International award for AU researcher
July 15, 2010
Dr. Janice Thomas has been awarded the Project Management Institute's (PMI's) 2010 Research Achievement Award. The award was announced July 13th, in Washington, D.C. The award recognizes and honours researchers who have significantly advanced the practice of project management through professionally conducted research.
Dr. Thomas received the award for her work exploring organizational change, team building and leadership in project management. Her research offers important insight into the understanding of how project management in organizations can be improved.
Dr. Thomas is well known internationally for her work in the field of project management. She has led a number of PMI-sponsored research projects and has done extensive research work in both Canada and the United Kingdom. Prior to joining Athabasca University, she worked as a project manager in the fields of information technology and organizational change.
Dr. Thomas is a Professor of Project Management and the Director of the Project management Research Centre in the Faculty of Business at AU.
For more information about Dr. Thomas, please visit: http://www.mba.athabascau.ca/titanweb/au/webcms.nsf/AllDoc/09F5C3D9B99AE99487256B6C006A0E07?OpenDocument
More information about project management at AU can be found here: https://pmri.athabascau.ca/
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