PMI Names Prof Dr. Hans Georg Gemünden as Editor of Project Management Journal®


15 June 2013 – Newtown Square, PA, USA – The Project Management Institute (PMI®) has announced  that Professor and Dr. Hans Georg Gemünden has been named as Editor of Project Management Journal®, PMI’s peer-reviewed academic and research publication.

Dr. Gemünden, of Berlin, Germany, is globally renowned for his work as a professor and leader. An expert in professional management, he has published several books and articles on subjects, including innova¬tion and technology management, entrepreneurship, project management, and business policy and strategy. His work has also been published in the Journal of Product Innovation Management, Organization Science, Research Policy, Creativity and Innovation Management and International Journal of Project Management. Examples of his work include team work quality in innovative projects, inter-team cooperation in large projects, success factors of highly innovative projects, management systems for project portfolio management, promoter and champion roles in innovation projects.

hans-georg-gemundenDr. Gemünden is a tenured professor at the Berlin Univer¬sity of Technology (TU Berlin), where he has also served as Vice Dean for the University’s Faculty for Management and Economics. Prior to his role as Vice Dean, Dr Gemünden was responsible for TU Berlin’s Industrial Engineering Program, where he introduced five new bachelor’s and nine new master’s degree programs, helping the program reach its status as the largest teaching program at the university.

The peer-refereed academic and research publication of PMI, Project Management Journal® features state-of-the-art management techniques, research, theories and applications. It addresses the broad interests of the project management profession, and maintains an editorial balance of content about research, technique, theory and practice. The Journal’s international and multi-disciplinary review team ensures continued standards of excellence in terms of quality of content and reputation among members of the academic community. The audience for this publication includes project practitioners, academics, executives, business leaders and other individuals who seek to further their project management skills and practices. To learn more visit www.PMI.org and find PMJ under the Knowledge Center tab.

PMI is one of the world’s largest not-for-profit membership associations for the project management profession, representing more than 650,000 practitioners in more than 185 countries. PMI advances the project management profession through global standards, credentials, chapters, virtual communities, academic research and publications. For more information, visit  www.PMI.org, www.facebook.com/PMInstitute, and on Twitter @PMInstitute. 

PMI Media contact: Megan Maguire Kelly at [email protected]. 

Source: PMI