Danielle Ramirez

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Personal profile


Danielle is the Director, Master of Project Management (online). Danielle has developed expertise in a range of areas including Project Management, Leadership, Organisational Behaviour and Engagement and Talent Management. She is passionate about inspiring students to be co-creators of their learning experience using authentic assessments.

In addition to her academic career, Danielle has undertaken a number of management roles, primarily in the market research industry. She has been responsible for providing strategic analysis and market intelligence for government agencies, managing large-scale research projects and building collaborative partnerships with stakeholders.

Danielle’s research experience focuses on employment-based issues in the areas of mentally healthy workplaces, employee well-being, employment support services and work-related violence.

Danielle is a member of the Project Management Institute. Her aim is to inspire students to develop new and innovative ideas for improved project management performance. She aspires to help students create a pathway to change their world, one project at a time.

Research interests

Project management

Human Resource management

Organisational behaviour

Co-creation curriculum design

Reflective learning

Monash teaching commitment

OPO5000 The rise of project-based organisations

OPO5001 The project as a social system

OPO5002 Project management for organisational innovation

OPO5003 Managing project knowledge

OPO5900 The organisational context of project development

OPO5901 The dynamic context of project delivery

OPO5902 The planning approach to project management

OPO5903 The learning approach to project management

MGO5100 People & Change

MGO5200 Engagement & Talent Management

MBO5005 People and Culture (academic unit designer)

LEO5101 The Enterprising Leader (academic unit designer)

LEO5107 The Learning Leader (academic unit designer)