CEPMa 3rd International Construction and Engineering Project Management Workshop’12: Project Based Organisations in the Project Based Economy. October 4-5, 2012, University of Valladolid, Valladolid. Spain. Most of the high value creating activities performed by organisations are projects. Therefore, corporate success is the mirror image of firm project success. At the end of this decade, around 20% of the economic value will be delivered by means of projects.
Aims and Scope
The Construction and Engineering Project Management Workshop (CEPMaW´12) will provide a unique opportunity for professionals and researchers to exchange their knowledge and advances in project, program and portfolio management. As in previous editions, CEPMaW will provide a forum where novel research and professional practices can be shared and discussed, filling the gap between theory and practice.
In this third edition, we are particularly interested in the role of project based organisations in the project based economy, linking corporate strategies to portfolios and projects. New theories, methodologies and real cases in project, program and portfolio management will be analysed and discussed.
Relevant topics to this workshop include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Project based organizations theory and management.
- Project based economy, innovation and competitiveness.
- Project and portfolio management in the economic crisis.
- Standards and methodologies for project, program and portfolio management.
- New trends in project, program and portfolio management.
- Corporate strategy and project portfolio.
- Project Management in Education: opportunities and challenges.
- Successful cases in project, program and portfolio management.
- Complexity in project management.
PhD special section
In this III edition, CEPMaW’12 will devote a special section for ongoing research by PhD students developing their Thesis. Authors must indicate within the submission process if the paper should be included in this section.
Researchers are invited to submit a short paper up to 3 pages. A PDF file containing the paper should be e-mailed to "> by the 30th of March 2012. The paper must be in Springer format (downloadable at http://www.insisoc.org/cepmaw2012/INSISOC_series.zip) and the final version of accepted papers should have at most 15 pages. Accepted papers will be printed in the workshop proceedings (ISBN publication) within the INSISOC Series.
Short Paper Submission deadline: March 30th, 2012
Notification of acceptance: May 15th, 2012
Deadline for authors’ revised contributions, according to reviewers’ remarks: Jun 15th, 2012
Workshop, Valladolid, Spain: October 4-5, 2012
Short paper Submission deadline: March 30th, 2012