P035 - Governance, trust and ethics

Complete title:

Governance, trust and ethics in Project organisations

Project Managers:

Professor Erling S Andersen, Norwegian School of Management BI

Professor II Ralf Müller, Norwegian School of Management BI and Umeå School of Business, Sweden

Project Coworkers:

Professor J. Rodney Turner, SKEMA Business School, Lille, France

Professor Bjørn Andersen, NTNU

Associate professor Øyvind Kvalnes, Norwegian School of Management BI

Associate professor Kristian Alm, Norwegian School of Management BI

Associate professor Shankar Sankaran, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Professor Derek Walker, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

Participating organisations and financing parties:

Statoil

Gassco

Norwegian Defence


Time periode:

February 2010 – August 2011

Purpose and objectives:

To make people aware that there are ethical dilemmas to be addressed on projects and within project-based organizations

To make companies aware of the impact of governance structures on the ethical behaviour of people working on projects and within project-based organizations

To make people aware of the implications of the impact of governance structures and ethical behaviour of the trust between projects and their stakeholders.

Potential deliverables:

Articles in international journals and conference papers.

Guidelines for managers on the implications of governance structures on trust and ethics, and on structures that can be adopted.

Seminars for managers in the case study companies and member organizations of NSP.

Web page:

No separate web page.

Contact:

Professor Erling S. Andersen

Downloadable documents: