Research on the Governance of Interorganizational Project Networks
Raimonda Alonderienė, PhD, is professor at ISM University of Management and Economics in Lithuania. She has published a number of articles and chapters in a number of books within the field of human resources management and leadership, learning and project leadership.
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Alfredas Chmieliauskas, PhD (Computer Networks and Systems), co-founder (1999) and president (2014-2018) of ISM University of Management and Economics, co-founder (2004) and president (2004-2015) of Lithuanian Project Management Association, first national assessor appointed by IPMA (2014), IPMA-A certified (2015). His research interests include project, program and portfolio management, as well as system and process modeling.
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Nathalie Drouin, PhD, MBA, L.L.B is the Executive Director of KHEOPS, an International Research Consortium on the Governance of Large Infrastructure Projects, the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, a full professor, Department of Management and Technology, School of Management at Université du Québec at Montreal (ESG UQAM), Adjunct Professor (Honorary Appointment) at University of Technology, Sydney, Australia and Associate Researcher, ENAP, Canada. She is a former Associate Dean, Research at ESG UQAM and a former Director of the Graduate Project Management Programs, ESG UQAM. She teaches initiation and strategic management of projects in the Graduate Project Management Programs.
Her research has been funded by various research councils. The result of her work has been published in major academic journals and presented at several international conferences. She is looking at organizational project management, leadership issues, infrastructures and organizational capabilities within project context.
Drouin is a member of the PMI Insight Academic Group. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Logistics and Transportation Metropolitan Cluster of Montreal (CARGO M), an Audit Committee Member of Parks Canada Agency Audit Committee, Government of Canada.
Prof. Ralf Müller, Prof. Shankar Sankaran and Prof Drouin have recently won the following awards: 2019 Walt Lipke Project Governance and Control Excellence Award for the following paper: Müller, R., Sankaran, S., Drouin, N. (2019) A Model of Organizational Project Management and its Validation Project and Program Symposium Vol.2 Edition 1. 17 October p.5-20 and 2019 International Project Management Association IPMA Research Award for the research work: Müller, R., Drouin, N., Sankaran, S. (2018) Balancing Person-Centric and Team-Centric Leadership in Projects. White Paper, Project Management Institute.
Yongjian Ke, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in Project Management in the School of Built Environment at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) in Australia, and Adjunct Professor at Chang’an University in China. He is currently the Acting Director of postgraduate Project Management programs at UTS.
His research interests fall into project delivery and management, contracting behaviours, social acceptance and sustainability of urban infrastructures including transport, aged care, smart cities. He has produced more than 100 academic publications that have been cited more than 3700 times and yield an h-index of 28 on Google Scholar.
He can be reached at Yongjian.Ke@uts.edu.au.
Inga Minelgaite, PhD, is an Associate Professor at the School of Business, University of Iceland and Head of the Institute for Project Management. Her main field of research is cross-cultural leadership and leadership in project management.
Inga has published a number of articles, book chapters, and written a book on leadership in Iceland ‘Demystifying leadership in Iceland’. She is one of the leaders of global FEELS (Follower endorsed effective leadership and sustainability) research network.
She has more than 15 years of middle and top management experience in various business sectors in multiple countries.
Ralf Müller, DBA, MBA, PMP, is Professor of Project Management at BI Norwegian Business School, Adjunct Professor at University of Technology Sydney, and at Dalian University of Technology in China. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Project Management Journal® and a Fellow of the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Ralf lectures and researches worldwide in leadership, governance, and organizational project management. His research work appeared in more than 250 academic publications and was acknowledged by PMI, IPMA, Emerald and others with 14 awards in the last 14 years, including several life-time achievement awards.
Before joining academia, he spent 30 years in the industry consulting with large enterprises and governments in more than 50 different countries for better project management and governance. Projects he worked on span from small up to USD 5 billion in value. He also held related line management positions, such as the Worldwide Director of Project Management at NCR Corporation.
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Margarita Pilkienė, MSc, scholary practitioner in ISM University of Management and Economics in Lithuania. She has published a number of articles and chapters in a number of books within the field of organizational behavior, human resources management and leadership, as well as project leadership.
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Saulius Šimkonis, PhD, “Project management” module director at Executive School in ISM University of Management and Economics. He is a certified IPM-A, Project Management Professional (PMP), PRINCE2 Practitioner and chartered IPMA Assessor in Lithuania. His fields of research, consulting and training are experience transfer and lessons learned in projects, governance of projects, programmes and portfolios, balanced leadership, vertical and horizontal leadership in projects.
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Anne Live Vaagaasar, PhD, is Associate Professor of Leadership and Organization at the Department of Leadership and Organization at BI Norwegian Business School. She has published a number of books and research articles within the field of temporary and project based organizing. Her research focuses on time, temporality, collaboration, routine, governance and knowledge work.
Linzhuo Wang, PhD, is Postdoctoral Researcher at the School of Economics and Management, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian China. He has published more than 10 research articles and book chapters within the field of temporary organizing. His research focuses on organizational resilience, project governance, and leadership.
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Fangwei Zhu, PhD, is a Professor and Dean of School of Economics and Management, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China. He is the Director of Institute of Enterprises Management in DUT. He is also the Executive Director of China Management Case Sharing Center. He conducts researches in organizational project management, network governance, and EPC project management. The results of his studies appeared in more than 60 publications, including 6 books, and 6 Top-100 Chinese Management Cases in six consecutive years.