The internationalisation of project management research: implications for higher education and professional practice
This study aims to investigate how the internationalisation of project management (PM) research has been reflected in the delivery of higher education programmes in the UK and the resultant implications for cross-border project practitioners. The researchers want to understand how often current students and recent graduates of higher education project management courses and project management practitioners and higher education lecturers read and use the outputs of international project management research.
When referring to project management research this includes peer-reviewed journal articles, professional and statutory body reports, laws and legislation, conference proceedings, and theses and dissertations. In addition, when referring to international research, we mean literature arising from investigative projects published by authors affiliated to research institutions outside England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. We would like to hear from you if you are interested in project management, regardless of how, where, or when you studied, practised, or taught it. The research will primarily take place via a survey so please look out for this via our research and student newsletters.
You can contact the research lead Dr Allan Osborne.