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New in 2015: PMI Teaching Case Competition

Posted by Martine Plompen in Research , Network news

Created on Tue 21 October 2014 07:42

And tagged with: research , case writing competition


PMI LogoPMI Academic Resources invites project management scholars and practitioners to participate in its inaugural teaching case competition, launching 2 January 2015.

Teaching with cases helps to create an energising atmosphere that inspires students to develop critical thinking and analytical skills. The challenge for faculty has been to find high-quality teaching cases in project management. This competition aspires to build a repository of high-quality teaching cases available for faculty to use in undergraduate and postgraduate project management programs.

The theme of this year’s competition is Project Management and Disaster Relief. The competition will be judged by a panel of expert case writers and project management scholars, with monetary prizes for the top three cases, as follows:

PMI case1st Prize: US$3,000
2nd Prize: US$2,000
3rd Prize: US$1,000

The top three finalists will be invited to PMI Global Congress 2015—North America, where the winners will be announced. The prize-winning cases will be published through PMI.

The early submission deadline is 1 April 2015.  Please click  for complete guidelines and submission details. You are also invited to check the FAQs or contact PMI for additional information.

You may also be interested in recent research from the Project Management Institute:

And there is more from the PMI Publications website.