Chivonne Algeo

Assoc Professor

20112019

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Biography

Associate Professor Chivonne Algeo is an experienced academic and researcher in the field of project management, and has more than 20 years of experience delivering a variety of projects for major financial, insurance, and health organisations. As an Associate Professor with Monash University, Chivonne leads the development and delivery of courses for students and industry to advance their capability for managing projects. Chivonne's international award winning research focuses on acquiring and exchanging project knowledge; individual and group reflection to improve project practice; converting knowledge to make evidence-based decisions; and examining the interactions and roles of change managers and project managers. Her research is published in international journals and books, and is presented at leading research and industry conferences and forums. Chivonne is a member of the Project Management Institute, working on local and international initiatives to promote education and research. She is also a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Project Management, and served as Chair of both the Council of Fellows and the Knowledge and Research Council.

Research interests

Grants

Title: Building project managers’ capability: Knowledge transfer in projects using practice networks.
Investigators: Algeo, C., Linger, H., Pugh, K., Hoffman, Ed.
Funding: (2016 - 2018) Project Management Institute (PMI)

Title: The Project as a Tool of Policy Implementation: The Role of Project Management in Health
Investigators: Owen, J., Connor, J., Linger, H., McDermott, V., Algeo, C.
Funding: (2013 - 2015) Project Management Institute (PMI)

Title: Civil Construction Project Success Indicators
Investigators: Sankaran, S., Algeo, C.
Funding: (2010) Liberty Reinsurance

External positions

Associate, University of Technology Sydney

1 Nov 20161 Nov 2018

Visiting Fellow, University of New South Wales

5 Nov 201231 Dec 2017

Research area keywords

  • Project managing
  • knowledge transfer
  • decision making
  • managing change
  • action research

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