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Developing the project management body of knowledge : Towards a better understanding of the transformation context. / Cha, Jonghyuk; Newman, Mike; Winch, Graham.

2017 European Academy of Management: Making Knowledge Work, EURAM 2017. European Academy of Management, 2017.

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Cha, J, Newman, M & Winch, G 2017, Developing the project management body of knowledge: Towards a better understanding of the transformation context. in 2017 European Academy of Management: Making Knowledge Work, EURAM 2017. European Academy of Management, 2017 European Academy of Management: Making Knowledge Work, EURAM 2017, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 21/06/17.

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Cha, J., Newman, M., & Winch, G. (2017). Developing the project management body of knowledge: Towards a better understanding of the transformation context. In 2017 European Academy of Management: Making Knowledge Work, EURAM 2017 European Academy of Management.

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Cha J, Newman M, Winch G. Developing the project management body of knowledge: Towards a better understanding of the transformation context. In 2017 European Academy of Management: Making Knowledge Work, EURAM 2017. European Academy of Management. 2017

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Cha, Jonghyuk ; Newman, Mike ; Winch, Graham. / Developing the project management body of knowledge : Towards a better understanding of the transformation context. 2017 European Academy of Management: Making Knowledge Work, EURAM 2017. European Academy of Management, 2017.

Bibtex

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abstract = "This conceptual paper examines the context of transformation in project management disciplines to develop an advanced project management knowledge base. The importance of achieving a project owner{\textquoteright}s benefits in managing transformation projects is well-acknowledged. However, the extant project management bodies of knowledge have not fully addressed this transformational aspect, and tend to focus heavily on a project supplier{\textquoteright}s delivery capabilities. We argue that the execution-oriented project management knowledge base limits the advance of current project management studies. We review three key themes: {\textquoteleft}project capabilities and the distinction between a project owner{\textquoteright}s and supplier{\textquoteright}s project management capabilities{\textquoteright}, {\textquoteleft}transformational benefits in a project/programme management context{\textquoteright} and {\textquoteleft}project management body of knowledge models as competency frameworks to support dynamic capabilities{\textquoteright}. Based on the review, the project management knowledge framework, developed from the Peter Morris{\textquoteright} Management of Projects model, is provided as a new knowledge basis for project management disciplines.",
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