Dr. Stanislaw Gasik appointed PMWJ Honorary Industry Advisor

Global expert on public programs and project management joins honorary advisory team for PM World Journal and Library

25 March 2024 – Dallas, TX, USA and Warsaw, Poland – PM World has announced the appointment of Stanislaw Gasik, PhD as an honorary industry advisor for the PM World Journal (PMWJ) and PM World Library (PMWL). Dr. Gasik is an internationally recognized project management expert and one of the world’s leading authorities on project management in government.

Stanisław Gasik, PhD, PMP graduated from the University of Warsaw, Poland, with M. Sc. in mathematics and Ph. D. in organization sciences (with a specialty in project management). Stanisław has over 30 years of experience in project management, consulting, teaching, and implementing PM organizational solutions. His professional and research interests include project knowledge management, portfolio management, and project management maturity.

Since 2013, his main professional focus has been on public projects. He was a member of a project management experts panel for the Governmental Accountability Office, an institution of the US Congress. He is the author of “Projects, Government, and Public Policy,” (CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, 2023) a book that systematizes knowledge about government activities in the area of project management. He is the author of the only holistic model of project knowledge management spanning from the individual to the global level.

Stanislaw was a significant contributor to PMI’s PMBOK® Guide, the PMI Standard for Program Management and other PMI standards. He has lectured at global PMI and IPMA congresses and other international conferences. Dr. Gasik has also authored many articles and papers for the PMWJ, including a series of articles in 2023/24 titled “Let’s Talk About Public Projects”, which can be found in the PM World Library here.

See his honorary advisor profile at https://pmworldlibrary.net/stanislaw-gasik-phd/

According to PMWJ editor David Pells, “Stan Gasik has been researching and writing about project management in government for many years, during which we have published many of his articles and papers.  Having more than 20 years of government program experience myself, I have come to highly respect his knowledge about public PM.  He’s truly a global resource for governments everywhere.”

Dr. Gasik stated, “It is an honor to be invited to join such a prestigious group.  I have been reading the PM World Journal for more than ten years and was happy to contribute a series of articles last year. I think the PMWJ is one of the most international project management publications, so even more interesting for me for sharing public project management best practices.”

Pells added, “I hope Dr. Gasik can help us attract more readers who work on government programs and projects. He has uncovered and written about many good practices that can help public project managers be more successful.  We will continue to publish his work so more project officials and contractors around the world can benefit.”

PM World engages with academic, industry and professional leaders in various countries to support the organization’s dual missions of advancing knowledge sharing and continuous learning related to modern program and project management. To see all current honorary Industry advisors, visit https://pmworldlibrary.net/honorary-industry-advisors/

About PM World

Based in the United States, PM World (PMW) works with a network of advisors, authors, correspondents and organizations worldwide. PMW produces and publishes the PM World Journal (PMWJ) (registered with the U.S. Library of Congress: ISSN 2330-4480), a web-based monthly publication featuring dozens of articles, papers, reports and other works about projects and project management around the world. PMW also maintains the PM World Library (PMWL), a global resource for knowledge sharing and continuous learning in programme and project management.  To see the latest edition, go to www.pmworldjournal.com. To learn more, visit www.pmworldlibrary.net.