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About Lynn Crawford

Bachelor of Architecture(Hons)- Sydney University
Master of Town & Country Planning- Sydney University
Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management- Mitchell CAE
Advanced Post Graduate Diploma in Management Consultancy- Henley Management College
Doctorate in Business Administration- Henley Management College/Brunel University
Lynn Crawford is involved in project management practice, education, and research and is Professor of Project Management at both the Lille Graduate School of Management (ESC Lille), France and Bond University, Australia. Through Human Systems, she works with leading corporations that are developing organizational project management competence by sharing and developing knowledge and best practices as members of a global system of project management knowledge networks. She is currently involved in ongoing research on project and program management competence, and specific research projects on management of business change and differences in project management practices across project types and industries. Lynn provided the Australian contribution to an internationally conducted project on The Value of Project Management and results of other completed research projects have been published as Project Categorization Systems: Aligning Capability with Strategy for Better Results, Situational sponsorship of projects and programs: an empirical review; and Exploring the Complexity of Projects: Implications of Complexity Theory for Project Management Practice. Professor Crawford has been actively engaged in the development of global standards for project management since the late 1990’s and has been instrumental in the formation of the Global Alliance for Project Performance Standards (GAPPS).


Present Adjunct Professor, Bond University

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Faculty of Business, Technology and Sustainable Development
Bond University QLD 4229
Phone: 2 9251 6907


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