Project management research chair


Alejandro Romero is now a member of the Chair

romero-torres alejandro-005 Already one of the most important research teams at the international level in project management, the Chair welcomes a new professor and researcher: Alejandro Romero, specialized in the management of IT and innovation projects.



The Chair is a Gold Sponsor of Agile Tour Montreal again this Year


The event organised by Agile Montréa will take place at UQAM. Yvan Petit is actively involved in the organization of this event. Previously, Claude Besner was also a major contributor of this activity.

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The Chair is Proud to be a Sponsor of Elixir Gala 2014, presented by PMI-Montreal


On November 12th, PMI-Montreal will bring the project management community of Montreal and of Quebec together at their annual gala.

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Yvan Petit will present "The new Portfolio Management Professional Certification" at the PMI-Montreal morning conference on December 3rd


Yvan Petit is among the first 100 PMI Portfolio Management Professionals (PfMP)  worldwide.

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Two Members of the Chair are Participating in the Organisation of the Project Organising SIG at the EURAM 2015 Conference


Brian Hobbs is the Programme Chair for the SIG general track.

Nathalie Drouin is a member of the team organising the sub-theme "Organisational Project Management: Adding rungs to the ladder of Novelty between Organizational Project Management and its link to Research Methodology".

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Conference open to all November 19, 2014


This conference has been postponed until the winter session

When Project Managers Meet Change Management: An Unexpected Reconfiguration of Knowledge (1,5 PDU PMI®)

Speaker: Valérie Lehmann

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Conference open to all November 25, 2014


An In-depth Study of Project Management Practice (1,5 PDU PMI®)

Speakers: Brian Hobbs et Claude Besner

For the last 10 years Claude Besner and Brian Hobbs have been studying project management practice. Their aim has been to answer three questions:

  1. Which practices do practitioners actually use?
  2. How does this use vary in different contexts?
  3. Which practices contribute the most to performance and in which contexts?

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