Greater attention is needed on the humanitarian dimensions, uses and applications of projects and project management. Researchers can provide relevant evidence-based information to empower practitioners, and Project Management Research and Practice has been conceived, developed and published to do this. Research papers, practitioner articles, and other high quality submissions will be published to contribute to the broader conversation of how projects and their management can affect meaningful, socially-responsible change in support of public priorities. Topics will include-but not limited to-climate change, health and well-being, education, sustainable consumption, smart cities and renewable energy. 

 

 

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Vol 5 (2018): Jan-Dec

Published: 2019-01-30

Educating for Change

Ian Brooks, Mario Kossmann, Virginie Kossmann

Article ID 5869

The First World Trade Center Project: A Historical Tribute to a Great Mega Project

Vered Holzmann, Donald Olson, Randall Vendetti, Aaron Shenhar

Article ID 5648

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