Webinar presenting Project Half Double Research


Discover the Impact: Validated Research Findings on the Half Double Method

The Half Double Institute invites you to a highly informative webinar where Associate Professor Per Svejvig will unveil the findings of an extensive eight-year research endeavour dedicated to assessing the effectiveness and influence of the Half Double Methodology. This enlightening session will delve into core questions, shedding light on the practicality and impact of the Half Double Method in various project settings and organizational contexts.

Key Questions to be Explored in this Webinar:

  • Does the Half Double Methodology genuinely make a difference?
  • Are Half Double Projects synonymous with success?
  • What are the specific contexts and characteristics of successful Half Double projects?
  • Can small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) harness the potential of the Half Double Methodology?

A Data-Driven Approach 

Half Double Methodology is a hybrid project management methodology that is simple and adaptable, and therefore suitable for use in combination with other project methodologies already in use in organizations. 

From its inception, the Half Double Methodology has been rooted in data-driven decision-making. To assess its real-world impact, we partnered with Aarhus University that enlisted the expertise of Associate Professor Per Svejvig, a renowned researcher in the field of project management. Just recently, Per Svejvig published an in-depth evaluation spanning eight years, gathering insights from 28 Half Double projects and comparing them with 88 reference projects. 

Join Us

This is the first time that the conclusions of this insightful evaluation will be presented by Associate Professor Per Svejvig to a larger audience of managers and experts within project, program, and portfolio management, and we hope to see you too!

Sign up now for this 45-minute exploration of the Half Double Methodology's impact on the world of project management.

Time of event is 16.00-16.45 CET

Registration is free - sign up here.

Language: English

The event is hosted virtually.

Event information


1 November, 2023


16:00 - 16:45


The event is hosted virtually.