Organizational Enablers for Project Governance

Ralf Müller, Jingting Shao, Sofia Pemsel

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Resumé

While corporate culture plays a significant role in the success of any corporation, governance and “governmentality” not only determine how business should be conducted, but also define the policies and procedures organizations follow to achieve business functions and goals. In their book, Organizational Enablers for Project Governance, Ralf Müller, Jingting Shao, and Sofia Pemsel examine the interaction of governance and governmentality in various types of companies and demonstrate how these factors drive business success and influence project work, efficiency, and profitability.
The data for the studies was collected through interviews with six companies in Sweden and China and a global web-based questionnaire that garnered 208 responses. Using this data the authors conducted four studies, employing various research methodologies, to investigate the different systems of governance and their relationships to organizational success. Based on these results, the authors discovered that organizational enablers (including key factors such as leadership, governance, and influence of project managers) have a critical impact on how organizations operate, adapt to market fluctuations and forces, and make essential changes over time.
This must-read book is a practical guide for executives and project managers alike. The insights and industry examples provided can be applied to any project-based organization.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedNewtown Square, PA
ForlagProject Management Institute
Antal sider240
ISBN (Trykt)9781628250848
StatusUdgivet - 2016

Emneord

  • Corporate governance - case studies
  • Project management - case studies
  • Social science - research -methodology

Citer dette

Müller, R., Shao, J., & Pemsel, S. (2016). Organizational Enablers for Project Governance. Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute.
Müller, Ralf ; Shao, Jingting ; Pemsel, Sofia. / Organizational Enablers for Project Governance. Newtown Square, PA : Project Management Institute, 2016. 240 s.
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Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportBogForskningpeer review

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