1. What Roles do Projects Serve in Business?.- 2. A Theoretical
Framework for Projects.- 3. The Structure of a Project.- 4. Project
and Programme Governance.- 5. Stakeholder Management.- 6. Risk and
Issues Management.- 7. Project Attractiveness Draft complete.- 8.
Project Success Draft complete.- 9. Initiating a Project.- 10.
Planning a Project.- 11. Executing a Project.- 12. Realising
outcomes from projects.
Dr Zwikael is an Associate Professor in the College of
Business and Economics at the Australian National University. The
recipient of the International Project Management Association's
Research Award, Dr Zwikael is the author of three books and more
than 200 scholarly peer-reviewed papers published in leading
journals. In addition, he has been awarded multiple research awards
by the Academy of Management, British Academy of Management,
Emerald and the Australian Institute of Project Management. Dr
Zwikael has experience in exercising major leadership roles such as
Associate Dean, Head of School, Associate Editor of the top project
management journal (International Journal of Project Management)
and an Executive Board member of three Project Management Institute
(PMI) international chapters.
John Smyrk is a graduate of Monash University, holding an Honours degree in Economics (with a specialisation in Econometrics) and Masters in Economics (with a specialisation in Operations Research). He designed, developed and delivered post graduate courses in project management at a number of universities. He has spent years working in various industries, such as steel-making, infrastructure, heavy engineering, chemicals and industrial instrumentation. He has consulted to the public and private sectors, specialising in in project management, with clients in manufacturing, finance, transport and government. He is currently a private consultant in project management. With Dr Zwikael, he participates in an ongoing research program directed at the assembly of comprehensive, reliable and rigorous theoretical foundations for the discipline of project management.