IPMA Research Conferences aim to bring all researchers, experts, scholars and practitioners together to discuss and exchange research achievement and ideas on the topic of research and practice. The Research Management Board also hopes that these research conferences will enable IPMA Member Association to cooperate globally in future research.
2017, SOUTH COREA. “PROJECT SUCCESS”.
2016, REYKJAVIK, ICELAND. “PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY”.
Сonference site: http://ipmaresearch2016.com/
The 4th IPMA Research Confhttp://ipmaresearch2016.com/erence will take place on the September 15th – 16th 2016 in Reykjavik, Iceland. The theme of this Conference will be “Project management and sustainability.”
It will be Co-hosted by Verkefnastjórnunarfélag Íslands (Project Management Association of Iceland) and Reykjavik University. The design of the IPMA Research Conference again allows for a maximum of interaction and exchange between researchers, experts, scholars and practitioners.
The venue for the 4th IPMA Research Conference is Nautholl cafe, conference facilities and restaurant in the heart of Reykjavik.
We are hopeful that a group of enthusiastic international practitioners and scholars will summon in Reykjavik for the conference for intensive discussions about these important questions, and hopefully produce some interesting outcomes that will be useful for project management as a discipline in the coming years.
The number of participants in the Research Conference will be limited to 60 participants.
See also: Program
Photos of Research Management Board Sustainability Conference
Video “Sustainable Project Management” by Professor Gilbert Silvius
Video “Exploring program management competences for various program types” by Maxim Miterev
Video “Project Benefit Management” by Professor Ofer Zwikael
Video ” Sustainable Project Outcomes” by Michael Young, Vice President of Research at Green Project Management
The IPMA 4th Annual Research conference included a field trip dedicated to technological, social, and touristic interests. Absolutely fascinating! Photos of Field Trip http://bit.ly/2d922Jy
Enjoy video of the IPMA field trip to explore local developments in project management and themes of sustainability — accompanied by local Icelandic music. (Be patient while loading.) http://bit.ly/2fwsqTj
2015, Stellenbosch, South-Africa. “Project Management in Emerging Economies – Practice meets Research”.
The 3rd IPMA Research Conference will take place on the 25th and 26th of November 2015 at SPIER Estate, Stellenbosch, South Africa. It will be Co-hosted by University of Johannesburg, University of Pretoria and University of Stellenbosch Business School. The main theme is “Project Management in Emerging Economies”. The theme addresses the increasing demand of management approaches for projects, programs and portfolios in emerging economies, including but not limited to Africa, Asia and Latin America. The design of the IPMA Research Conference again allows for a maximum of interaction and exchange between researchers, experts, scholars and practitioners. The proceedings will be published next year.
See also: | Invitation to the conference and a program
2014, Tianjing, China. “How to make the Research Meet the Need of Practice”
Monday and Tuesday, 1st-2nd, Dec., 2014, The Business School of Nankai University, Tianjing, China
We invite all researchers, experts, scholars and practitioners who are interested in “How to make the Research Meet the Need of Practice in PM” to attend the conference. We encourage all our MAs to organize a delegate or send some ones to attend this research conference. We also invite people who will attend the Asia Pacific Congress on Project Management 2014 being held by PMRC China, apfpm and IPMA on 29th and 30th in Bejing — official English website. It is only half hour by the high speed train from Beijing to Tianjin. And we will help our participants to transport to the hotel for our second research conference in Tianjin.
See also: | Invitation and Call for Papers
2013, Berlin Germany. “Theory Meets Practice in Projects”
The German Project Management Association (GPM) hosted the 1st IPMA Research Conference 26 through 28 November in Berlin. About 80 people from 22 countries attended this conference dedicated to the topic of “Theory meets practice in projects”.
The distinctive feature of this conference was the intensive dialogue between theory and practice which can neither be found at scientific conferences nor at professional conferences. Practitioners were encouraged to share their experiences in practice together with requirements to researchers, who shared their knowledge of theoretical foundations for managing projects in various contexts.
By Reinhard Wagner
International Correspondent for PM World Journal