New Faculty Seminar Series - Stephane Tywoniak
Thursday, December 8, 2016, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
This seminar series was launched by the Telfer School of Management Research Office to promote its new professors. It represents an excellent opportunity for professors, students and community members to meet new faculty and to learn more about their research programs.
Please join us for a presentation by Stephane Tywoniak: First-order and Second-order Complexity in Projects and Project-based Organisations: A Research Agenda.
The seminar will present a research agenda about how complexity plays out in projects and project-based organizations and the responses that managers can mobilize to navigate it, as well as the consequences for strategy, governance and risk management. A particular focus will be on the interactions between levels of analysis: corporate, portfolio, program, and project.
- Thursday, December 8, 2016
- 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- Telfer School of Management
55 Laurier Avenue East
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
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About Stephane Tywoniak
Stephane Tywoniak is a professor of Complex Project Management at the Telfer School of Management of the University of Ottawa. He has over twenty years of experience teaching strategy, systems thinking, entrepreneurship and project management. His academic coordination track record includes: Professor, La Rochelle Business School (Project Management and Entrepreneurship Master’s majors); MBA Director (Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Brisbane, Australia - 2014/15); Academic Director and Founder, Executive Master in Complex Project Management (QUT, 2007/08 and 2012/14), PhD Coordinator (QUT School of Management, 2008/10).
He has extensive experience in executive education and consulting with major project-based organizations in government and industry (Australia, UK, Canada, USA). Since 2015, he has been the Academic-in-Residence at the International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM).
His main research interest is the strategic interactions between business and society in complex projects/programs and strategic decision-making, with a specific interest on how business practices become institutionalized. He has been published in Organization, International Journal of Project Management, and other international journals. He serves as the associate editor for project management on the editorial board of Systems Research and Behavioral Science, and as the associate editor for institutional theory and strategy on the editorial board of Journal of Management and Organisation.