Project Management Journal
The peer-refereed academic and research publication of PMI, Project Management Journal® features state-of-the-art management techniques, research, theories and applications. It addresses the broad interests of the project management profession, and maintains an editorial balance of content about research, technique, theory and practice.
The Journal's international and multi-disciplinary review team ensures continued standards of excellence in terms of quality of content and reputation among the academic community. The audience for this publication includes project practitioners, academics, executives, business leaders and other individuals who seek to further their project management skills and practices.
The Journal encourages submissions from researchers addressing the art and science of project, program and portfolio management according to an inter-disciplinary perspective.
Project Management Journal is published by John Wiley & Sons in partnership with PMI. The Journal publishes six times per year: February/March, April/May, June/July, August/September, October/November, and December/January.
In the current issue of PMJ
The Effect of Optimism Bias on the Decision to Terminate Failing Projects
Werner G. Meyer
Managing Structural and Dynamic Complexity: A Tale of Two Projects
Tim Brady and Andrew Davies
Ethics, Trust, and Governance in Temporary Organizations
Ralf Müller, Rodney Turner, Erling S. Andersen, Jingting Shao, and Øyvind Kvalnes
Value Management for Exploration Projects
Rémi Maniak, Christophe Midler, Sylvain Lenfle, and Marie Le Pellec-Dairon
Risk Management in Project Portfolios Is More Than Managing Project Risks: A Contingency Perspective on Risk Management
Juliane Teller, Alexander Kock, and Hans Georg Gemünden
Developing a Framework for Embedding Useful Project Management Improvement Initiatives in Organizations
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Gabriela Fernandes, Stephen Ward, and Madalena Araújo
The Journal's mission is to address the broad interests of the project management profession and maintain an editorial balance of content about research, technique, theory, and practice.
Readers will enjoy the following benefits of accessing the Journal online:
- Basic and advanced search features
- Ability to browse issue by table of contents
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- Citation search and citation tracking
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Submitting to the Project Management Journal
Articles submitted to the Journal are double-blind reviewed. Please see the Project Management Journal editorial guidelines for further information.