Strategic Planning for Sponsored Projects Administration: The Role of Information Management

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Greenwood Press, 1985 - Business & Economics - 279 pages
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Going beyond typical approaches to developing and administering sponsored projects, the authors build a compelling case for new perspectives and techniques which are uniquely relevant to today's fast-paced Information Age. This work functions as both a theoretical treatise and a desk-top handbook by integrating systems thinking, information management, boundary spanning, contingency management, and strategic planning into an effective and flexible model for both the public and private sectors. It assesses the various factors to take into account when applying the model in different organizational settings and outlines the various steps in initiating a project and bringing it to completion. The authors also further unify the technical work and human dimensions of their model by incorporating it with emerging concepts of organization culture.

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Syracuse University

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