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Project Management Advisory Group

Synergising project management education, research and industry

The Project Management Advisory Group liaises with industry to ensure the direction and focus of the academic program and research agenda adheres to latest industry standards.

The role of our Project Management Advisory Group members is to:

  • provide insight into the emerging needs of the project management industry
  • provide assurance regarding the academic direction of the existing programs
  • advocate for the attainment of academic qualifications in the project management industry
  • seek opportunities to connect our research interests with industry
  • provide insight into the potential research interests
  • suggest opportunities for teaching and research.

Our members

  • Professor Lynn Crawford, Director of the Project Management Program
  • Associate Professor Julien Pollack, Project Management Research Director
  • Dr Ken Chung, Project Management Undergraduate Director
  • Mr Maurizio Floris, John Grill Centre for Project Leadership
  • Mr Kevin Duffy, Project Management Operations Manager – Campus Infrastructure Services, The University of Sydney
  • Mr Greig Schuetrumpf, General Manager Strategic Support and Business Performance, NSW Public Works Department of Finance, Services and Innovation
  • Ms Yvonne Butler, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Institute of Project Management
  • Mr Alex Cramb, Corporate & Government Relations Manager Australia, Project Management Institute
  • Mr Chris Baker, General Manager Business Management NAB Wealth, National Australia Bank
  • Mr Jonathon Di Michiel, Partner Advisory Transformation Program Management, KPMG
  • Mr Jerome Johnson, Project Director – One Sydney Harbour, Lendlease
  • Mr Jonathon Shahady, Director, TBH
  • Ms Alicia Aitken, Transformation and Change Delivery, ANZ

Project Management Program

The Project Management Program at the University of Sydney aims to be a world leading teaching and research school in project management recognised by government, non-government and industry and as a leading authority in the future direction of project management practices and insight across all disciplines.

The Project Management Program aligns with the University of Sydney’s strategic intent and pursues excellence in research through the development of our understanding of government, non-government and industry programs, projects and methodologies using a complex systems approach. 

The program integrates this new knowledge in developing the program and project management capabilities of graduates through outstanding teaching and learning practices that enable them to effectively analyse, design and deliver value. The program leads a knowledge network in project management communities to share new insights and promote experimental and experiential learning amongst relevant communities to drive value through the management of programs and projects.

The Master of Project Management has been accredited by the Project Management Institute Global Accreditation Centre for Project Management Education Programs (GAC) from the 1st February 2010 until 2017.