Project Management Journal
© Project Management Institute, Inc.
Edited By: Hans Georg Gemünden
Impact Factor: 1.143
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 98/185 (Management)
Online ISSN: 1938-9507
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Project Management Journal recognized in the 2011 Apex Awards for Publishing Excellence
Project Management Journal has been recognized by peers in the publishing industry with an APEX 2011 Award of Excellence in the category of Print: Magazine & Journal.
APEX 2011, the 23rd Annual Awards for Publication Excellence, is an international competition sponsored by the editors of Writing That Works: The Business Communications Report. Since 1988, APEX Awards have recognized outstanding publications throughout the communication and publishing industry.
This year, awards were given in 130 communication categories under 11 main headings, including newsletters; magazines and journals; annual reports; brochures, Web and intranet sites; one-of-a-kind publications and more.
According to the APEX judges, “the awards were based on excellence in graphic design, editorial content and the success of the entry -- in the opinion of the judges -- in achieving overall communications effectiveness and excellence.”
Call for Papers: Megaprojects
The Project Management Journal invites authors to submit papers for a special issue focusing on an investigation of megaprojects as symbols. Flyvbjerg identifies fours causes or “sublimes” that seduce decision makers to undertake megaprojects. We would like authors to submit papers about megaprojects that can be considered as symbols in these four sublimes—political, technological, economical, and aesthetic. We also want authors to take an organizational theory perspective in their papers.
Guest Editors: Professor Jonas Söderlund, Department of Leadership and Organizational Behaviour, Norwegian Business School, Oslo, Norway; Professor Shankar Sankaran, Organizational Project Management, School of the Built Environment, University of Technology Sydney, Australia and Dr. Christopher Biesenthal, Senior Lecturer, Construction Project Management, School of the Built Environment, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Submission Due Date: An extended abstract of 2,000 words, including a tentative title, aim, and nature of the submission (conceptual or empirical) should be submitted to one of the editors by the end of December 2015 for consideration