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  • Project Management Journal

    Revisiting Organizational Design in the Light of Isomorphism and Equifinality member content locked

    By Aubry, Monique | Richer, Marie-Claire | Lavoie-Tremblay, Mélanie | Fortin, Claude | Fortin-Verreault, Jean-François This article examines how governance mechanisms were put in place in three organizational transformation projects undertaken in university hospital centers.

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    Mandate for Tomorrow member content open

    Like no other country, Wales is reshaping how projects align with everything from sustainability to racial and gender inequities.

  • Project Management Journal

    The Missing Link in Project Governance member content locked

    By Ferrer, Paulo Sergio Scoleze | Araújo Galvão, Graziela Darla | de Carvalho, Marly Monteiro This study aims to understand how the information about corporate governance permeates the the project environment and influences decisions.

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    How Does Governance Influence Decision Making Projects and in Project-Based Organizations? member content locked

    By Turner, J. Rodney We review 36 articles on the governance of project management published in the past six years in the three main journals in project management.

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    City Limits member content open

    Urban overflow is overtaking the world. In 10 years, 43 cities will have more than 10 million residents—up from 33 today, according to the United Nations. By 2050, 68 percent of the world's…

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    Urban Aspirations member content open

    Today's cities are rich in people, money and pollution. Those factors are driving a demand for urban development projects that focus on smart land use, energy-efficient housing and green spaces that…

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    Privacy Patrol member content open

    Smart cities run on data—using everything from parking meter fees to electricity usage to drive greater efficiency and safety. But data from people can also be highly profitable, leaving some groups…

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    Modeling Organizational Project Management member content locked

    By Müller, Ralf | Drouin, Nathalie | Sankaran, Shankar The contemporary discourse on organizational project management (OPM) complements project, program, and portfolio management with emerging elements, such as governance, projectification, the project…

  • Project Management Journal

    Governmentality member content locked

    By Clegg, Stewart Project governance that includes multiple firms and other agencies is more complex than the corporate governance of a single firm or organization. First, there is no necessary alignment between the…

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    Empathic Problem-Solvers member content open

    By Mustafa, Abid As the digital revolution continues to sweep through organizations, there is a real danger that enterprise project management offices (EPMOs) will be left behind. EPMOs traditionally have excelled…

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