Kam Jugdev, PhD
- Title: Professor, Project Management and Strategy
- Phone: 403-301-2956
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kam enjoys working closely with students as well as writing and teaching courses in project management and strategy. She is experienced in both online and face-to-face formats and has supervised over 50 Applied Project students and a number of graduate students completing their MEng, MSc, PhD in project management at other universities. Kam has also taught project management professional (PMP) certification courses.
2003 Doctor of Philosophy, Schulich School of Engineering & Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary
1996 Project Management Professional (PMP)
1998 Masters of Engineering in Project Management (MEng), Civil Engineering, University of Calgary
1996 Information Technology Management Certificate, University of Calgary
1991 Masters of Health Services Administration (MHSA), University of Alberta
1988 Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN), University of Calgary
1978 Bachelor of Science in Cellular & Microbial Biology (BSc), University of Calgary
2014 – PRESENT
Perkins, D., Jugdev, K., & Mathur, G. (2018). Characteristics of project management assets and project management process outcomes: An exploratory factor analysis. International Journal of Information Technology Project Management, 9(1), 59-77.
Mathur, G., Jugdev, K., & Fung, T. (2014). The relationship between project management process characteristics and performance outcomes. Management Research Review, 37(11), 990-1015.
Jugdev, K., & Wishart, P. (2014). Mutual Caring-Resolving Habituation through Awareness: Supporting Meaningful Learning from Projects. Project Management Journal, 45(2), 66-82.
Drouin, N., & Jugdev, K. (2014). Standing on the shoulders of giants to advance organizational project management International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 7(1) 61-77.
Kineshanko, M., & Jugdev, K. (2018). Enhancing digital intelligence through communities of learning. In A. Khare & D. Hurst (Eds.), On the Line – Business Education in the Digital Age. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
Jugdev, K. (2017). Strengthening the Connections between Strategy and Organizational Project Management. In S. Sankaran, R. Muller, & N. Drouin (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Organizational Project Management: Cambridge University Press.
Jugdev, K. (2014). Project management: A strategic asset? In P. C. Dinsmore & J. Cabanis-Brewin (Eds.), The AMA Handbook of Project Management (4th ed., Vol. 1). New York, NY: AMACOM American Management Association
Jugdev, K. (2016). Book review: Digital Project Management: The Complete Step-By-Step Guide to a Successful Launch. Plantation, FL: J. Ross Publishing, Inc. Project Management Journal Online, 47(2).
Jugdev, K. (2014). Change, strategy and projects at work [Review of the book Change, strategy and projects at work by R. Jones, R & N. Murray, N. (1 ed., Routledge (2008)].
Jugdev, K., Cook, C., & Mathur, G. (2016, June 4-6). Determinants of Burnout, Engagement, Turnover, and Retention in Project Managers. Paper presented at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Edmonton, Alberta, CA.
Jugdev, K. (2015, June 13-16). Limitations and Implications of Project Management Institute’s Organizational Project Management Standard: a Content Analysis. Paper presented at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Halifax, NS.
Jugdev, K. (2014). From Burnout to Engagement in Project Managers. Paper presented at the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 21st Annual Conference, Las Vegas.
Jugdev, K. (2016, November 9). I’m Busy Working on My Dissertation… and You Want Me to Think about Project Management as Well? [Pro Skills Research seminar presentation, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Athabasca University]. Athabasca, AB.
Sankaran, S., Drouin, N., Jugdev, K., Killen, C., Aubry, M., Huemann, M., Clegg, S., & van Oorschot, K. (August 6-10, 2016). Organizational project management: Crafting an organizational view of project management. Professional development Workshop presented at the Making Organizations Meaningful, Anaheim, CA. The workshop was sponsored by the Technology in Management Division (primary sponsor), Strategy as Practice Interest Group, and Operations Management Division as secondary sponsors
Jugdev, K. (2014, November 28). The “F” in Group Work: Managing the Free Rider Problem [Faculty of Business Research seminar presentation, Athabasca University]. Athabasca, AB.
May, A., & Jugdev, K. (2014, September). Research Funding & Grant Writing Panel DBA Orientation & Research Workshop, Edmonton, AB: Athabasca University. This workshop was recorded using Adobe Connect for all the Faculty of Graduate Studies participants who attended online or to watch thereafter.
Rubric panel participant hosted by the Centre for Learning Design and Development (March 26, 2014)
Kam enjoys collaborating with students and colleagues through her research program. Her research spans project management as a source of competitive advantage, burnout in project managers, lessons learned, the free rider problem on projects, and project success/failure.
Kam’s grant funding totals $332,591 and includes two grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
2014-2015, 2018: Postsecondary Education Quality Assessment Board (PEQAB), Ontario: Program Reviewer
Current Professional Memberships
- Academy of Management
- Administrative Sciences Association of Canada
- Project Management Institute
- Academy of Management: Operations and Supply Chain Management
- Administrative Sciences Association of Canada: Management Education, Production & Operations Management
- IEEE Engineering Management Journal
- International Journal of Managing Projects in Business (Executive Editorial Board)
- International Journal of Project Management (Editorial Board)
- Journal of Engineering and Technology Management
- Management Research Review
- Project Management Journal