Call for Papers – Special Collection: Project Leadership in a Changing World
As we face a changing world, we need to think differently about projects and their leadership. This special collection titled “Project Leadership in a Changing World” is an opportunity to examine the perspectives on leadership that are important to positively intervening in a changing world.
John Grill Institute Spring Newsletter – October 2022
2022 has been a busy time as the Institute continues transitioning to its new home alongside the School of Project Management in the Faculty of Engineering.
Anna Kadefors: Collaboration and Contracts in Projects
The Faculty of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series continued with the School of Project Management welcoming Professor Anna Kadefors from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
Marina van der Walt: Trends and Insights and Associated Reforms for NSW Infrastructure Projects
The John Grill Institute for Project Leadership’s Infrastructure in a Changing World talks series continued on Wednesday August 24 with the visit of Head of Assurance at Infrastructure New South Wales, Marina Van Der Walt.
Industrial decarbonisation expert Nashwan Dawood visits SoPM
Professor Dawood discussed the university’s decarbonisation agenda and his expertise in sustainable infrastructure, carbon reduction in construction, housing and engineering.
Projects as Interventions in Infrastructure Systems
On 21 June 2022, the Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation at Imperial College London and the John Grill Institute for Project Leadership at the University of Sydney co-hosted a workshop on the need to see projects as interventions in wider systems, and the implications of such a mindset shift.
School of Project Management retreat
On Thursday 23 June the School of Project Management and John Grill Institute for Project Leadership undertook a school retreat.
The day was used to reflect on the needs of students and staff and develop a strategic future plan.
Making futures that matter? Three things managers can do to make better futures, when working online
As video conferencing becomes more central to work in organisations, managers need to improve the quality of discussions to make futures that matter. Doing so online is more difficult to organise and vulnerable to excluding relevant expertise.
Professor Stewart Clegg wins Best Book Award at EURAM 2022
The School of Project Management and John Grill Institute for Project Leadership’s Professor Stewart Clegg has been honoured at the European Academy of Management 2022 conference in Winterthur, Switzerland.
2022 International Symposium: Call for Submissions
The John Grill Institute for Project Leadership at the University of Sydney’s School of Project Management is calling for submissions for our November 2022 online symposium on ‘Project Leadership in a Changing World’.
Profile: Julien Pollack
Associate Professor Julien Pollack started working in project management in the Australian public sector delivering organizational change projects, where he completed an Action Research Ph.D. This research won national and …
Profile: Jennifer Whyte
Professor Jennifer Whyte is Head of the School of Project Management, in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Sydney, and Director of the John Grill Institute for Project …
Transitioning from passive to active learning: Preparing future project leaders
Project Leadership and Society | December, 2021
Project Productivity report
Corporate Entrepreneurship as a Learning Process: Development of New Capabilities
Entrepreneurship Research Journal | August, 2021
A social network framework for stakeholder engagement analysis
PMI Australia Conference | 2017
Metro infrastructure planning in Amsterdam: how are social issues managed in the absence of environmental and social impact assessment?
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal | March, 2020
Data Science and Artificial Intelligence in Project Management: The Past, Present and Future
The Journal of Modern Project Management | January, 2020
Limitations of Technical Approaches to Transport Planning Practice in Two Cases: Social Issues as a Critical Component of Urban Projects
Planning Theory & Practice | December, 2019
Why and how do project management offices change? A structural analysis approach
International Journal of Project Management | July, 2018
Exploring the dynamics of project management office and portfolio management co-evolution: A routine lens
International Journal of Project Management | January, 2018
An Investigation of Corporate Approaches to Sustainability in the Construction Industry
Procedia Engineering | May, 2017
The Role of Social Networks Theory and Methodology for Project Stakeholder Management
Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences | July, 2016
Grasping the dynamics of co-evolution between PMO and PfM: A box changing multilevel exploratory research grounded in a routine perspective
The Journal of Modern Project Management | May, 2022
Intelligent timetable evaluation using fuzzy AHP
Expert Systems with Applications | April, 2011