The Journal of Modern Project Management

It is a quad-monthly basis scientific journal of studies focusing on the area of ​​project management necessary to promote a balance between theory and practice, highlighting cases studies on different sectors. Papers will be reviewed by our unique system of double-blind review.

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JMPM Mission and Scope. Recent decades have seen a major transformation in project management resulting from significant changes in technology, business models, and global value chains, as well as the very nature of products and services. New business processes, new information technology tools, and new business models require the formalization of "modern project management" to effectively respond to this new reality. New strategies, new approaches, new methods, and new tools of project management are necessary for effective, competitive, modern project management. The JMPM editorial team uses a multi-disciplinary peer review process to assure the timely publication of quality content and a top-tier reputation among the academic community.  Published articles describe modern project management theories, research, techniques, and applications. Topics covered by the journal include (but are not strictly limited to) the following:

  • project design management; product/service and system design
  • project scheduling & planning
  • project monitoring, updating, and control
  • project management tools and techniques
  • resource management
  • project cost management
  • cost and time allocation
  • governance, contracting and tendering
  • project contracts and contract law
  • procurement methods
  • project performance modeling and simulation
  • project evaluation and performance indicators
  • project quality and reliability
  • risk management
  • risk modeling, analysis, and tracking
  • project portfolio and program management
  • lean and agile methods in projects
  • service project management
  • project architecture and design structure matrix models
  • multi-criteria decision models for project management
  • negotiation and dispute resolution
  • decision making processes
  • international projects
  • distributed projects
  • virtual project teams
  • innovation project management
  • project organizations
  • team motivation and incentives
  • team building and training
  • team communication
  • project systems
  • product lifecycle management
  • project management software
  • project management office
  • project finance and investment appraisal
  • projects in small and medium enterprises
JMPM aims to reach a broad range of interests in the project management profession.  The audience for the journal includes academics, business executives, project management professionals as well as other individuals who seek development of their project management skills and techniques.






Academy for Design Innovation Management | 2019 London


Design Innovation Management | 2019 London

Research Perspectives In the era of Transformations

Hosted by | Loughborough University London
Conference dates | 18–21 June, 2019 London, United Kingdom
Track Proposals Submission Deadline | Tuesday 11 September 2018

The Academy for Design Innovation Management 2019 London International Research Conference will be hosted by Loughborough University London. The ADIM International Research Conference 2019 is organised in collaboration with members from international partners: Hong Kong Polytechnic, Politecnico di Milano, the University of Twente, Oslo Metropolitan University, Macromedia University, Tecnun, the University of Southampton, Middle East Technical University, Universidade de Lisboa, RMIT University and Delft University of Technology.


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JMPM Special issue: "Project, program and portfolio governance”



JMPM Journal Special issue on "Project, program and portfolio governance” -  University Palermo - Italy

The Special Issue will also carry revised and substantially extended versions of select papers presented at the Summer School “Francesco Turco” to be held in Palermo, Italy, September 12-14, 2018.

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The theory of Project Governance has been repeatedly discussed for the last two decades by both communities of academics and practitioners. However, a full understanding of the connections and implications of connecting Project to Portfolio Governance is till missing. This comes from the inherent wideness of the concept of Governance and the contextual complexity of the interrelationships among Projects, Programs and Portfolios (PPPs) due to strategic alignments, business models, organizations, managerial processes, uncertainty, required competencies, and stakeholders. Many failures in project-based companies contribute to corroborate this missing linkage and there is no evidence that this is typical of specific industries.

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Vol 6, No 2 (2018)

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#17 issue | September-December 2018

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