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Survey on the Use of Project Management Methods

 

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PhD student at the University of Manchester seeks participants for short survey on how organisations select and embed PM methods

23 June 2016 – UK – David Biggins, a PhD student and researcher at the University of Manchester, lecturer in PM at Bournemouth University and PM practitioner, is conducting research on the “use of project management methods” and is seeking participants for his 15 minute questionnaire.

If you work in projects anywhere in the world, please spend 15 minutes to complete a questionnaire. Help with academic research into project management methods, including PRINCE2, PMBOK and Agile. How do organisations select and embed PM methods?

David is undertaking research into project management methods for his doctorate. The focus is on how organisations select and implement project management methods such as PRINCE2, PMBOK or in-house, bespoke methods to manage their projects.

A broad range of view from those involved in projects is being sought to help form a complete picture of how this happens in organisations. If you are working in projects, would you be willing to complete an anonymous and confidential survey please? Survey ends 31 July 2016, so please click now.

Link to survey: https://bournemouth.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/pmm-questionnaire-v8

If you have colleagues who work in projects, would you mind asking them if they would fill out the questionnaire please? That would really help this research.

160623-pmwj48-Biggins-MANCHESTER LOGOThe University of Manchester (UoM) is a public research university in Manchester, England, formed in 2004 by the merger of the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology and the Victoria University of Manchester. The main campus is south of Manchester city centre on Oxford Road. In 2014/15, the university had 38,590 students and 10,400 staff, making it the second largest university in the UK. PM research is carried out in the Manchester Business School and also in the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering.