Towards an Outcome Based Project Management Theory
The importance of projects to improve operations management continues to gain wide acceptance. However, although all projects are approved in order to achieve outcomes (benefits) defined by the project funder, project management is often perceived by organisations as a process aimed at generating a unique output. While output delivery can still be accepted as an important milestone towards outcome achievement, a project should be considered complete only after the reason for its approval has...[Show more]
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