Project Management Journal®

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Editor-in-Chief Ralf Müller

Prof. Ralf Müller, DBA, MBA, is Professor of Project Management at BI Norwegian Business School, Adjunct Professor at University of Technology Sydney, and at Dalian University of Technology in China. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Project Management Journal and a Fellow of both the Project Management Institute (PMI), and the Centre of Excellence of Project Management.

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  • 21st-Century General-Purpose Technologies and the Future of Project Management member content locked

    By John Steen, Gary Klein and Jason Potts General-purpose technologies (GPTs), also known as platform technologies, are catalysts for major changes in economic activity.

  • The Expectations of Project Managers from Artificial Intelligence member content locked

    By Vered Holzmann, Daniel Zitter and Sahar Preshkess Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are rapidly developing these days and are expected to impact the field of project management on multiple levels.

  • Reference Class Forecasting and Machine Learning for Improved Oil and Gas Megaproject Planning member content locked

    By Ananth Natarajan This article develops and describes rigorous oil and gas project forecasting methods.

  • Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in the Complex Environment of Megaprojects member content locked

    By Sachindra Chamode Wijayasekera, Syed Hussain, Amrit Paudel, Bhuwan Paudel, John Steen , Rehan Sadiq and Kasun Hewage This article articulates the prospect of improving megaproject execution and performance via digital project delivery.

  • Digital Technologies in Built Environment Projects member content locked

    By Eleni Papadonikolaki, Ilias Krystallis and Bethan Morgan Through a systematic literature review we explore how digital technologies reshape and catalyze digital innovations in the built environment—a highly project-based setting.

  • Mobilizing Megaproject Narratives for External Stakeholders member content locked

    By Johan Ninan and Natalya Sergeeva In this research, we explore how narratives are mobilized through narrative instruments and processes using the case study of the High Speed Two (HS2) megaproject in the United Kingdom.


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