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The Musicality of Project Management

3rd Series article on Project Management Education published by Professors Ingason and Jonasson at the University of Reykjavik

19 May 2015 – Dallas, London, Sydney, Reykjavik – Professors Helgi Thor Ingason and Haukur Ingi Jonasson at the University of Reykjavik in Iceland, active educators and researchers in the field of project management, have authored another article under the theme of “The Role of Academic Institutions in Educating and Training Project Managers”. Their article, titled “The Musicality of Project Management: Transparent Leadership and Sustainable Project Management”, was published in the May edition of PM World Journal and added to the PM World Library this month.

According to the authors introduction to the article: “There are many ways to approach professional project management. One way is to look at it from the perspective of transparent leadership and sustainable project management, and to see the needed competences as a musicality. This we do in a two semester diploma program that we created and have developed in our consulting company Nordica Consulting Group ehf. The origin of the program can be traced back to year 2002 when we sat down to discuss the content of PMBOK and IPMA ICB, possible future trends in project management, and to explore what creative insight we might have to offer to the field of project management from our own training and education… This turned out to be a very interesting discussion...”

To read this paper now in the PM World Library, go to and click on the title. Access is free, but one must be a logged-in library member to access after 10 June 2015.