Project Management for Achieving Change contains the proceedings for the Second Danish Project Management Research Conference (DAPMARC-2), held in Copenhagen, June 8-9 2016.
The book presents a selection of state-of-the-art research, theory and models based on studies of project management practice. Topics include:Effects-driven road to quality development projectsA framework for project governance in major public IT projectsExperiencing social complexity in projects as Tipping Points Critical success factors for project portfolio management based on a multiple case studyA comparison framework for evaluating and comparing proj ectsSimulation to study decision-making in project portfolio managementWhen stage setting a success gets in the way of real learning
Project Management for Achieving Change is published in cooperation with IPMA Denmark (Danish Project Management Association).
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