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  • Changes in the Editorial Board of the Project Management Journal member content locked

    By Ralf Müller and Giorgio Locatelli This editorial announces recent changes in the PMJ Editorial Board and discusses related changes to the journal moving forward.

  • Application of Career Ecosystems Theory and the New Psychological Contract to the Field of Project Management: Toward a Conceptual Model member content locked

    By William E. Donald The purpose of this article is to explore how different actors can operate within a project management ecosystem to sustain a pool of project management personnel with the knowledge, skills, and…

  • Definitely Not a Walk in the Park: Coping with Competing Values in Complex Project Networks member content locked

    By Lizet Kuitert, Leentje Volker, and Marleen H. Hermans Complex project networks confront project actors, with value pluralism originating from a plethora of competing organizational and institutional systems related to the project environment.

  • Network Governance for Interorganizational Temporary Organizations: A Systematic Literature Review and Research Agenda member content locked

    By Linzhuo Wang, Ralf Müller, and Fangwei Zhu Governance of interorganizational networks for joint project execution has become a popular research theme in recent years. However, little is known about how the knowledge in this field is…

  • Social Sustainability in Projects: Using Social Procurement to Create Employment in the Swedish Construction Sector member content locked

    By Daniella Troje Social procurement can increase social sustainability by creating employment for marginalized people. This article investigates how project organizations perceive and handle the resources from and…

  • Incentivizing Relationship Investment for Project Performance Improvement member content locked

    By Liuying Zhu and Sai On Cheung This study proposes that incentivization can serve as an instrumental means to forge interorganizational relationships and corresponding project performance improvements.

  • A Multilevel Governance Model for Interorganizational Project Networks member content locked

    By Christine Unterhitzenberger, Ralf Müller, and Mylene Mongeon This study operationalizes and tests a multilevel governance model for interorganizational project networks. Results of a qualitative multicase study are used to develop a framework model with three…


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