Kam Jugdev holds a PhD in Project Management (Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary), Master of Engineering in Project Management (University of Calgary), Master of Health Services Administration (University of Alberta), and two undergraduate science degrees.
Kam enjoys writing and teaching courses and is experienced in both online and face-to-face formats. She has taught project management professional (PMP) certification courses, and provides both consulting services and customized courses in project management to industry.
Kam’s research interests include project management as a source of competitive advantage, workplace learning as applied to project lessons learned, project success/failure, and faculty development.
Kam has supervised over 24 Applied Project students and over 20 graduate students at other universities.
Research Grants (2004 - 2013)
Kam’s grant funding totals $278,091 and includes two grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, as well as funding from the Project Management Insitute (2012) to study Organizational Enablers for Organizational Project Management. Organizational enablers focus on the board and executive level.
- Academy of Management Perspectives
- Management Research Review
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
- Administrative Sciences Association of Canada
- International Review of Research on Open and Distance Learning journal
- International Journal of Project Management
- IEEE Engineering Management Journal
- International Journal of Managing Projects in Business