From the Editor: Project Management Journal ® Has an Impact!
■ Defining and managing the risks, uncertainties, stakeholders,
and complexities in infrastructure delivery, from front-end
planning to project execution and handover.
■ Elaborating on the transformational potential of digital
■ Exploring the dynamics of value creation and capture in
■ Creating a learning environment, building capabilities, and
generating innovation to improve infrastructure delivery
■ Managing across organizational boundaries in projects
involving multiple parties as well as in programs, portfolios,
and the handover from project to operations.
■ Managing and leading new forms of collaborative teams.
■ Comparative studies of international infrastructure project
delivery models, including the different institutional structure and stakeholders.
Please take a look at this call, which also includes valuable
references, and participate!
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and why: An overview. Project Management Journal, 45( 2), 6–19.
Flyvbjerg, B. (2016). The fallacy of beneficial ignorance: A test
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Lundin, R. A., Arvidsson, N., Brady, T., Ekstedt, E., Midler, C.,
& Sydow. J. (2015). Managing and working in project society: Institutional challenges and of temporary organizations.
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Mitchell, R. K., Agle, B. R., & Wood, D. J. (1997). Toward a
theory of stakeholder identification and salience: Defining
the principle of who and what really counts. Academy of
Management Review, 22, 853–886.