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Classifying project management resources by complexity and leverage
(International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 2012)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present a conceptual framework to classify project management resources as sources of competitive advantage. Design/methodology/approach – The paper draws on the resource-based ...
Critical success factors in projects: Pinto, Slevin, and Prescott - the elucidation of project success
Purpose – Few scholars have been cited as frequently as Pinto, Slevin, and Prescott for their contributions to project success and related critical success factors (CSF) in the 1980s. Studies since then built on their ...
Book Review: Project Management: The managerial process (5th ed.)
Project management: A strategic asset?
(American Management Association, 2011)
Project management: The seesaw balance between control and cooperation.
Increasingly, more companies are adopting project management practices to remain competitive. The predominant emphasis in the literature and the Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide has been on tools, techniques, and ...
From Burnout to Engagement in Project Managers.
Workplaces are hypercompetitive and stressful environments. Stress and burnout affect bio-psycho-social-spiritual aspects of quality of life and the spillover effects disturb home and workplace dynamics. Project managers ...
Learning and sharing on projects through relational dynamics.
In the traditional sense, project reviews and communities of practice were considered cornerstones for lessons learned. Although advantageous, both mechanisms have limitations. This study develops an understanding of how ...
Workplace learning theories and perspectives: Re-thinking project learning practices.
This paper examines workplace learning perspectives and relates them to project management reviews and communities of practice, both of which are social and relational processes. Findings indicate that the boundaries between ...
Project management resources, resource development pathway typology, and the quest for competitive advantage.
Increasingly, firms are turning to effective project management to help them achieve and retain a dominant position in the marketplace. Applying the Resource-Based View (RBV), this theoretical paper examines project ...
Lessons learned from lessons learned: Project management research program.
Problem Statement: When we fail to learn from our own mistakes or those of others, we tend to repeat the mistakes. This paper discusses lessons learned as important ways of gathering and sharing both formal and informal ...