PM Theory 2.0, aka PMT 2.0

Dr. Abu Fofana has investigated the causes of project, program, and information technology management success and failure and found solutions that amplify the chance of delivering programs and projects, maximizing the return of capital, and sustaining organizational competitiveness in the 21st Century global marketplace. Copies of his doctoral dissertation Exploring New Theory of Project Management (PMT 2.0) Due to Projectification, Programification, and Globalization Escalation (PPGE) is published. It’s available to all.

Dr. Abu Fofana observed, firsthand, the plethora of activities that PPGE-based organizational leaders manage every day when he became a director of project management and subsequently chief operations officer at a construction company with satellite locations in multiple countries. Even though he had a Master of Project Management degree and had a great deal of knowledge and experience in PM success areas, the application of PM tools and templates was not adequate to predict the behavior of complex and uncertain events. The lack of a complete body of knowledge system capable of undergirding PM practitioners to predict complex PM phenomena drove and motivated Dr. Fofana to explore the development of PMT 2.0.

The actual book, PMT 2.0, will be available this time next year. Various industries, including construction, Education, Healthcare, IT, Management, and Pharmaceutics, are testing the PM theory 2.0 (PMT 2.0)  

To access the Doctoral Oral Defense transcript, go to

ProQuest is the distributor of the dissertation.You may choose from either unbound, shrink-wrapped print copies, or PDF files. ProQuest delivers Unbound print copies within three to five business days. ProQuest may charge a retail price of $41.00 plus shipping and handling cost. Fifty percent (50%) of any book sales, now and in the future, will go to managing PMSURI and PSU. Moral or financial contribution is welcomed.

Here are pieces of information you need to order:  
: Exploring New Theory in Project Management Field Due to Projectification, Programification, and Globalization Escalation
Author: Fofana, Abu Mohammed
Publication Number: 10792958

  Click here to order. 

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