The Inadaptability of Government Projects to High Risk: Causes and Implications
Enhanced planning can effectively mitigate high levels of project risk. However, this approach requires organizations to be adaptable in their planning practices to the project in hand. This article investigates whether government organizations are adaptable in their planning to the level of risk projects and programs introduce. For this purpose, this research studied planning in 992 government and private projects. Results show that planning in government is ineffective (i.e., it does not lead...[Show more]
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|Source:||At the Interface|
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