Rolf A. Lundin
Rolf A. Lundin got his PhD from the University of Chicago in 1973 in Management Science. He became a full professor in Business Administration in 1978 and he has been the dean of two business schools. When it comes to research he has been into projects and temporary organizations since the end of the 80s publishing a multitude of books and articles in that field. He initiated the very first IRNOP conference in 1994. In November 2010 he received the IPMA Research Achievement Award in recognition of his research in the project and temporary organization field. Currently he is a research professor in media management specifically in the area of TV production. On a more general level he has a profound interest in the mechanisms behind what has been called projectification of society. Where do the tendencies come from and what are the effects?