21.03.2024 Author: IPMA Awards

IPMA Research Achievement Award Winner 2024

IPMA Research Awards judges selected the IPMA Global Research Achievement Award Winner 2024. This prestigious award was presented to Professor Graham M Winch. The award judges decided to reward his lifetime achievements, including research, academics, and business management.

Dr. Graham M Winch is Professor of Project Management at Alliance Manchester Business School since 2004. He has run construction projects and researched various aspects of innovation and project management across a wide variety of engineering sectors. He was until recently Academic Director for Executive Education at AMBS, including accountability for project leadership programmes such as Managing Projects for BP, and Leading Complex Projects Programmes and Portfolios programme for BAE Systems. He works closely with the Association for Project Management on thought leadership for the future of the profession.

Most recently, he authored Managing Construction Projects (2nd ed. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), co-authored Strategic Project Organizing (Oxford University Press, 2022), and co-edited the Research Handbook on Complex Project Organizing (Edward Elgar, 2023). In a distinguished career, he has published over 60 refereed journal articles complemented by over 30 book chapters, and numerous conference papers, and research reports. He is currently an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Project Management, particularly responsible for the Essays collection.

Graham’s current research focuses on the role of owners as investors in, and operators of, economic infrastructure in collaboration with the Institution of Civil Engineer’s Project 13 initiative, and on construction productivity funded by Economic and Social Research Council’s The Productivity Institute focused on new build housing and major infrastructure.

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