Center ‘s Projects
Outcomes and outputs
POCC research activity contributes to inform project organising practices – i.e. conveying research insights to practitioners and policy makers through presentations to practitioner conferences, publications in crossover journals, and in op-eds and blogs. POCC research also informs and feeds teaching initiatives as delivered by LUISS BS. POCC initiatives aims to present and discuss emerging concepts, debate alternative theoretical approaches, learn about new innovative practices, and deepen their understanding of the problems and challenges facing project organizing.
Examples of POCC initiatives are (flyers attached):
- ‘Project Organising: Theory meets Practices’, Rome, 20 May 2016
- ‘Is it Possible to Manage Impossible Projects?’ Rome, 4 November 2015
- ‘4 International Megaproject Workshop: Theory meets Practice’ Rome, 19-20 May 2016
- ‘Managing Megaprojects: Lessons from Major UK Programmes’ Rome, 19 May 2016