The frontiers of project management research
Project Management Institute, 2002 - Business & Economics - 503 pages
This first-of-its-kind publication from the Project Management Institute (PMI(R)) brings together 28 research papers from internationally known and well-established researchers in project management from around the globe. From them you will glean an insightful overview of past and current research findings, and take an eye-opening excursion along frontiers fertile for future investigation. You will also find a wealth of practical information that you can use now in managing your projects, be they organizing meetings, producing new products, or building skyscrapers.
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