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    Steeling for Growth member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah India's steel producers face a problem. The country's national government wants to create new cities from scratch, develop a new industrial corridor and expand the country's freight rail network.…

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    Counting on Precision member content open

    By Blumerman, Lisa The United States census is a complex, large-scale, multiyear exercise in program management. The scope of accurately and cost effectively counting more than 330 million people across more than 3.7…

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    The Role Of Co-Creation In Enhancing Explorative And Exploitative Learning In Project-Based Settings member content locked

    By Eriksson, Per Erik | Leiringer, Roine | Szentes, Henrik We study how co-creation practices influence explorative and exploitative learning in five collaborative construction projects with partnering arrangements. Drawing on a longitudinal case study, our…

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    Cracking Complexity member content open

    By Greengard, Samuel Call it fracking's lesser-known trickle-down effect. The surge in U.S. natural gas production not only results in low fuel prices, it's also behind an uptick in ethane cracker plant construction…

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    Chernobyl Recovered member content open

    By Parsi, Novid Cleaning up the worst nuclear accident in history has taken more than 30 years -- and a nonstop cluster of high-risk projects. But the final phases of remediation for the Chernobyl nuclear power…

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    The Big Time member content open

    By Kaibni, Rami Theoretically, managing large construction projects should be similar to managing small ones. But I've been part of projects worth more than US$500 million and involving more than 50 subcontractors…

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    Positive reaction member content open

    By Swanson, Sandra A. Science was the easy part for the physicists and engineers who built the world's largest experimental nuclear fusion reactor. The é1 billion program spanning 20 years at the Max Planck Institute for…

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    Making sense of rework causation in offshore hydrocarbon projects member content locked

    By Love, Peter E. D. | Ackermann, Fran | Smith, Jim | Irani, Zahir | Edwards, David J. Retrospective sense making is used to determine how and why rework in offshore hydrocarbon projects occurred. Staff from organizations operating at the blunt end (e.g., clients/design engineers…

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    Expertise coordination in information systems development projects member content locked

    By Hsu, Jack S. | Hung, Yu-Wen | Shih, Sheng-Pao | Hsu, Hui-Mei Information systems development (ISD) projects are complex, requiring a variety of expertise. Coordinating such expertise helps manage complexity, increasing the likelihood of a project's success.…

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    Managing global projects member content locked

    By Anantatmula, Vittal | Thomas, Michael The purpose of this research effort is to develop a model for improving the performance of global projects using the underlying relations among the important enablers and barriers of global project…

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