
 
2nd PMUni workshop 2012 in Utrecht, Netherlands

The 2nd PMUni workshop in 2012 took place at the University of Applied Sciences in Utrecht, Netherlands and was hosted by Gilbert Silvius. We thank the team of the University of Applied Sciences for organizing a successful and interesting PMUni workshop.


The morning session focused on project and process management education in different universities. After a short introduction from Gilbert Silvius the status of PMUni was presented by Roland Gareis. After that all participants introduced themselves and explained their role at their universities. The following topics were presented and discussed in detail:

  • Steven Nijhuis from the University of Applied Science Utrecht, Netherlands presented the results of his research about Developing project management competences
  • Andreas Nachgabauer from the University of Applied Science bfi Vienna, Austria informed talked about the new book on HRM in Project management and about a planned Erasmus IP
  • Eva Riis from the University of Southern Denmark informed about her research in Governance of projects
  • Zsolt T. Kosztyán from the University of Pannonia, Hungary presented Risk and Reliability Based Project Planning

At last the future of PMUni was discussed, proposals were made. It was decided that the University of Cluj and RGCresearch become new members of PMUni.

All presentations, the workshop agenda and the participants list from the PMUni homepage can be downloaded. (http://www.pmuni.net/index.php?categoryid=39&p13_sectionid=34)
 
1st PMUni workshop 2013 in Vienna

On 24th April 2013 the next PMUni workshop will take place in Vienna one day before the happy projects`13 conference. The venue will be the University of Applied Sciences bfi. We kindly invite you to both events and ask for presentations for the PMUni workshop.

The presentations planned shall relate

  • to general research and education news of the PMUni partners and
  • to the special topic of research-based project management (education)

For more information please visit www.pmuni.net !
If you are interested in joining the PMUni workshop please contact pia.weinzettl@wu.ac.at .

happy projects`13 events

The happy projects ’13 conference takes place from 25 - 26 April 2013 at Tech Gate in Vienna, Austria.  The conference focus on "Sustainable Management – Re-thinking Project, Process, & Change Management” with a wide variety of speeches, presentations and workshops offered on such topics as:

  •  A new paradigm: Sustainable management
  • Corporate governance in the project-oriented company
  • Considering sustainable development principles in project & process management
  • Sustainable changes by professional change management
  • Management for stakeholders versus management of stakeholder

For more information please visit www.happyprojects.at !

International student paper award

Within the happy projects`13 conference the international student paper award is organized. This award is a great opportunity for students to gain experience and to get recognition. 

Objectives of the student paper award

  • Promotion of process & project management research
  • Research contribution to sustainable management
  • Presentations of winning papers at the happy projects´13 conference: Sustainable Management – Re-thinking Project, Process & Change Management, April, 25 - 26 2013, in Vienna, Austria

International student paper award: Topics

  • A new paradigm: Sustainable management
  • Corporate governance in the project-oriented company
  • Considering sustainable development principles in project & process management
  •  Sustainable changes by professional change management
  • Management for stakeholder versus management of stakeholders
  • International student paper award: Dates
    • Abstract submission:                             January 7, 2013
    • Notification of acceptance:                   January 11, 2013
    • Full paper submission:                       February 20, 2013
    • Notification of winners:                          March 27, 2013
    • Participation happy projects’13:      April 25 – 26, 2013

Two-stage application process

  • The candidates submit the application form which includes an abstract.
  • After notification of acceptance the full paper is submitted.

Criteria for the evaluation of the papers

  • Contribution to the further development of process & project management
  • Originality and innovation of content
  • Master and PhD students (max. 6 months after graduation at time of abstract submission)
  • Papers must solely be written by one/two students
  • Max. 15 pages/A4 in English language
  • The paper must not have been published in scientific journals or at research conferences before

 

Jury

  • Prof. Constanta Bodea, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania.
  • Prof. Laurence Lecoeuvre, SKEMA Business School, France
  • Prof. Lynn Crawford, Bond University, Australia.
  • Prof. Pernille Eskerod, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark.
  • Dr. Martina Huemann, PROJEKTMANAGEMENT GROUP, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria.
  • Prof. Gilbert Silvius, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands.
  • Prof. Rodney Turner, SKEMA Business School, France.

Find more information on www.pmuni.net or www.happyprojects.at or contact pia.weinzettl@wu.ac.at !

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Final Agenda and Participant list of the 2nd PMUni Workshop in Utrecht
Published: December 19, 2012
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 Agenda of the 2nd PMUni Workshop in Utrecht 

Schedule: Friday, December 14th

PMUni meeting

Room: 1C1

Time

 

Topic

 

Speaker

 

Institution

 

09.00 – 09.15

 

  • Welcome

  • Introduction: Status of PMUni

     

Gilbert Silvius

Roland Gareis

Utrecht University Applied Sciences

WU Vienna
09.15 – 10.00
  • Getting to know each other
all

 

10.00 – 10.15 Break

 

 

10.15 – 12.00

 

 

PM Education & Research News

 

 

 

  • Research on learning of project management competences

  • Erasmus IP & HRM in Project management
Steven Nijhuis

Andreas Nachgabauer

Utrecht University Applied Sciences

Fachhochschule des bfi Wien Ges.m.b.H.
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch break

 

 

13.00 – 14.00

 

PM Education & Research News

 

 

 

  • Governance of projects

  • Risk and Reliability Based Project Planning
Eva Riis

 

Zsolt T. Kosztyán

University of Southern Denmark

University of Pannonia

14:00 – 15:00

 

  • The future of PMUni
Roland Gareis WU Vienna
15.00 – 15.15

 

  • Closing
Roland Gareis WU Vienna

 

 

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Call for partners for the international week of the University of Applied Science in Vienna
Published: December 19, 2012
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International Master Course Week „MANAGING INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS"

Call for project partners

Project context:

The City of Vienna, respectively its Municipal Department 23 for Economic Affairs, Labour and Statistics (MA 23), annually opens a call for proposals of Austrian Universities of Applied Sciences with regard to teaching and research projects.

This year’s call, deadline 19 March 2013, is open for the topic of ‘Internationalisation of teaching and research’. The UAS bfi Vienna intends to apply for funding (maximum 300.000 EUR) for the following project:

International Week for Master degree students:

- Content: "Managing international projects" (specific topics to be defined annually in the project consortium)

- Duration: 1 week per year in February, 2014-2016

- Course design: mix of theoretical inputs and project work, combined with virtual preparation and post-processing work. Course design to be specified with project partners. Main idea is to divide the international student group into small project teams of 4-6 people, becoming responsible for a work package of a project which will be sponsored/initiated by a real company.

- Prerequisite: minimum 3 ECTS in Project Management „? knowledge about PM methods, PM processes/phases.

- Learning outcomes e.g.:

o Ability to work in or to lead an international/intercultural project team (leading competency, team orientation)

o Ability to create a project handbook according to an international standard IPMA/ PMI (methodological competency)

o Ability to apply previously acquired PM methods in an international setting (application)

o Ability to communicate with stakeholders (communication skills)

How to become a project partner:

1. Sign a Letter of Intent stating your intention to become a partner in the funding project for the period 2013-2016 to provide the project with:

a. 1 Lecturer per year for the IW to teach/coach/accompany students

b. 3-5 Students per year for participation in the IW

c. (optionally: to provide funding for the students’ travel and subsistence costs)

Available funding:

- 75% funding for travel and subsistence costs of the lecturer, 25% paid by UAS bfi Vienna

- Remuneration for the lecturer for giving theoretical inputs/coaching activities tbc

- 75% funding for the IW programme (no costs for the courses and social events), 25% paid by UAS bfi Vienna

Costs:

- Travel and subsistence costs of students.

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Agenda - Workshop Utrecht 14th December 2012
Published: November 28, 2012
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Agenda for the Workshop on the 14th December in Utrecht 

Schedule: Friday, December 14th

PMUni meeting

Room: 1C1

Time

Topic

Speaker

Institution

09.00 – 09.15

 

  • Welcome

  • Introduction: Status of PMUni
Gilbert Silvius

Roland Gareis

Utrecht University Applied Sciences

WU Vienna

09.15 – 10.00

 

  • Getting to know each other

  • Introduction of potential
    PMUni partners
all

?

10.00 – 10.15

Break

10.15 – 12.00

 

PM Education & Research News

 

 

  • Research on learning of project management competences

  • Erasmus IP & HRM im Projektmanagement

Steven Nijhuis

Andreas Nachgabauer

Utrecht University Applied Sciences

Fachhochschule des bfi Wien Ges.m.b.H.

12.00 – 13.00

Lunch break

13.00 – 14.00

 

PM Education & Research News

 

  • Governance of projects

  • Titel ???

Eva Riis

 Marta Maciaszek

University of Southern Denmark

??

14:00 – 15:00

  • The future of PMUni

Roland Gareis

WU Vienna

15.00 – 15.15

  • Closing

Roland Gareis

WU Vienna

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