Exploring the Complexity of Projects: Implications of Complexity Theory for Project Management Practice
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.
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- Svetlana Cicmil(Author) Kurt Richardson(Author) Lynn Crawford(Author) Terry Cooke-Davies(Author)&1more
- Project Management Institute (1 May 2009)
- Business, Finance & Law
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