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Project Management: A Multi-Perspective Leadership Framework

Professor Hans Mikkelsen

ISBN 10: 1787148300 / ISBN 13: 9781787148307
Published by Emerald Publishing Limited
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Title: Project Management: A Multi-Perspective ...

Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited

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Modern projects are confronted with complexity and ambiguity. To provide a holistic framework, this book presents five core elements of a project: project management, project task, stakeholders, resources, and project environment. This model is used to identify the nature of a specific project and to develop appropriate project solutions for business success. It also allows a circular planning process that gradually leads to coherence among these five elements.
To better cope with the complexity of the project environment, the authors adopt a multi-perspective framework that considers technical, business, organisational, and stakeholder perspectives. This framework recommends that change management is viewed as an integral part of a project.
This book is organized in two, almost equal parts: a theoretical part that covers the key models and issues related to project management, and a set of appendices, which include a number of tool sheets aimed at providing practical methods, techniques and checklists. By integrating the theoretical and the practical, the authors extend and rethink recent developments in agile and lean approaches to project management.

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In a five-by-five model of a project, Mikkelsen and Riis discuss generic elements of a project: project management, project task, stakeholders (interested parties), resources, and project environment. They use the model to identify the nature of a specific project and develop appropriate approaches and means. They cover forming and defining the project, planning the course of action, organizing, cooperation in the project organization, project leadership, project control, the management of several projects, and trends and challenges for future projects. Author: Annotation 2017 Source: (protoview.com)

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