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Call for Papers on Organizational Change Project Management

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

PM World Journal seeks articles and papers on managing organizational change projects 

22 April 2014 – Dallas, London, Sydney – Articles and Papers for the PM World Journal (PMWJ) are being sought on the general topic of organizational change project management, especially as related to implementing enterprise-wide program/project management process and system improvements.  Implementation of a project management office (PMO), for example, would be well received by may PMWJ readers.

140422-pmwj22-organizational-IMAGEProject management experts, researchers, practicing project managers and executives of project-oriented organizations are invited to submit an article or paper on this important topic for publication in the monthly PMWJ.  This is an opportunity to share knowledge and gain visibility for yourself and your organization.

According to Managing Editor David Pells, “Project management is now widely recognized as a critical component of change management, as many organizational changes occur as projects.  Mergers and acquisitions are good examples, but nearly every organization today undergoes changes of one kind or another.  So there should be many examples of how such projects are managed.  We’re looking for people to share their experiences and knowledge on this topic.”

The PMWJ includes articles and papers in the following categories: advisory articles, featured papers, commentary articles, student papers, case studies, personal stories, reports, book reviews and news stories.  Previously published papers can also be submitted for publication in the Second Editions section of the journal. Send inquiries or completed works to editor@pmworldjournal.net.

“How is success measured for organizational change projects, for example?” Pells adds.  “If you have some experience related to this topic, or even a story to tell, please send us an article.  Papers from researchers on organizational changes are also welcome.”

The PMWJ (ISSN 2330-4480), a non-refereed electronic publication registered with the US Library of Congress, is indexed by EBSCO, the world’s largest intermediary between publishers and libraries.  Contents of the PMWJ will be included in EBSCO’s Business Source Complete databases.  The PMWJ is a good option for those who wish to publish information or research results quickly.  For more information, visit http://pmworldjournal.net/?page_id=9.

PM World Journal (PMWJ) is a web-based monthly publication featuring dozens of articles, papers and stories about projects and project management around the world. The PMWJ is produced by PM World, which also operates the PM World Library (PMWL), a global resource for continuous learning in portfolio, program and project management (P/PM).  To read the latest PMWJ, go to www.pmworldjournal.net; to learn more, visit www.pmworldlibrary.net.

Editor’s note: We do not publish topic-specific issues of the PM World Journal.  Works submitted in response to this call for papers can be published at any time in the future, so please consider sending an original article now or in the future – to editor@pmworldjournal.net.