Dr. Claudette Hajj, Laboratory Instructor at the Faculty of Engineering (FE) at Notre Dame University-Louaize (NDU), has recently been involved in a research study at the University of Granada, Spain, in collaboration with the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Actions (JMA.)
The JMA selects Professors at Higher Education institutions to promote the European Commission’s PM2, a project management methodology, in academic curricula. The present research project aims to establish a free, open-resource, and common project management framework in line with the JMA structure.
An expert in information technology, Dr. Hajj is collaborating with the JMA PM2EU+ Chair in publishing a book analyzing the various implications of the projectification of society. Her research model is based on a bibliometric analysis of the micro- and macro-levels of the economy, how it affects current social development, and its impact on issuing public policies.
Dr. Hajj’s continued involvement with Erasmus+ reinforces her dedication and contributions to several fields, all directed to improving the ethics, integrity, and overall quality of project management and its influence on our society. Congratulations to Dr. Hajj and good luck to her in her research endeavors.