31.05.2022 Author: Kasia Deja

IPMA Research Achievement Award Winner 2022

IPMA Research Awards judges selected the IPMA Global Research Achievement Awards Winner 2022. This prestigious award was presented to Professor Ralf Müller. The Award Judges decided to reward his lifetime achievements including research, academic and business management.

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 for Excellence in Project Management. Ralf Müller lectures and researches worldwide in leadership, governance, and organizational project management. His research, concepts, and theories appeared in almost 300 academic publications and was acknowledged by IPMA, PMI, Emerald and others with many awards, including several lifetime achievement awards. A recent study by Stanford University identified him as among of the top 2% of the most influential scientists worldwide. Before joining academia, he spent 30 years in the industry consulting with large enterprises and governments in more than 50 different countries for better project management and governance. Projects he worked on span from small up to USD 5 billion in value. He also held related line management positions, such as the Worldwide Director of Project Management at NCR Corporation.

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