PMI Denmark Chapter

PMI Denmark Chapter

COLOURBOX14949707PMI Denmark supports academic work and therefore we forward this invitation to participate in a survey on project work and its implications for the individual workers carried out at the University of Agder in Norway.

This is a research project on the consequences of project-based working on the individual project workers’ productivity and well-being.

The nature of project work has become more fluid, flexible and reactive, and for some project participants certainly more interesting. However, project work also can be challenging due to work overload, uncertainty and pressure. Such challenges may have negative effects on individuals involved in projects.

The survey is carried out by a research team of the School of Business and Law of the University of Agder, Kristiansand (Norway). The study seeks to systematically analyze both the positive and negative implications of project work for project staff. The results of the study can be used to improve project work practices in companies by reducing potentially unsustainable project-work situations and by supporting a productive project environment.

We ask for 10 minutes of your time to fill out the web-questionnaire by clicking on the following link:

All personal and company data will be treated as private and strictly confidential. The data will only be used for scientific purposes. Your responses will not be identified with you personally, nor will anyone be able to determine which company you work for.

The research team is happy to answer any question you may have.

Thank you very much for your participation!

Yours sincerely,

Markus Lie Aasland, Aleksander Halkjelsvik Aabel
Maria Velasco, Andreas Wald

Research team

University of Agder


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