Gaim, Medhanie | Clegg, Stewart | Pina e Cunha, Miguel
How to cite this article:
Gaim, M., Clegg, S., & Pina e Cunha, M. (2022). In Praise of Paradox Persistence: Evidence from the Sydney Opera House Project. Project Management Journal, 53, 397–415. doi: https://doi/10.1177/87569728221094834
By Locatelli, Giorgio | Kondstantinou, Efrosyni | Geraldi, Joana | Sainati, Tristano With this Special Issue and online collection, we aim to open the space for discussion (and more research!) on the dark side of projects and invite you to join our efforts.
By Locatelli, Giorgio | Kondstantinou, Efrosyni | Geraldi, Joana | Sainati, Tristano This article presents the dark side of projects, engaging project scholars and practitioners in discussions about sensitive, confusing, uncomfortable, challenging, and questionable phenomena.
By He, Qinghua | Wang, Zilun | Wang, Ge | Xie, Jianxun | Chen, Zhen Using fraud triangle theory, this study investigated the effects of three types of factors that shape contractor greenwashing behaviors.
By Rode, Anna Le Gerstrøm, Svejvig, Per | Martinsuo, Miia This study aims to explore and define project evaluation and reveal how it can promote continuous improvements within and across projects and organizations.
By Maes, Tom | Gebhardt, Karolin | Riel, Andreas Common project management methodologies do not consider project task uncertainty for determining appropriate task execution strategies.