As organisations around the world are advancing their use of project management, they are increasingly seeking skilled project management employees. This search is creating a critical demand for academic research and education programmes in project management and allied disciplines.
As part of its core purpose to advance the practice, science and profession of project management throughout the world in a conscious and proactive manner, PMI will fund new academic research projects at four universities in 2013 through the PMI Sponsored Research Program.
Grantees were selected based on their insight and ability to provide new knowledge that will help project managers and organisations improve performance, drive innovation and increase competitive advantage for long-term success.
This year’s call for proposals for 2014 funding will open 1 February and close 25 April 2013. For more details about eligibility criteria and submission guidelines, click here. Questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.