Effects of Organizational Support on Components of Virtual Project Teams
Virtual project teams are increasingly widespread across organisations throughout the public and private sectors. However, this approach increases the management and relationship challenges for organisations, project managers and team members.
This presentation focuses on how two international high-tech companies established support structures for their virtual project teams and the impact this had. The research findings from this will enable managemen and project managers to better understand the importance and effects of how an organisation can support its virtual teams to enhance their performance.
Presentation Style - Lecture
About the Presenter
Nathalie Drouin, Ph.D (University of Cambridge-England), MBA (HEC-Montréal), LL.B., is the Vice-Dean, Research and former Director of Graduate programs in Project Management, School of Management at Université du Québec à Montreal (ESG UQAM) and a full professor, Department of Management and Technology, ESG UQAM. She teaches initiation and strategic management of projects in the Graduate Project Management Programs. The results of her work have been published in major academic journals and presented at several international research and professional conferences.
She is looking at virtual project teams’ success, collaboration and innovation within project context and organizational capabilities. Her research has also been funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR), the Quebec Research Council (FRSQ), and other sources such as the Project Management Institute and ESG-UQAM Research Grants (PAFARC). She is a Member of the Scientific Committee and the Board of Directors of the Project Management Research Chair, ESG UQAM.
Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
169 Castlereagh Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Tuesday 19th August 2014
6:00PM for 6:30PM start; finish at 8:00PM.
Cost: Members $20 (50% discount).
Guests are welcome at a cost of $40 pp.
This event is limited to 100 people.
Registrations will close 8:00pm on Sunday 17th August or when event capacity is reached.