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Author:Professor Nuno Gil; Dr. Colm Lundrigan, PhD; Professor Jeffrey K. Pinto; Professor Phanish Puranam
Description:Megaproject Organization and Performance: The Myth and Political Reality delves into the complex world of organizing megaprojects and investigates the extent to which the performance of these projects could be traced back to their organizational structure.
This in-depth study brings a complementary perspective to megaproject literature and enables us to reconcile conflicting explanations for the regularity with which megaprojects miss performance targets. With pluralism at the core of the megaproject’s organizational structure, the authors argue that megaprojects work best when accountability is shared and everyone has a stake in the final outcome.
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Author:Rodney Turner, DPhil; Martina Huemann, PhD; Anne Keegan, PhD
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Human Resource Management (HRM) in project-oriented organizations is a relatively unexplored topic though it is essential to the success of the organization and its competitive advantage. Project-oriented organizations operate differently from classic business organizations in that they adopt temporary organizations in the form of projects and programs, therefore the HRM approach they adopt should support this unique structure. Human Resource Management in the Project-Oriented Organization takes a look at the multiple facets of HRM and how HRM should be applied in project-oriented organizations.
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Author:Aaron J. Shenhar, Dragan Milosevic, Dov Dvir, Hans Thamhain
Description:Organizations often focus on short-term results, such as immediate financial goals. However, projects are expected to achieve results that link back to an organization’s overall business strategy. This apparent discrepancy led researchers to ask: What does it mean to link project management strategy to business strategy?
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Author:Young Hoon Kwak, PhD Frank T. Aanbari, PhD, PMP
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Impact on Project Management of Allied Disciplines is a collection of academic studies related to trends in allied disciplines of project management and how they might significantly impact project management in the future.
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Author:Ole Jonny Klakegg, Terry Williams, Ole Morten Magnussen
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Governance Frameworks for Public Project Development and Estimation includes a thorough investigation into theoretical perspectives and theories, mainly from economy and social sciences. Thirty-two aspects of theory are assessed, and it is indicated whether each framework design seems to have put weak or strong emphasis on each of these aspects. The purpose of the report is to seek better understanding of how the governance framework and the projects interact and how the framework influences the project.
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Author:Svetlana Cicmil, PhD, Terry Cooke-Davies, PhD, Lynn Crawford, DBA and Kurt Richardson, PhD
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Exploring the Complexity of Projects: Implications of Complexity Theory for Project Management Practice explores the process and findings of the implications of the complexity theory for project management theory and practice. The golden triangle (project deadline, budget and output) makes the standard definition of project management processes, skills and knowledge paradoxical and divorced from practice. This monograph contains research of management processes and capabilities in innovative project settings and highlights the challenges in contemporary project management practice.
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Author:Nicholas Clarke, PhD and Ranse Howell
Description:Project professionals who have high levels of emotional intelligence are often said to be more successful, both in their projects and in their careers. To succeed in today’s project environment, technical skills aren’t enough. Working well with people—direct reports, peers, customers and management—is just as crucial to success.
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Author:Lingguang Song, PhD
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Funded by a research grant from Project Management Institute (PMI) and PMI’s College of Performance Management (CPM), this study’s aim is to help project managers better comprehend and gauge the current level of EVM practice and its user base. A key element of the research is a survey of more than 600 project management practitioners, providing a cross-sectional view of the most current EVM practices. To provide practical and meaningful comparison of EVM practice, respondents are classified by industry sector, motivation for EVM usage, organization role, and geographic location.
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Author:Peter Storm, PhD, Chantal Savelsbergh, PhD, and Ben Kuipers, PhD
Description:In Learning For Success, authors Peter Storm, Chantal Savelsbergh and Ben Kuipers contend that most projects have two different but complementary aims: to perform and to learn. Learning helps the performance of the current project and of future projects. It works in the reverse also: good performance stimulates the desire to become even better, which leads to discovering how to do it. In other words, good performance drives the desire to learn.
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Author:Quentin W. Fleming and Joel M. Koppelman
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Earned Value Project Management (EVPM) is a methodology used to measure and communicate the real physical progress of a project taking into account the work completed, the time taken and the costs incurred to complete that work. As a result, EVPM allows more educated and effective management decision-making, which helps evaluate and control project risk by measuring project progress in monetary terms.
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