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Celebrate 30 years with IRNOP

A vibrant arena for scholars in project management and temporary organization.
Stockholm, 11–14 June, 2024

Welcome to the 15th IRNOP Conference

Arranged by KTH Royal Institute of Technology

We are excited to announce that the 15th IRNOP conference will be in Stockholm, Sweden on 11–14 June, 2024, with a  Doctorial symposium on June 11 June and a post conference activity on 14 June.

This years conference theme is Project Management in a Sustainable Future, which is particularly apt for this conference of applied research on Project Management and project-based organisations.

A conference characterised by: 

Informal, international, open, volunteer driven, affordable, independent, flexible and renewal oriented.

Important dates

  • Extended to 12 February 31 January 2024 : Submission of full papers
  • 14 March 2024: Notification of acceptance
  • 18 April 2024: Deadline for registration
  • 30 April 2024: Detailed program online
  • 11 June 2024: Doctoral symposium
  • 12–13 June 2024: Main conference
  • 14 June 2024: Post conference activity

Conference location

Program

  • 11 June 2024: Doctoral symposium
  • 12–13 June 2024: Main conference and Confence dinner
  • 14 June 2024: Post conference activity

Call for papers

2024 year's conference theme is Project Management in a Sustainable Future, which is particularly apt for this conference of applied research on project management and project-based organisations. There are also two sub themes. Welcome to submit a panel proposal or a paper presentation.

About the conference

The conference celebrates 30 years in 2024. Since the start IRNOP has been a network connecting scholars with a background in business, economics, engineering and other fields, with a common interest in projects, project organizations and temporary systems. 

Welcome to Stockholm – the Venice of the North

Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, situated on 14 islands where the lake Mälaren flows into the Baltic Sea. The city has a very high quality of life with a vibrant culture, acclaimed food scene, and proximity to nature. In summer the sun doesn’t set until late at night, offering a magical atmosphere.

Take the chance to visit Old Town (Gamla Stan) the Royal Palace (Kungliga Slottet), Skansen open-air museum, Vasa Museum housing the famous 17th century warship raised from the bottom of the sea and Abba The Museum.