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    Using Principal–Steward Contracting and Scenario Planning to Manage Megaprojects member content locked

    By Turner, J. Rodney Megaprojects are complex, but people use constructs inappropriate in complex situations for their management, particularly contractual arrangements.

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    A Dynamic Capabilities Model of Innovation in Large Interfirm Projects member content locked

    By Steen, John | Ford, Jerad A. | Verreynne, Martie-Louise The time-bounded nature of large interfirm projects and technical interdependencies constrain innovation.

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    Labeling Projects as Innovative member content locked

    By Sergeeva, Natalya The notion of 'innovative projects' is popular and often taken for granted. This article challenges this taken for granted concept and attempts to provide detailed insights into what constitutes an…

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    The challenge of innovation in highly complex projects member content locked

    By Shenhar, Aaron | Holzmann, Vered | Melamed, Benjamin | Zhao, Yao Understanding the link between project complexity and innovation is highly pertinent. Yet, the challenge of innovative complex projects has received limited research attention and little theory…

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    Simultaneous pursuit of innovation and efficiency in complex engineering projects--a study of the antecedents and impacts of ambidexterity in project teams member content locked

    By Liu, Li | Leitner, David Projects, as the common unit of organizing complex tasks, often feature unique challenges that require both radical innovation and incremental improvements to processes and solutions to deliver the…

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    Improving multiproject management by using a queuing theory approach member content locked

    By Levy, Nino | Globerson, Shlomo Managing a multiproject environment is not just a summation of management efforts required for single projects. It requires the use of additional insight and tools. This is especially true in…

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