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Who Needs Project Requirements?
Introduction to the April 2014 Advances in PM Series Article. Projects typically arise in response to the needs, wants or wishes of an individual, group, organization or community. Project management endeavours to capture, ...
Beyond Knowledge: : Growing Capability for an Uncertain Future
The quest for knowledge has played a major part in the intellectual development and evolution of individuals, societies, and cultures. Socrates viewed knowledge as a virtue, a path to perfection. Prometheus was punished ...
Control, Planning and Feedback : Sustaining a Dynamic Relationship
(Certified General Accountants Assoication of Canada, 2013-11)
Adapt for successful project management
Dynamic Knowledge Support for Decision-Making and Problem-Solving
(University of Stockholm, 2013-06)
An effective knowledge approach requires that existing and created tacit and explicit knowledge are mobilised and integrated, and made available to support collaboration between team members. The paper presents a model ...