Vittal Anantatmula

 

Vittal S. Anantatmula

Associate Professor

Director, Project Management Programs

vittal@wcu.edu

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Journal Publications

  • Fan Y. and Anantatmula V. (2012). Upward Influence to Overcome Hierarchical Authority Expectations: A New Approach for Stakeholder Management. Journal of Construction Engineering and Project Management. 2(2), 28-35.
  • Fan Y. Anantatmula V., and Nixon M. (2012). Impact of National Culture on the Trust-building Process: Case Study of an Arab-Chinese Joint Venture. International Journal of Management. 29(3-2), 332-346.
  • Anantatmula V. and Srivastav B. (2012). Evolution of Project Teams for Generation Y Workforce. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 5(1), 9-25
  • Steffey W. R. and Anantamula V. (2011). International Projects Proposal Analysis: Risk Assessment Using Radial Maps. Project Management Journal, 42(3), 62-74.
  • Robichaud L and Anantatmula V. (2011). Greening Project Management Practices for Sustainable Construction. Journal of Management in Engineering, 27(1), 48-57.
  • Anantatmula V. (2010). Impact of Cultural Differences on Knowledge Management in Global Projects. The VINE: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, 40(3/4), 239-253.
  • Adams S. and Anantatmula V. (2010). Social and Behavioral Influences on Project Team Process. Project Management Journal, 41(4), 89-98.
  • Anantatmula V. and Thomas M. (2010). Managing Global Projects: A Structured Approach for Better Performance. Project Management Journal, 40(2), 60-72.
  • Anantatmula V. and Kanungo S. (2010). Modeling Enablers for Successful KM Implementation. Journal of Knowledge Management 14(1), 100-113.
  • Anantatmula V. (2010). Project Manager Leadership Role in Improving Project Performance. Engineering Management Journal, 22 (1), 13-22.
  • Anantatmula V. (2010). Project Planning Techniques for Academic Planning and Learning. Submitted to the MountainRise: International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Spring 2010, 6(1), 1-21.
  • Anantatmula V. (2009). Designing Meaningful KM Processes to Improve Organizational Learning. Trends in Information Management, 5(2).
  • Gray J. and Anantatmula (2009). Managing Six Sigma Projects through the Integration of Six Sigma and Project Management Processes. International Journal of Six Sigma and Competitive Advantage, 5(2), 127-143.
  • Anantatmula V. (2008). Leadership Role in Making Effective Use of KM. The VINE: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, 38(4), 445-460.
  • Anantatmula V. and Kanungo S. (2008). Role of IT and KM in Improving Project Management Performance. The VINE: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, 38(3), 357-369.
  • Anantatmula V. (2008). Applying Project Management Concepts to Academic Planning: Undergraduate Degree as a Case Study. The Journal of Academic Administration in Higher Education, Spring 2008, 4(1), 37-46.
  • Anantatmula V. (2008). Role of Technology in Project Manager Performance Model. Project Management Journal, 39(1), 34-48.
  • Anantatmula V. and Stankosky M. (2008). KM Criteria for Different Types of Organizations. International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, 4(1), 18-35.
  • Han B and Anantatmula (2007). Knowledge Sharing in Large IT Organizations: A Case Study. The VINE: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, 37(4), 421-439.
  • Anantatmula V. (2007). Linking KM Effectiveness Attributes to Organizational Performance. The VINE: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, 37(2), 133-149.
  • Anantatmula V. and Kanungo S. (2006). Structuring the Underlying Relations among the Knowledge Management Outcomes. Journal of Knowledge Management, 10 (4), 25-42.
  • Anantatmula V. (2005, April-June). Outcomes of Knowledge Management Initiatives. International Journal of Knowledge Management, 1(2), 50-67.

Funded Research

  • College of Business, Western Carolina University ($5000)
    Exploring Causal Relations Between Project Management Maturity and Project Success
  • PMI funded project ($41,000).
    The Effects of Cultural Perspectives on Perceptions of IS/IT Project Success and Failure – collaborative research by 6 researchers from different parts of the world.

IEEE Digital Library Electronic Journal (peer-reviewed)

  • Anantatmula V. and Kanungo S. (2007). Modeling Enablers for Successful KM Implementation HICSS40. 0-7695-2755-8/07, IEEE Computer Society.
  • Han B and Anantatmula V. (2006). Knowledge Management from Employees’ Perspective in IT organizations. HICSS39, IEEE Computer Society, 0-7695-2507-5/06, IEEE, 1-9.
  • Anantatmula V. and Kanungo S. (2005). Role of IS and KM in Project Performance. IEMC2005, 0-7803-9139-X/05, IEEE Computer Society, 599-603.
  • Anantatmula V. and Kanungo S. (2005). Establishing and Structuring Criteria for Measuring Knowledge Management Efforts.  HICSS38. 0-7695-2268-8/05, IEEE Computer Society, 1-11.

Technical Paper (Special Feature; Non-refereed)

  • Suprick J. and Anantatmula V. (2010). Project Managing Your Single Largest Investment: A Guide to Building Your Own Home.  Cost Engineering Journal, 52(4), 17-23.

 

 

 

Updated: 17 April 2012

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