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The Impact of Internet of Things Unification with Project Management Disciplines in project-based organizations

Access to new resource related to Internet of Things added to PM World Library

Resource provided by Ovya RK

 12 May 2018 – Mumbai, India – Access to a new resource has been added to the PM World Library on the subject of Project Management and the Internet of Things (IoT). The new resource is titled “The Impact of Internet of Things Unification with Project Management Disciplines in project-based organizations”. Resource is a paper by Mohamed Batrawi and Pietro Percudani as a master’s thesis at Umeå School of Business and Economics in Sweden in 2017.

The combination of expanding global markets and an organization tackling more than a project at a time has necessitated the realization of Project Management (PM) disciplines and the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies that comprehend the project throughout its lifecycle. A smooth transition is expected from project initiation to project handover, while being strategically aligned with the organization's objectives and goals. It becomes necessary to maintain the uniqueness of the organization and the guidelines of PM disciplines. In any form, PM disciplines represents a central tool in delivering innovations to the organization.

IoT technologies are becoming a necessity to facilitate complex supply chains and to engage with customers. Mohamed Batrawi and Pietro Percudani in their research study/report have aimed to highlight the importance of Internet of Things and the synergistic implementation of project management disciplines in project-oriented organizations. The qualitative and quantitative research methodologies along with case studies provide a rich and deep examination on the topic.

To access these resources, go to the Applications and Hot Topics section of the PMWL at, click on “Internet of Things”, scroll down to Papers, Reports, Studies. Must be registered as Free Trial, Professional or Scholar member and logged in to access.

This new resource provided through the PMWL university research internship program; to learn more, click here