What are the research topics you think will be the most critical in the current day to enhance project management as a discipline and profession? Most importantly, the research outputs need to have contributions to the practitioners and could be implemented to the real world.
PMI has completed a number of PM research studies and just to pick a few:
- Governance Frameworks for Public Project Development and Estimation
- Understanding Decision Making Within Distributed Project Teams
- Exploring the Complexity of Projects: Implications of Complexity Theory for
Project Management Practice
- Software Cost Estimation Through Market Trading: An Exploratory Study of a New
Tool for Project Management: Available only to PMI members
- Researching the Value of Project Management
- Situational Sponsorship of Projects and Programs: An Empirical Review
- Human Resource Management in the Project-Oriented Organization
- Linking Project Management to Business Strategy
Welcome any suggestions to link academic project management research to the business and industry.