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Looking to partner with one or more coauthors
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I am very interested in the opportunity to contribute to the existing PM knowledge by publishing an article(s), white paper, or possibly even conduct a study. I am PMO director with a lot of change management experience and would be very interested in topics around change management, talent, and the recent call for papers around career systems for PM's. I am definitely also open to other topics of interest as well.

Are there any other professionals or researchers out there that would be interested in partnering up? Ideally you have some experience in getting published since I do not, but having good ideas and writing skills is probably more than enough for us to partner together.
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I could partner with you how can we communicate?
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I have some experience in sharing material and reaching an broad audience
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This is an old thread, but I am in a similar situation, looking for ideas on an Academic Paper in Project Management. I do have a University contact I can use.
Did you guys end up completing your article/paper? If so, how did you go about selecting your topic? What lessons learned can you share?
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1 reply by Seif Eldin Soliman
Jul 11, 2019 4:07 PM
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Hi Samuel, I am very interested in creating an article , let me know if we can collaborate to create one

BR

Seif
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Jul 10, 2019 1:59 PM
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This is an old thread, but I am in a similar situation, looking for ideas on an Academic Paper in Project Management. I do have a University contact I can use.
Did you guys end up completing your article/paper? If so, how did you go about selecting your topic? What lessons learned can you share?
Hi Samuel, I am very interested in creating an article , let me know if we can collaborate to create one

BR

Seif

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