The role of project collaboration quality and knowledge

integration capability in multi-partner projects

In many project-based industries, there has recently been an increased tendency for collaboration and co-creation of value with the customers. However, many existing studies report inherent challenges and complexities related to multi-partner collaboration. This article presents a conceptual framework that explains the focal collaboration-related elements and their interdependencies in multi-partner projects. The elements in the framework and relations between them are derived from the existing empirical studies and theoretical literature on collaboration, knowledge integration, and project success. Based on the conceptual analysis of the extant literature, we identify eight collaboration antecedents and three collaboration outcome elements. The conceptual framework explains how two collaboration mediators, project collaboration quality and knowledge integration capability, relate collaboration antecedents with collaboration outcomes. In addition, based on the literature analysis, we identify 15 mechanisms th
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