Legitimising the professional identity of project managers: knowledge influencers in the project management community

Chivonne Algeo, Thomas M. Algeo

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Abstract

This paper explores professionalisation concepts and diffusion of research within the project management knowledge community (PMKC) with a focus on the professional identity of project managers. The PMKC consists of academics; consultants; teaching institutions; professional organisations; publishers; and project managers in roles as producers, consumers, diffusers, and brokers of project management knowledge. Exploring professional identity perspectives can contribute to contemporary knowledge beyond the use of isomorphic conventional traits and institutionalised processes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2017 National Conference, Academic Papers, Australian Institute of Project Management
Subtitle of host publication22-24 October, Melbourne
Place of PublicationSydney NSW Australia
PublisherAustralian Institute of Project Management
Pages49-63
Number of pages15
ISBN (Print)9780646978178
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventAustralian Institute of Project Management National Conference 2017 - Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 22 Oct 201724 Oct 2017

Conference

ConferenceAustralian Institute of Project Management National Conference 2017
Abbreviated titleAIPM 2017
CountryAustralia
CityMelbourne
Period22/10/1724/10/17

Cite this

Algeo, C., & Algeo, T. M. (2017). Legitimising the professional identity of project managers: knowledge influencers in the project management community. In 2017 National Conference, Academic Papers, Australian Institute of Project Management: 22-24 October, Melbourne (pp. 49-63). Sydney NSW Australia: Australian Institute of Project Management .
Algeo, Chivonne ; Algeo, Thomas M. / Legitimising the professional identity of project managers : knowledge influencers in the project management community. 2017 National Conference, Academic Papers, Australian Institute of Project Management: 22-24 October, Melbourne. Sydney NSW Australia : Australian Institute of Project Management , 2017. pp. 49-63
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Algeo, C & Algeo, TM 2017, Legitimising the professional identity of project managers: knowledge influencers in the project management community. in 2017 National Conference, Academic Papers, Australian Institute of Project Management: 22-24 October, Melbourne. Australian Institute of Project Management , Sydney NSW Australia, pp. 49-63, Australian Institute of Project Management National Conference 2017, Melbourne, Australia, 22/10/17.

Legitimising the professional identity of project managers : knowledge influencers in the project management community. / Algeo, Chivonne; Algeo, Thomas M.

2017 National Conference, Academic Papers, Australian Institute of Project Management: 22-24 October, Melbourne. Sydney NSW Australia : Australian Institute of Project Management , 2017. p. 49-63.

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Algeo C, Algeo TM. Legitimising the professional identity of project managers: knowledge influencers in the project management community. In 2017 National Conference, Academic Papers, Australian Institute of Project Management: 22-24 October, Melbourne. Sydney NSW Australia: Australian Institute of Project Management . 2017. p. 49-63