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  • Qualitative Research Submissions to Project Management Journal member content locked

    By Müller, Ralf|Klein, Gary This is the second in a series of editorials designed to provide authors with guidance for future submissions to Project Management Journal® (PMJ). We started this series in the…

  • Project Management Practices in Private Organizations member content locked

    By Tereso, Anabela|Ribeiro, Pedro|Fernandes, Gabriela|Loureiro, Isabel|Ferreira, Mafalda This article aims to make a contribution to theory, as well as to practice, by identifying which project management practices are used by most private organizations in general and by sector of…

  • Can Serious Games Improve Project Management Decision Making under Complexity? member content locked

    By Rumeser, David|Emsley, Margaret The existing literature on project management serious games tends to ignore the effect of project complexity levels on decision-making performance. This research fills this gap by conducting an…

  • Contemporary Review of Anti-Corruption Measure in Construction Project Management member content locked

    By Owusu, Emmanuel Kingsford|Chan, Albert P. C.|DeGraft, Owusu-Manu|Ameyaw, Effah Ernest|Robert, Osei-Kyei This study reviews the anti-corruption measures (ACMs) developed to mitigate the pervasiveness of corruption in construction project management (CPM). Using a two-stage methodological process to…

  • Organizational Justice, Project Performance, and the Mediating Effects of Key Success Factors member content locked

    By Unterhitzenberger, Christine|Bryde, David Projects are under constant pressure to improve performance, and research is needed to understand the characteristics of high-performing projects. Using the concept of organizational justice as a…

  • Planning, Tracking, and Reducing a Complex Project's Value at Risk member content locked

    By Browning, Tyson R. Uncertainty, risk, and rework make it extremely challenging to meet goals and deliver anticipated value in complex projects, and conventional techniques for planning and tracking earned value do not…

  • Improving Project Budget Estimation Accuracy and Precision by Analyzing Reserves for Both Identified and Unidentified Risks member content locked

    By Kwon, Hyukchun|Kang, Chang W. Project risk is a critical factor in estimating project budget. Previous studies on this topic have only addressed estimation methods that consider project budget reserves against identified risks.…

  • Conflict Management, Team Coordination, and Performance within Multicultural Temporary Projects member content locked

    By Akhavan Tabassi, Amin|Abdullah, Aldrin|Bryde, David The purpose of our study is to enhance the understanding of relationships between conflict management style, team coordination, and performance in multicultural project team contexts. We investigate…


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