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Why Planning is More Important than Plans
Project management is intimately associated with the production of detailed plans, charts and schedules, constantly re-affirming Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s belief that “a goal without a plan is just a wish.” Planning is ...
Asking Strategic Questions : Reflections on the Temporal Nature of Projects and Programmes
Is it time to revisit our definitions of projects and programmes? Definitions and assumptions play a key part in delimiting both knowledge and practice. Language is closely entwined with human life: Words and constructions ...
Learning to Live with Dragons : Rekindling the Quest to Tame Uncertainty
(Chartered Management Institute, 2016-02)
Leading Successful Projects with Dynamic Knowledge Support : An Empirical Study
Project leaders increasingly rely on dynamic knowledge to support teams and implement projects successfully. Leaders mobilise knowledge and learning generated during project implementation in changing environments to support ...
Dynamic Knowledge Support Model for Decision-Making and Sustainable Growth : An Empirical Study
An effective knowledge-centric approach requires that tacit and explicit knowledge are mobilised, integrated, and made available to support collaboration between team members. Most knowledge management (KM) frameworks lay ...