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    Ambidexterity Through Project Portfolio Management: Resolving Paradoxes in Organizations

    By Yacoub Petro, PhD, CEng, PMP Organizational ambidexterity is the ability of an organization to simultaneously explore the market and the surrounding environment, and exploit one’s own knowledge base and resources to improve…

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    MegaProject Organization and Performance The Myth and Political Reality member content locked

    By Nuno Gil; Colm Lundrigan; Jeffrey K. Pinto; Phanish Puranam This report summarizes the insights of a three-year study on “megaprojects” – the project-based organizations purposely formed to develop capital-intensive, large-scale infrastructure systems.

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    Aspects of Complexity: Managing Projects in a Complex World member content locked

    By Editor in Chief, Terry Cook-Davies, PhD; Contributing Editors, Lynn Crawford, DBA, John R. Patton, PMP, Chris Stevens, PhD, and Terry M. Williams, PhD Aspects of Complexity arises from a series of four academic-business roundtables sponsored by the Project Management Institute in the U.S., Australia, Malta, and Brazil. It has been written with…

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    Early Warning Signs in Complex Projects member content locked

    By Ole Jonny Klakegg, PhD, MSc, Terry Williams, PhD, PMP, Derek Walker, PhD, MSc' Bjørn Andersen, PhD, MSc, and Ole Morten Magnussen, PhD, MSc Complex projects are often the most high-profile projects within an organization. How can early warning signs be identified and acted upon, so that problems are avoided and projects are successful…

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    Exploring the Complexity of Projects: Implications of Complexity Theory for Project Management Practice member content locked

    By Svetlana Cicmil, PhD, Terry Cooke-Davies, PhD, Lynn Crawford, DBA and Kurt Richardson, PhD Exploring the Complexity of Projects: Implications of Complexity Theory for Project Management Practice explores the process and findings of the implications of the complexity theory for project…

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    Using the Geographic Positioning System in the World Trade Center Cleanup Project member content locked

    By Denis F. Cioffi, PhD | Amruta Gokhale, MSPM | Janae Grant, MSPM | Edward Logan, MSPM | Rob MacLeod, MSPM | Stephen Payne, MSPM On September 11, 2001, two airplanes struck each of the 110-story World Trade Center (WTC) Towers in New York City. Within just hours both towers collapsed claiming many lives and leaving behind the…

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    Springfield Interchange Improvement Project member content locked

    By Young Hoon Kwak, PhD | Jerry Doherty, MSPM | Antonia Mambelli, MSPM | Amin Mourad, MSPM, PMP | LCDR Joe Speranzo, USN, MSPM Springfield Interchange Improvement Project: This case study analyzes the project management practices employed on the Springfield Interchange Improvement Project (SIIP), a 700 million dollar…

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