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Page contents

  1.  Information on submitting a paper for double blind peer review and publication.
  2.  Information on the Walt Lipke award.
  3.  Publication index.
  4.  Papers accepted for publication in the next PGCAR.
  5.  Index of published papers sorted by title.
  6.  Index of lead authors sorted by surname.
  7. To submit a conference presentation, visit our Symposium web site.



 


 

PGCAR-Image.jpgPublication Index

Sorted by year of publication.

2020 - see pre-press listing for accepted papers for our 2020 edition

2019 edition: The Project Governance and Controls Annual Update

2017-18 edition: The Project Governance & Controls Annual Update

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Pre-press Index

Papers selected for publication the 2020 PGCAR - Sorted by title. Publication due October 2020. 

 

Papers will be published here after review. 

 


 

Published Paper Index

Sorted by title. 

 

A framework to manage uncertainty in early planning of projects, an ICT project
Dr Saeed Shalbafan & Kim Ballestrin
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
 

A Model for Organizational Project Management and its Validation
Professors Shankar Sankaran, Ralf Müller & Nathalie Drouin
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR, Walt Liple Award winner

Benefits Realisation Management Practices: Are they worthy?
Troy Allen, Saeed Munir.
Published 2018 Edition PGCAR.

Exploring Project Teams’ Collaborative Behaviours in Hong Kong’s Relational Contracting Projects
Dr. Shoeb Ahmed Memon, Professor Steve Rowlinson
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
  

Failure of Public Sector Programs; A Framework to Manage Success Criteria
P.G.R. Slay, A. Abbasi, A. Imran, C.K. Lee. 
Published 2017 Edition PGCAR, Walt Lipke Award winner.
 

For Boards and their ‘Accidental Sponsors’: 6 guiding questions to implement Policy, Strategy and create value through projects
Dr Raymond Young, Dr Vedran Zerjav
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
   

Handling Uncertainties and Preparing for the Unexpected in Real-life Project Scheduling
Ripon K Chakrabortty,  Alireza Abbasi  and  Michael J. Ryan.
Published 2018 Edition PGCAR.

How an Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO) can enhance organisational performance through the right members?
Mozhgan Pakdaman, Vahid Dokhtzeynal, Alireza Abbasi, Ripon K. Chakrabortty
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
  

Implementing Strategy through P3M and Benefits Management - A Case Study of the Defence Science and Technology Group
Raymond Young,  Roger Vodicka  and  Richard Bartholomeusz.
Published 2017 Edition PGCAR

Management of the Defence Science and Technology Research Portfolio in a Dynamic Strategic Environment
Roger Vodicka,  Richard Bartholomeusz,  Donald Lowe
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR

Project Benefits Realization- Academics’ Aspiration or Practitioners’ Nightmare
Munir Ahmad Saeed, Dr Alireza Abbasi, Dr Tahmina Rashid
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
    

Strategic management of the Defence S&T Portfolio: Are we there yet?
Raymond Young,  Roger Vodicka  and  Richard Bartholomeusz.
Published 2018 Edition PGCAR, Walt Lipke Award winner.
 

The Nexus of Definitions and Understandings in Complex Defence Procurements
Dr Melinda Swift
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
   


 

Published Author Index

Sorted by lead author's surname.
 

Benefits Realisation Management Practices: Are they worthy?
Troy Allen, Saeed Munir.
Published 2018 Edition PGCAR.
 

Handling Uncertainties and Preparing for the Unexpected in Real-life Project Scheduling
Ripon K Chakrabortty,  Alireza Abbasi  and  Michael J. Ryan.
Published 2018 Edition PGCAR.
  

Exploring Project Teams’ Collaborative Behaviours in Hong Kong’s Relational Contracting Projects
Dr. Shoeb Ahmed Memon, Professor Steve Rowlinson
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
  

How an Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO) can enhance organisational performance through the right members?
Mozhgan Pakdaman, Vahid Dokhtzeynal, Alireza Abbasi, Ripon K. Chakrabortty
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
  

Project Benefits Realization- Academics’ Aspiration or Practitioners’ Nightmare
Munir Ahmad Saeed, Dr Alireza Abbasi, Dr Tahmina Rashid
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
    

A Model for Organizational Project Management and its Validation
Professors Shankar Sankaran, Ralf Müller & Nathalie Drouin
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR, Walt Liple Award winner
   

A framework to manage uncertainty in early planning of projects, an ICT project
Dr Saeed Shalbafan & Kim Ballestrin
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
 

Failure of Public Sector Programs; A Framework to Manage Success Criteria
P.G.R. Slay, A. Abbasi, A. Imran, C.K. Lee.  
Published 2017 Edition PGCAR, Walt Lipke Award winner.
  

The Nexus of Definitions and Understandings in Complex Defence Procurements
Dr Melinda Swift
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
   

Implementing Strategy through P3M and Benefits Management - A Case Study of the Defence Science and Technology Group
Raymond Young,  Roger Vodicka  and  Richard Bartholomeusz.
Published 2017 Edition PGCAR.

Strategic management of the Defence S&T Portfolio: Are we there yet?
Raymond Young,  Roger Vodicka  and  Richard Bartholomeusz.
Published 2018 Edition PGCAR, Walt Lipke Award winner.
   

For Boards and their ‘Accidental Sponsors’: 6 guiding questions to implement Policy, Strategy and create value through projects
Dr Raymond Young, Dr Vedran Zerjav
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR
   

Management of the Defence Science and Technology Research Portfolio in a Dynamic Strategic Environment
Roger Vodicka,  Richard Bartholomeusz,  Donald Lowe
Published in the 2019 Edition of PGCAR