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John Wyzalek, PfMP uses portfolio management in his position as Senior Acquisitions Editor at Taylor & Francis, where he acquires, edits, and markets lines of books on project, program, and portfolio management, as well as information technology and software engineering. His publication lines include books for professionals, textbooks, certification guides, and encyclopedias. H e is also editor and Web master of the on-line magazine IT Performance Improvement. He published Green Project Management, which won the David I . Cleland Project Management Literature Award in 2011. Prior to Taylor & Francis, he was a book editor at Artech House and Computing McGraw-Hill. His career in publishing began as a reporter for the Today Newspaper, which serves communities in Northern New Jersey. Subsequently, he edited the magazines Computer Products and Fiberoptic Product News. He was also the editor of the journal Information Systems Management for Warren Gorham & Lamont and Taylor & Francis.Mr. Wyzalek is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in project management at SKEMA University, Lille, France. He earned PfMP certification from the Project Management Institute during the pilot program for the certificate. He holds a Master of Computer Science Degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Arts Honors Degree from McGill University, where he studied German language and literature, as well as computer science.
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The implementation of an IT service catalog is an important step in transforming from a technology-oriented organization into a service-oriented organization. The service catalog is a vehicle used to communicate and provide clarity to constituents about the IT services available to them, to help improve customer relations by sharing information and setting expectations, and to improve service portfolio planning so IT investments and activities better align with university needs. This working group paper outlines a standard higher education model service catalog that can be used by institutions implementing a new catalog or revising an existing one.
We surveyed the opinions of portfolio managers with respect to ESG integration using an online questionnaire. The questionnaire was deployed in 2013 among a group of prospective portfolio managers maintained by the sponsor of this study, TKP Investments. TKP Investments is a leading Dutch fiduciary pension fund manager, responsible for the implementation and management of investment strategies for pension funds. The list of prospective managers is a long-list of managers who are monitored by TKP Investments as potential future portfolio managers for its customers. The questionnaire was sent to 251 fund managers and their team of which 14 are under contract and 237 under research at TKP Investments. Initially 83 funds filled out the questionnaire. After a follow-up email this number increased to 126, resulting in an response rate of 50 %. The questions referred to the status with respect to ESG related issues in 2012 (the full questionnaire is included in Appendix 1).
Domicile of the manager also affects the perceived consequences of SRI for portfolio construction and management. In Panel B of Table 7, we observe that U.K. managers rely more on red flagging as a tool to implement SRI, whereas European managers rely more on limiting the investment universe. The idea the SRI poses an alternative framing of fundamental analysis finds most support in the U.K., whereas European managers attach more value to stock monitoring. In all, our findings regarding the impact of domicile of asset managers suggest that SRI cannot be understood in isolation from contextual factors. This conclusion aligns with that of Gjølberg (2009) about CSR.