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  • Does executive sponsorship matter for realizing project management value member content open

    By Chandler, Dawne E. | Gottwald, Werner | Thomas, Janice Research suggests that interest in project management as a strategic tool may be short lived in specific organizations and may be waning in general. This paper shares the results of an empirical…

  • Combatting IT failure rates through IT program executive sponsorship member content open

    By Macdougall, Cecily | Michaelides, Roula Program management is widely perceived as a powerful agent of achieving organizational strategic change and enabling operational, service, and process transformation, as well as new product…

  • Making innovation happen in megaprojects member content open

    By Davies, Andrew | Macaulay, Sam | DeBarro, Tim | Thurston, Mark Our research suggests that London's Crossrail suburban railway system is the first megaproject in the world to systematically develop and implement a strategy for innovation. Isolated pockets of…

  • Towards the advancement of project management practice in developing countries member content open

    By Zuofa, Tarila. | Ochieng, Edward G. Project management in most developing countries today continues to be fractured in its structure and approach, thereby triggering high degrees of failure, abandonment, or collapse of most government…

  • Strategic alignment of the project portfolio member content open

    By Filippov, Sergey | Mooi, Herman G | Weg, Roelof van der | Westen, Laurent-Jan van der The mission of project portfolio management (PPM) is seen in evaluating, prioritising, and selecting projects in line with the business strategy. Alignment of all on-going projects with the overall…

  • Design for evolvability at project front-end strategizing member content open

    By Biesek, Guilherme | Gil, Nuno Capital projects involve designing and delivering new assets that are planned to operate for several decades, but over the project and operating lifetimes, design requirements are likely to change.…

  • Relevance of project marketing activities to project management practitioners member content open

    By Patel, Koninika | Salouhou, Mahamouda Project marketing research today is primarily known in the European management research world. It continues to be practically non-existent in the practitioner and research world in North America.…

  • Managing projects in context member content open

    By Crawford, Lynn | Cooke-Davies, Terry Project management as a field of practice initially focused on the standalone project and on development of generic standards, largely ignoring context. This has been challenged by attempts to…

  • Classifying improvisation member content open

    By Leybourne, Stephen A. This paper seeks to examine an accelerating phenomenon in the field of project management, namely, the assertion that a shift is occurring in our understanding of the important elements or…

  • Factors that influence and are influenced by change projects member content open

    By Nahmias, Anat Hassner | Crawford, Lynn | Combe, Marge Organizational changes are often achieved through disciplined project management. Change management and project management are two disciplines that draw upon different theoretical frameworks but…

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