Research Talks: How Half Double is truly different from other project standards

Join us at the webinar on May 19th as we dive into the newest research about the effects of Half Double and reveal what elements really make the methodology stand out from the crowd.

What really sets The Half Double Methodology apart from other project management methodologies is the fact that it was co-created together with experienced project management researchers.

These researchers have ever since Half Double was launched, followed, and documented the effects of the methodology in projects and organizations.

They just published a new report this spring and in a series of webinars we dive into the key findings from their research.

This first webinar in the series, will cover:

  • A brief introduction to the core elements of Half Double
  • Findings on main differentiator in Half Double compared to other project management methodologies.
  • Perspectives on what elements of the methodology that really makes the big difference in practices.

So, if you want to know what makes Half Double so different from other project management methodologies, and what elements and principles that really generates more impact and effect in your projects, then join us, as we will share all interesting findings with you!


Per Svejvig
Per Svejvig is an Associate Professor and Head of Project Organizing and Management Research Group at Aarhus University, Denmark. Per Svejvig has for several years together with a team dedicated his research to the application and effects of the Half Double Methodology.

Michael Ehlers
Michael Ehlers is Partner at Implement Consulting Group. Michael is one of the Founding fathers of the Half Double methodology and the main driver of Half Double Institute for the last 5 years.

Language: English

The webinar is hosted online. 

Link will be sent out prior to event start.


Date and time is CET.

Event information


19 May, 2021


09:00 - 10:10


The webinar is hosted online. 

Link will be sent out prior to event start.


Date and time is CET.