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Amy C EdmondsonInbunden
Exploring the Complexity of Projects
Implications of Complexity Theory for Project Management Practice489Tillfälligt slut – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken går att köpa igen.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. This research suggests that in order to define and conceptualize project complexity, the building blocks of project must be more properly defined. These include: Individual and group relationships Individual and group cohesion Definition of key performance indicators Sources of project failure In practical terms This research aims to propose and encourage a critical but constructive way of explaining, debating, and deliberating project management and project performance issues that can lead to a wider awareness, knowledge, and development of skills and competencies that match the complexity of projects as experienced by practitioners in contemporary organizations. In Exploring the Complexity of Projects: Implications of Complexity Theory for Project Management Practice, project managers will find the realities of project management and the strategies to incorporate the complexity of a project into the original scope.
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Svetlana Cicmil has worked for University of the West of England, Bristol, U.K. Terry Cooke-Davies has worked for Human Systems International, London, U.K. Lynn Crawford has worked for Bond University, Australia and ESC Lille, France. Kurt Richards works for ISCE Group, Mansfield, MA.