The theme of the 8th IPMA Research Conference, “Projects as arena for self-organizing” addresses the increasing interest in the subject of self-organizing in and through projects. Agile approaches build on or value the willingness and the capabilities of individuals and teams to self-organize in projects. Projects are seen as the arena for self-organizing. It is often argued that millennials are increasingly interested in work autonomy and self-organizing through projects to fulfill their expectations in the workspace. However, what does that mean for organizational structures, processes, cultures and leadership? What is the motivation of individuals to perform activities, to engage with others and organizations in order to get things done? Which kind of leadership supports self-organizing in projects and how do we achieve the changes necessary from the traditional set-up towards new ways of leading? Is self-organizing in projects perceived as traditional work, or is it an individual’s “Vita Activa”? What have disciplines like Natural Sciences, Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology and Management to offer in this respect? What are cultural limitations and potentials regarding self- organizing in projects and how do we deal with them? There are certainly more questions and aspects that will be dealt with in preparing and conducting the 8th IPMA Research Conference. The conference itself is a kind of an endeavour, an arena for self-organizing, sense-making, strategizing and theorizing…
Originally, the idea was to bring the IPMA Research Conference back to Berlin, Germany. However, due to the pandemic in 2020, the IPMA decided to turn this conference into a virtual one.
Meet the 2020 winners and join the virtual IPMA Global Awards Ceremony 2020 on 31st October
Date: 31st October
Time: 13:00- 14:30 CET
To register go to: http://bpw.ipma.world/awards/
We invite you to an amazing annual global event where IPMA for the 19th time will award outstanding project management achievements. Exceptional projects, Project Managers and Researchers in the field of project management will be presented and awarded.
Due to travel restrictions, this year’s Awards Ceremony will be organized in the form of a television show. The event will be hosted by a well-known speaker and will include finalist project presentations and films, explanations from the various international panel of judges, and numerous statements by IPMA representatives.
Meet the winners and meet the judges
Save the date in your agenda and see what practices the best-managed projects in the world use, what contributed to their success, what challenges they faced, and what results they achieved.
In the Awards Ceremony, awards will be handed out in the following categories:
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