Together with a Danish associate, Prof. Dr. Pernille Eskerod published a peer-reviewed article in the International Journal of Project Management, the leading journal within its field, in July 2017. The article which is conceptual of nature, proposes ways - theoretically and practically - to advance project stakeholder analysis.
Prof. Dr. Pernille Eskerod published a peer-reviewed article on how to enrich project organizations by appointing formal change agents. The article is based on a longitudinal action-oriented multi-case study research, involving workplace health promotion projects in six organizations.
Faculty member for the business and management department, Dr. Johan Winbladh, recently received the "Best Paper" award at the International Academic Conference which took place in Tel Aviv, Israel. Dr. Winbladh tells us more about this honor granted by the International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences.
The Business and Management Department invited faculty, students and staff to another Research Seminar within its new event series to provide insights into current departmental research activities and to support students in preparing for their upcoming master theses. This time Dr. Maria Madlberger presented her research on "Shopping by swiping: What drives users to make purchases with their mobile phones?".
At this year’s European Academy of Management (EURAM) research conference in Glasgow, Scotland, 21-24 June 2017, prof. Dr. Pernille Eskerod served in numerous roles. As a Strategic Interest Group (SIG) board member for the SIG on Project Organising she was appointed as the program manager of the SIG. That included communications with authors, presenters and role takers from all over the world before and during the intensive conference days.
The 12th World Conference of the Spatial Econometrics Association (SEA) has the objective to bring together econometricians, statisticians, economists, regional scientists and geographers to present and discuss their recent achievements in spatial econometric theories and applications, in connection with the analysis of externalities, spillovers, interactions, peer effects, network effects, etc.
The Head of the department for Business and Management at Webster Vienna, Nikolaos Antonakakis, gives his view on perspectives for the greek economy and its perspectives in an article in "Kleine Zeitung".
An article co-written by Dr. Bradley E Wiggins, associate professor and department head of media communications, was recently re-published in Hungarian by the peer-reviewed, online journal Apertúra. The article was identified as a definitive piece of scholarship on the topic of internet memes and was included in a special issue of Apertúra along with re-publications of related, definitive scholarship by others.
Article on innovation within Webster Vienna along with a special feature on the Vice President and Provost of Webster University, Dr. Julian Schuster, and the Head of our Business department in Vienna, Dr. Nikolaos Antonakakis.