9th International Megaprojects “Theory Meets Practice” Workshop
The John Grill Institute for Project Leadership hosted the 9th International Megaprojects “Theory Meets Practice” Workshop on Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 April. Over 50 invited participants from around the world attended – including global scholars and leading industry practitioners.
The event discussed how, in a world beget by grand challenges from climate change, social inequality to polarised politics and biodiversity loss, it has become increasingly difficult for infrastructure development projects to progress unless they attend to wider social and environmental concerns. Some of the debates centred on megaproject governance and societal value production, integration and adaption of megaprojects to megaprograms, collaborative practices and collaboration drivers in a competitive world. For more information on our megaprojects event please click below.
The event sparked interesting debate and has fostered ongoing dialogue amongst the academic community, as well as provided the opportunity to share new trends with industry practitioners and listen to the current concerns in the industry.
Day two of the 9th International Megaprojects “Theory Meets Practice” Workshop is underway. We welcome all of the leading scholars and industry practitioners attending. #JGIPL
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— John Grill Institute for Project Leadership (@grill_institute) April 3, 2023
Following our panel sessions, we welcome int. scholars to the paper development workshop held by @grill_institute. Draft papers will be workshopped for the special issue of California Management Review on Project-based Capital Investment: Value Creation and Value Distribution. pic.twitter.com/Ua2wZkY6zI
— John Grill Institute for Project Leadership (@grill_institute) April 4, 2023
Really enjoyed the discussion – great moderating @PeterColacino https://t.co/ujKAZruds2
— Romilly Madew AO FTSE HonFIEAust (@RomillyMadew) April 3, 2023