4e Conférence

Joana Geraldi, 

Associate Professor in Project Organizing at the Department of Organizations, Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark.The number and relevance of projects is growing at a staggering pace. This phenomena transformed organizations and is today changing the nature of social and economic action in society. Accompanying this development is the need to organize for projects, and to theorize about it. I study human and organizational behaviour in projects and develop behaviour-centric organizational contexts for projects. I am Project Studies scholar, that is, I am part of the research community that studies projects, programs and portfolios. My empirical contexts are in projects and project organizing across different industrial contexts, in particular, large engineering projects, IT, construction and wind industries. My research earned international awards and led to over 50 publications, most of which in the key project journals and conferences. In the recent years, I came to recognise the relevant of decisions and behaviours in decisions to projects, and have since studied how decisions happen in projects, and how objects, and in particular, visualizations, can inform (and misinform) decisions.

Conférenciers invités 

Bianica Pires, 

is a Research Scientist in the Social Decision Analytics Laboratory atVirginia Tech. Her research interests involves understanding and exploring complex social systems using computational methods, including agent-based modeling (ABM), social network analysis (SNA), and geographic information systems (GIS) to model human movement and behavior. As part of her dissertation, Dr. Pires developed an ABM using MASON (a multi-agent simulation library core in Java) to explore how the dynamics of an urban slum, human behavior, and the diffusion of a rumor can influence the emergence of riots. The development of an urban environment using crowdsourced data for the agents to move and interact was a key component of this model, including the creation of the transportation network and the geo-location of facilities. Agent behavior, grounded in theory, helped created dynamic social networks. Prior to her dissertation research, Dr. Pires spent nearly 10 years working in industry, where she gained extensive experience analyzing large datasets and developing industry ready simulation and statistical models. Dr. Pires holds a B.S. in Industrial & Systems Engineering, an M.A. in International Business from the University of Florida, and a Ph.D. in Computational Social Science from George Mason University.

Joana Geraldi, 

Associate Professor in Project Organizing at the Department of Organizations, Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark.The number and relevance of projects is growing at a staggering pace. This phenomena transformed organizations and is today changing the nature of social and economic action in society. Accompanying this development is the need to organize for projects, and to theorize about it. I study human and organizational behaviour in projects and develop behaviour-centric organizational contexts for projects. I am Project Studies scholar, that is, I am part of the research community that studies projects, programs and portfolios. My empirical contexts are in projects and project organizing across different industrial contexts, in particular, large engineering projects, IT, construction and wind industries. My research earned international awards and led to over 50 publications, most of which in the key project journals and conferences. In the recent years, I came to recognise the relevant of decisions and behaviours in decisions to projects, and have since studied how decisions happen in projects, and how objects, and in particular, visualizations, can inform (and misinform) decisions.

Christophe Bredillet, 

Professeur en gestion de projet, Directeur de l’École de Gestion de l’UQTR. Intérêts de recherche: Management des Projets Complexes, Management de Projet Organisationnel (audit et évaluation, pre & postmortem, gouvernance, bureau de projet), Développement des Capacités Individuelles et Organisationnelles, Standards et Guides de Pratiques, Gestion de la Performance dans le domaine du Management Stratégique de Projet, Programme et Portefeuille.

Monique Aubry,

Ph.D. est professeure titulaire et elle enseigne dans les programmes de 2e cycle en gestion de projet et au programme MBA pour cadres à l’École des sciences de la gestion de l’Université du Québec à Montréal (ESG UQAM). Elle est membre de la Chaire de recherche en gestion de projet de l’ESG UQAM (www.chairegp.uqam.ca) et de l’Institut Santé et société de l’UQAM. Son principal intérêt de recherche porte sur le design organisationnel dans le contexte projet et plus particulièrement les Bureaux de projet. Les résultats de ses recherches ont été publiés dans les plus grandes revues scientifiques spécialisées en gestion de projet et ont été présentés dans plusieurs conférences à travers le monde. En 2012, elle a reçu le prix de l’International Project Management Association (IPMA) pour l’ensemble de ses recherches sur les bureaux de projet. Elle est Senior Editor pour le Project Management Journal

Maximilian Kleinubing, 

Pilatus Aircraf (Swiss Aircraft Manufacturer), Flight Test Engineer. Jul-2016 till present day: Development and Certification of PC-24 Aircraft. The PC-24 is a twin turbofan business jet developed by Pilatus to be a Super Flexible Jet. The PC-24 is powered by two Williams FJ44-4A turbofan engines. A unique feature of the FJ44-4A powerplant is the Quiet Power Mode (QPM); in which power is also drawn from the main engines in place of a separate auxiliary power unit (APU). It is planned to be certified by EASA by the end of 2017. It is also planned to receive a follow on type certifications for Steep Approach and Gravel Operations in 2018. Mechanical-Aeronautical Engineer (Msc) with MBA and fifteen years of experience in aircraft development, flight testing and certification. Kingston University in London, Senior Lecturer, Feb-Jun2016 – Delivery of Aircraft Engineering Programs. Ex-Bombardier and Ex-Embraer.

Sergio Frias,

Vice-President Contracts at Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. Leads the team of Contracts specialists in charge of the drafting and negotiation of the Services Sales Contracts for the Commercial Aircraft division. Responsible for the provision of support to the Services organization regarding the execution of agreements , including the definition of the negotiation and business strategy and to carry out the negotiation itself for multiple types of Services Contracts , based on strict compliance with company's policies. Ex-Vice-President Contracts (Executive Jets) Embraer. Bachelor, Civil Engineering (USP). Graduate , Businees Administration (FGV) and MBA – FIA/USP. 

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