- For project professionals
Project Perspectives is an annual magazine and is distributed in 12 000 hard copies to senior and active project professionals. It is also available electronically and have a potential reach of over 60 000 people within and outside the IPMA community. It provides senior practitioners and academics with the latest global news and innovations within project management. The articles are written by experts around the world and present research results and project case studies. Each issue has its own theme.
Project Perspectives is produced by IPMA and the Project Management Association of Finland. The editor in chief is Dr. Kalle Kähkönen, Tampere Universíty of Technology.
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Project Perspective is distributed to all IPMA members all over the world.
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Front page is also a link to the magazine pdf.
Project Perspectives is in total distributed in 12 000 hard copies. 5 000 copies internationally and 7 000 hard copies in Finland. It is also available electronically and can be downloaded free of charge from the IPMA website. Project Perspectives reaches up to 60 000 active project professionals.
The 5 000 international copies are exclusive distributed to the participants of some 30 national PM conferences 2012/2013. The typical reader are project managers, consultants, managers and other project management decision-makers.
70 percent of the international copies are distributed in Europe and 30 percent in Asia and the rest of the world.
The 7 000 Finnish copies are distributed to The Finnish PM Associations member, participants at the annual Finnish Project Management Conference and other project professionals.
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Editor in chief, Kalle Kähkönen.
kalle.e.kahkonen (at) tut.fi
Information for advertisers. Information about chances for advertising in Project Perspectives is provided by PMAF. View the advertisement prices in the Press Packet (pdf)
Prepress guide covers technical formatting of advertisements.
Information for authors. The papers to be published in Project Perspectives can be categorised as reviews or briefings of new knowledge for projects and their management. The editorial team shall decide the focus and theme of each issue. This is aimed for linking results from research and development to industries and their experts. It is also encouraged to have industrial papers explaining phenomena of nowadays' projects and describing different avenues of managing those projects. Categories of papers are i) Results from Research and Development, ii) Recent Practical Lessons, and iii) Stories of Live Projects. Typical size of papers to be accepted for publication is 2000 - 3000 words. This is less than the size of full-scale scientific papers although it is expected that the authors can communicate the messages with well-grounded logical presentation with supporting evidence. It is also expected that the background and other contextual surroundings of the paper is presented with adequate references. Papers with commercial messages or emphasis shall not be published. Editorial board of Project Perspectives publication shall review all papers first by evaluation the content and fit of each paper to our publication. The authors shall receive the results of this review. Additionally the papers accepted for publication as such or after changes shall be objects for technical review. Technical review can end up in minor changes concerning e.g. conflicting expressions/concepts, spelling mistakes or references. Technical changes are not supposed to have any effect on the main content or messages of the papers.
Copyright notice. Copyright of the Project Perspectives is fully owned by the publishers, which reserve all rights to the published material as defined in the following. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publishers. All articles in Project Perspectives represent the views of the authors and are not necessary those of PMAF.
Submissions. Manuscripts should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief in electronic format by E-mail. Prepress guide provides information about the format of manuscripts.
Time table. Material delivery deadline is 13th of May and date of publication is 15th of June 2012.