Project Management Industry talk by Prof. Hans Georg Gemünden

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USYD CBD Campus

Level 17, Lecture Room 1

133 Castlereagh Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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The Project Management Programs at the University of Sydney (USYD) and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) are pleased to invite you to a talk by Prof. Hans Georg Gemünden on:

Success Factors in Project Portfolio Management

Prof. Gemünden will share his international experience in Innovation and Portfolio Management with both academics and industry practitioners addressing the questions: What Have we Learned in the last 15 Years?

As an applied empirical researcher Prof. Gemünden has worked in close cooperation with industry, which has resulted in important evidence-based insights for industry, highly cited publications for the scientific community, and significant funding for academic institutions. He will share some case studies of his collaborative research which could hold important lessons and implications for PM practice.

Prof Gemünden is in Australia for the PMI Australia Conference (PMIAC19, Gold Coast, 27-28 May 2019). His visit is a unique collaboration between University of Sydney, Monash University, RMIT University, Swinburne University of Technology, University of Technology Sydney and The University of Queensland who have co-sponsored his trip.


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Prof. Gemünden is an internationally recognized authority on Innovation and Portfolio Management and was the Editor-in-Chief of the PMI’s Project Management Journal until recently. He is a Professor at the Berlin University of Technology and past Chair for Technology and Innovation Management. He was the Director of the Institute for Applied Management Science and Corporate Strategy of the University of Karlsruhe between 1988 to 2000, and the Dean of his former Faculty of Economics and Business Administration from 1990-1992.

Prof. Gemünden was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Kiel in 2004 . He was Vice Dean of the Faculty for Management and Economics of the University of Technology of Berlin and between 2004 and 2007 he was responsible for the Industrial Engineering Program Wirtschaftsingenieur, introducing five new Bachelor and nine new Master programs. The Industrial Engineering Program is the largest teaching program at the TU Berlin, involving six of its seven Faculties. Since 2013 he is a director of the Academic Senate of TU Berlin.

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USYD CBD Campus

Level 17, Lecture Room 1

133 Castlereagh Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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