About the Journal
Organisational Project Management will publish peer reviewed scholarly articles - qualitative, quantitative and mixed-methods research papers as well as theoretical and exploratory papers - covering the many and varied aspects of organisational project management. In order to link theory with practice it also publishes original and innovative practice papers which are reviewed for relevance to practitioners by members of the editorial board. From time to time the journal also publishes opinion pieces on contemporary issues or topics of interest to its readers and book reviews. Since the journal is published online it is able to incorporate multimedia content in its publications.
The journal aims to cover all aspects of organisational project management including (but not limited to) linking strategy to projects, change management, governance, leadership, innovation, project marketing, maturity models, and also how projects are managed in different types of organizations such as private, public and community organizations.
Although the journal 'Organisational Project Management' (OPM) is being published for the first time in 2014 it is an evolution from its predecessor 'The Journal of Project Program and Portfolio Management' (JPPPM) which started its publication in 2010 as the first Open Source Journal in Project Management by the UTSe-Press.