SIGITProjMgmt is strategically positioned to bridge the gaps in research covered by current AIS SIGs with minimal overlap. SIGITProjMgmt provides a global forum for its members, PM practitioners, and other IS/IT researchers to share ideas and experiences that relate to IT project management in all its forms. IT Project management has a rich literature of its own and this SIG is positioned to contribute in that area.

Submissions from 2019

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Applying Normalization Process Theory to Explain Large-Scale Agile Transformation, Noel Carroll and Kieran Conboy

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Challenges and Paradoxes of Teaching Project Management the Agile Way, Andreas Drechsler

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Exploring External Leadership in Agile Software Development Teams and its Influence on Team Empowerment, Mareike Fischer

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How Management Control Portfolios are Developed for Modularized ISD Projects, Subasinghage Maduka Nuwangi, Darshana Sedera, and Shirish C. Srivastava

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Project Management Tools as Boundary Objects in Agile Software Development, Yuanyanhang Shen and Xiaodan Yu

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Planning for Failure: An Exploratory Study of a Proactive IS Project Recovery Team, Richard Skinner, Wynne Chin, R. Ryan Nelson, and Lesley Pek Wee Land

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Practitioners' Perception of Skills in Effective Project Management, Manouchehr Tabatabaei, Michael Cuellar, and Jason Williams

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Transforming Management to Support Agile Development, Peng Xu and Yide Shen