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Haukur Ingi Jónasson, Assistant Professor

School:School of Science and Engineering 
Location:Finance Engineering and Engineering Management 
Office hours:By appointment (send me an email!) 
Phone:   Mobile: 8616887 
Email:haukuringiru.is 
Website:http://www.ru.is/starfsfolk/haukuringi

Curriculum Vitae

2006 Ph.D. from Union Theological Seminary in New York in the field of Psychiatry and Religion. 

2001-(ongoing) Master of Business Administration (MBA) studies at Hariott-Watts, Edinburgh Graduate School of Business.

1998-2001 Post-Master psychotherapy and psychoanalytical training. Three year clinical training at The Harlem Family Institute in New York. Graduation June 5, 2001. Certified Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychotherapy.

1999-2000 Clinical Pastoral Education (C.P.E.) at Lennox Hill Hospital and The HealthCare Chaplaincy Inc. in New York. 2 units: 800 clinical hours. Hospital Chaplain in training at The Reykjavík City Hospital: 800 clinical hours. Equivalent of two Clinical Pastoral Education (C.P.E.) units. 

1999-2000 Sacred Theology Master (S.T.M.) in the field of “Psychiatry and Religion” from Union Theological Seminary. Thesis: On Conscience, Theological and Therapeutic Implications.

1988-1994 Candidatus Teologie (Cand. Theol.) from the Department of Theology of the University of Iceland. Various courses in philosophy (Department of Philosophy) clinical psychology (Department of Psychology) and psychiatry and neurology (Department of Medicine) at the University of Iceland.

1986-1987 Undergraduate business studies at Indiana University School of Business, Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.A.

1982-1986 Stúdentspróf (College degree) from Menntaskólinn við Sund College, Department of Economics. 


Career

2011-present Director of the Master of Project Management (MPM) Program of Reykjavik University. Assistant Professor of Leadership, Management and Organization Behavior at the School of Science and Engineering and Reykjavik University. The MPM program moved from University of Iceland over to Reykjavik University in 2011.

2004-2011 Founder and Director of the Master of Project Management (MPM) Program at the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, at the University of Iceland. Assistant Professor of Management, Leadership and Organizational Behavior at the Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the School of Engineering and Natrual Sciences, at the University of Iceland.

2002- present Founder, partner and senior counsultant at Nordica Consultant Group ehf.

2004-present  Member of the Advisory Board of Directors at HF-Investments hf. (Icelandic securities brokerage and corporate advisory firm and a licensed member of NASDAQ OMX exchange in Reykjavík), Iceland.  

2004-2005 Plastprent hf. / Board of Directors (Plastic-bag manufacturer with operations in Iceland, Latvia and Lithuania).

2003-2008  Psychoanalyst in private practice at The Icelandic Psychoanalytical Institute ehf. Þerapeia Psychiatric Center, Suðurgata 12, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland.

2003-2004 Consultant for Solarplexus ehf. (Health and Security Consultants) Reykjavík, Iceland.

2002-present Occasional freelance mountainguide for the Icelandic touring association (FÍ) and Útivist-travel association Iceland.

2001-2002 Hospital chaplain (trauma and grief work) at Landspítali-Háskólasjúkrahús (Icelandic University Hospital), Reykjavík, Iceland.

1998-2001 Therapist and psychoanalyst in training at The Harlem Family Institute, Harlem, New York City, NY, USA.

1999 summer Hospital chaplain at The Reykjavík City Hospital, Iceland.

1997-1999 Hospital chaplain at Lennox Hill Hospital, New York City, NY, USA.

1996-1998 General Secretary of the Youth Council of Reykjavík Deanaries and a representative for Iceland at the Ecumenical Youth Council in Europe (EYCE).

1993-1995 Director of Langholts Church congregational programs, Reykjavík, Iceland.

1993 Editor, Ordid, Theological Journal, Reykjavík, Iceland.

1989 summer Executive manager for the fundraising lottery of the Icelandic Heart Association, Reykjavík, Iceland.

1988-1989 Freelance writing for Heilsuvernd (Wellbeing, Health Care Magazine), Iceland.

1987-1988 Accounting and consultancy for Eggert B. Ólafssonar hdl. Law Firm, Reykjavík, Iceland.

1987 summer Assistant accountant for General Motors, Reykjavík, Iceland.

1986 summer  Car Salesman at Bílvangur s.f. (The General Motors, Izuzu and Opel dealer) in Reykjavík, Iceland.

 

RU teaching record

2019-1T-888-MPMTFinal Project
2019-1T-877-VEFSPM in Diverse Cultural Settings
2019-1T-875-ADPSAdvanced project simulations
2018-3T-857-SDIVProject Negotiation, Conflicts and Crisis
2018-3T-763-VELEProject Leadership: Understanding of Self, Growth and Development
2018-1L-407-FJA5Private Law V - Project Based Course
2018-1T-889-MPMTFinal Project
2018-1T-773-VEAFProject Teams and Group Dynamics
2017-3T-751-NYSKInnovation and Strategy
2017-3T-757-SDIVProject Negotiations: Negotiation, Conflict and Crisis
2017-3T-857-SDIVProject Negotiation, Conflicts and Crisis
2017-3T-763-VELEProject Leadership: Understanding of Self, Growth and Development
2017-1T-889-MPMTFinal Project
2017-1T-879-VEFRProject Management in Divers Cultural Contexts
2017-1T-773-VEAFProject Teams and Group Dynamics
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Teaching outside RU

2011-present       Director of the Master of Project Management (MPM) Program of Reykjavik University. Assistant Professor of Leadership, Management and Organization Behavior at the School of Science and Engineering and Reykjavik University.

2010-present       Research associate at the Center for Innovation and Applied Technology, Albert Nerken School of Engineering, The Cooper Union, New York

2004-2011         Assistant Professor of Management, Leadership and Organizational Behavior at the Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the School of Engineering and Natrual Sciences, at the University of Iceland.  Courses taught:  

  • Corporate Management – Masters level (6ECTS).   Once a year. 
  • Project Management II- Masters level (6ECTS).     Once a year.

2007-2011         Director of the Orientation Program for incoming students at the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences at the University of Iceland.

2009-2011         Director of an interdisciplinary program on Academic Leadership and the Project Management of Research Projects, for Ph.D. students of all fileds at the University of Iceland.

2004-present       Founder and Director of the Master of Project Management (M.P.M.) Program at the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, at the University of Iceland. Courses taught once a year:

  • Project Leadership: Self, Growth and Development - Masters level (6ECTS). 
  • Project Leadership: Project Ethics - Masters level (3ECTS).    
  • Project Negotiation: Negotiation, Conflict and Crisis - Masters level (4ECTS).     
  • Consultancy: Organizational Behavior and Development - Masters level (6ECTS).
  • Project Teams: Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Relations - Masters level (6ECTS).  
  • Project Management in Diverse Cultural Settings - Masters level (6ECTS).          

2008-2009         M.B.A. program at the School of Social Sciences, Department of Business, University of Iceland. Courses taught:

  • Spring 2009: Creativity in Management - Masters level (6ECTS).
  • Spring 2008: Creativity in Management - Masters level (6ECTS).
  • Fall 2008: Interpersonal Skills and Communication - Masters level (2ECTS).

2008                   Department of Theology, University of Iceland.

  • Leadership and Organizational Theory for Ministers - Masters level (4ECTS). 
  • Psychoanalysis and Christian Faith - Masters level (6ECTS).

2005-present  Designer and director of a diploma program in Project Management and Leadership (24ETCS) Center for Continuing Education, University of Iceland, in cooperation with Nordica Consulting Group ehf. Courses taught once a year:

  • Leadership Competence (6ECTS).                                              
  • Communication Competence (6ECTS).  

2002-2005       Designer and director of a diploma program in Project Management and Leadership (24ETCS) at the Center for Continuing Education, University of Iceland, in cooperation with Nordica Consulting Group ehf. Courses taught:

  • Leadership and Cooperation. 
  • Personal Strategic Planning.
  •  Self-Management.
  •  Human Development.
  • Higher order thinking: Creative, Logical and Ethical Thinking.
  • Community of Inquiry and Democratic Decision Making Tools.
  • Listening Skills.
  • Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Relations.
  • Personal Evaluation.
  • Management and Culture.
  • Team Motivation.
  • Negotiation.
  • Conflict Management.

2005-2007         University of Bifröst School of Commerce, Borgarfjörður, Iceland. Courses taught:

  • Planning and Project Management - Masters level (3ECTS).
  • Negotiation (2ECTS) - Masters level.

1994-1995         Lecturer at Menntaskólinn við Sund College, Reykjavík, Iceland.

  • Theology and Philosophy.

1988-1989         Lecturer at Menntaskólinn við Sund College, Reykjavík, Iceland.

  • Macroeconomics.

Publications

Book: Matilda Gregersdóttir, Arnór Már Másson og Haukur Ingi Jónasson, Markþjálfun (Coaching), JPV 2012. (200 pages).

Book: Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, and Ingason, Helgi Thor, Project Ethics, United Kingdom 2013. (200 pages). 

Book: Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, and Ingason, Helgi Thor, Communication, JPV Publishing, Reykjavik 2011. (250 pages).

Book: Ingason, Helgi Thor, and Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, Project Management, JPV Publishing, Iceland, 2011. (200 pages).

Yngvi Yngvason, Haukur Ingi Jonasson, Helgi Thor Ingason (2012). Jesus as a Project Manager (2012)  26th World Congress of the International Project Management Association (IPMA), Greece, Oct 29-31, 2012. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Volume 74, 29 March 2013, Pages 398–407. Selected papers from the 26th IPMA (International Project Management Association), World Congress, Crete, Greece, 2012.

Kolbrun Hlin Hloðversdottir, Helgi Thor Ingason, Haukur Ingi Jonasson (2012). The Status of Project Management within a City Hall of a European Capital. 26th World Congress of the International Project Management Association (IPMA), Greece, Oct 29-31, 2012. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 74, 29 March 2013, Pages 305–315. Selected papers from the 26th IPMA (International Project Management Association), World Congress, Crete, Greece, 2012.

Book: Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, and Ingason, Helgi Thor, Leadership, JPV Publishing, Reykjavik 2011.

Book: Ingason, Helgi Thor, and Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, Strategy, JPV Publishing, Reykjavik, 2011.

Haukur Ingi Jonasson & Helgi Thor Ingason, “Project Management for Democracy”, Interdiciplinary Perspectives om Project Management, Proceedings of a confernce at The University of Helsinki 12 jan -14 jan 2011.

Ingason H.Th. & Jonasson H.I. Project Management for Democracy: A Case Study from the National Assembly 2009 in Iceland. Proceedings of the IRNOP 2011 conference, Montreal, Canada.

2010

Translation of Ann Belford Ulanov’s “The Christian Fear of the Psyche” published as a chapter in Steinar Örn Atlason (ed.) On Psychoanalysis, University of Iceland Press, 2010.

Jonasson, Haukur Ingi and Ingason, Helgi Thor, “Project Management for Democracy” in The Book on the National Assembly 2009, The Anthill, 2010. 

Ingason, Helgi Thor, Hafliðason, Tómas, and Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, “Project Community of Inquiry: Lessons Learned in Project Management Redefined” in the Proceedings of the IPMA World Congress, Istanbul, Turkey, Nov. 2010.

Ingason, Helgi Thor and Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, “Are the Ministries Project Management Mature Enough? The Case from Iceland,” in the Proceedings of the IPMA World Congress, Istanbul, Turkey, Nov. 2010.

Ingason, Helgi Thor, Hafliðason, Tómas, and Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, “Communication and Trust in Distributed Project Teams,” in Perspectives in Project Management, The Annual Publication of International Project Management Association, Vol. XXXII, ISSN 1455-4178, 2010.

2009

Álitsgerð um frumvarp til laga um siðareglur fyrir ráðherra og starfsfólk forsætisráðuneytisins, unnið fyrir Forsætisráðuneytið (Evaluation of a law in making defining ethical codes for the ministers and officials of the Icelandic government,) November 2009. Professional Report.

Ingason, Helgi Thor and Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, “Contemporary Knowledge and Skill Requirements in Project Management,” in the Project Management Journal, The Project Management Institute, Wiley, Vol. 40, No. 2, 59-69. June 2009.

Ingason Helgi Thor, Hafliðason, Tómas, and Jónasson, Haukur Ingi, “Communication and Trust in Distributed Project Teams,” in Proceedings of the IPMA World Congress, Helsinki Finland, June 2009.

“The Economy of Mind” interview with Dr. Ann Belford Ulanov, Vidskiptablaðið, 2009.  

“Religion and Business” interview with Dr. Lisa Cataldo, Frettablaðið, 2009.

Haukur Ingi Jónasson, “Veit andinn af efninu?” (“Does the spirit know the matter?”). Chapter in the book Veit efnið af andanum (Does the matter know the spirit?”). University of Iceland Press, Reykjavík, 2009.

2008

“The Relevance of Ethical Theory for Project Managementin Project Management Ethics, published by the International Project Management Association (IPMA), 2008.  

2006

“Hugvit, siðvit, verksvit” (“Creative, Ethical and Critical Thinking”) in Árbók verkfræðingafélagins (The Annual Journal of the Engieering Association in Iceland), Reykjavík, 2006.

In a Land of a Living God: The Healing Imagination and the Icelandic Heritage, UMI. Dissertation Services. Ann Arbor Michigan, 2006.

2005 and older 

“Óttinn við sálina,” (“The Fear of the Psyche”), in Ritið (journal published by the School of the Humanities of the University of Iceland), University of Iceland Publishing, Reykjavík 2005.

“Abundant Living and the Role of the Church,” in Grettir, Independent Theological Journal, 2005.

“AIDS: Ethical Considerations and Pastoral Care,” (photocopied at the University/National Library of Iceland), Mastersthesis.

“Empathy is the Key,” interview with Dr. Esther Menaker on her last year, Morgunbladid, 2002.

“The Theatre of the Life,” interview with Dr. Halldór Hannsen M.D. at his death bed, Morgunbladid, 2001.

“Paul Tillich: The Meaning of Health,” in Orðið, Reykjavík, 1993. Translation.

“Thomas Keating: Open Mind, Open Heart,” in Orðið, Reykjavík, 1993. Translation.