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Project Management Assets and Project Management Performance: Preliminary Findings
The objective of this research is to examine the degree of competitive advantage from project management assets by exploring the link between the characteristics of project management assets as independent variables and ...
Looking again at current practice in project management
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to report the findings of a survey designed to: capture the “real world” experiences of people active in project management (PM) in Australia, Canada and the UK; determine the extent ...
Applying for Grants and Conducting Research: The Tortoise Approach
This workshop proposal is geared for CCSBE attendees interested in discussions on strategies to improve their approach to grant proposal applications and build a research community. The presentation discusses a) The ...
Online Course Innovations: The "Great Debate" & "MBA Orientation"
The MBA Orientation has undergone dramatic changes to better meet new students' needs in an online environment. "The Great Debate" has also been introduced as an online activity in some of the MBA courses. Both innovations ...
Mutual Caring-Resolving Habituation through Awareness: Supporting Meaningful Learning from Projects
(Project Management Journal, 2014-04)
This study used Grounded Theory methodology and developed an emergent theory of Mutual Caring. The main concern was Habituation to ineffective lessons learned sharing practices. Habituation is resolved through Mutual Caring, ...
Debate as a Teaching Strategy in Online Education: A Case Study
(Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 2011-09)
This reflective case study was based on our independent use of the debate as an online instructional approach and our shared interest in instructional techniques. Using narrative inquiry, we melded our data sources to ...
“Breaking the rules”: A reflective processual analysis of multidisciplinary academic collaboration.
(Transformative Dialogues: Teaching & Learning Journal, 2013-04)
Three academics from different fields collaborated on a study in which we reflected on our group involvement. Although we originally worked together to provide our different perspectives on how to use debates in online ...