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Martin Betts14
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Peter Lansley14
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Abstract The management of projects within various industrial sectors is an internationally recognised professional discipline which enjoys support from a small but growing community of researchers, scholars and enquiring practitioners. Specialist academic and professional journals which serve the field are relatively new. One of the prime journals, the International Journal of Project Management , celebrated ten years of continuous publication in...
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Lynn Crawford19
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Julien Pollack12
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David England2
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Abstract The field of project management continues to develop in response to changing emphases in the management community and the demands of new project management application areas. This paper uncovers the trends of emphasis within the project management literature over the period 1994–2003, by analysing articles in the International Journal of Project Management and the Project Management Journal . Trends identified in this study ...
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Young Hoon Kwak19
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Frank T. Anbari13
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Abstract This paper examines project management research from the perspective of its relationship to allied disciplines in the management field and provides a view of the progress of project management as a research-based academic discipline. This study which is partially funded by the Project Management Institute specifically investigates project management research in allied disciplines from 18 top management and business journal publications an...
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Shang Zhang2
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Albert P.C. Chan36
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Yingbin Feng8
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Abstract A significant number of literatures have concentrated on diverse issues related to Public–Private Partnership (PPP) both in China and abroad. However, there is no systematic analysis on the PPP research progress and status in Chinese journals, which is worth investigating because China is one of the largest PPP markets globally. In addition, there are many PPP publications in international journals based on the context of China. A comparative study is still missing ...
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G. Themistocleous1
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Stephen Wearne8
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Abstract The paper presents an analysis of the relative frequency of attention to `Body of Knowledge' topics of project management in the papers published in the International Journal of Project Management from 1984 to 1998. The results show that some topics have had little or no attention. The number of papers on some topics has increased, and some decreased. Data is also presented on how attention to the topics differs between the International Journal...
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Martina Huemann12
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Gilbert Silvius1
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submission deadline: 1 October 2015 Paper submission deadline: 1 March 2016 Notifications to authors: 1 June 2016 Expected publication date: early 2017. References Achman, R., 2013. Stakeholders' perspectives on sustainability in project management. In: Silvius, A.J.G., Tharp, J. (Eds.), Sustainability Integration for Effective Project Management. IGI Global Publishing. Bal, M., Bryde, D., Fearon, D., Ochieng, E., 2013. Stakeholder engagement: achieving sustainability in the constr...
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Adnane Belout4
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Clothilde Gauvreau1
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Abstract Today, human resource management (HRM) is being renewed in organizations and gradually affirming its strategic role. However, the results of an empirical study conducted by Pinto and Prescott [Journal of Management 14 (1988) 5] within a context of project management, contradict this trend. These authors concluded that the “Personnel factor” was the only factor in their research that was marginal for project success. This paper attempts to retest their conclus...
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Janice Thomas16
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Thomas Mengel5
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Abstract Interest in project management is growing significantly. Yet, projects continue to fail at an astonishing rate. At the same time, the role complexity, chaos and uncertainty play within our projects and project environments is gaining recognition in both research and practice. Hence, it is time to review our understanding of project management education and reflect about how we develop project managers to deal with the increasing level of complexity, chaos, and uncertainty ...
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Barry Shore12
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Benjamin J. Cross2
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Abstract Collaborative projects extending across national boundaries introduce their own set of project management challenges. These challenges begin when individuals from different organizations, from different countries, and from different value systems must share authority, responsibility, and decision-making. But national culture and its influence on the project management process have received little emphasis in the literature. Using evidence from two case studies, this paper ...
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Laura L. Willems1
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Mario Vanhoucke34
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This paper presents an overview of the existing literature on project control and earned value management (EVM), aiming at fulfilling three ambitions. First, the journal selection procedure allows to discern between high-quality journals and more popular business magazines. Second, the collected papers on project control and EVM, published in the selected journals, are classified based on a framework consisting of six distinct classes. Third, the classification framew...
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