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Success factors of knowledge management in temporary organizations
Abstract The prevalence of temporary forms of cooperation and project-based work is increasing. Likewise, the knowledge-intensity of work contents is growing. However, the unique and temporary natureExpand
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Leadership in the Context of Temporary Organizations
This article follows the call for more empirical research on leadership in different organizational contexts. Organizations react to environmental dynamism and uncertainty by using temporary forms orExpand
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The challenge of transactional and transformational leadership in projects
Abstract Projects as a form of temporary organizing are different from standard organizational processes. Due to their temporary and unique nature, projects are characterized by discontinuousExpand
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A Bibliometric View on the Use of Contingency Theory in Project Management Research
Contingency theory has influenced organization theory since the 1950s. Project management research has only recently started to consider context factors. In this area, applications of contingencyExpand
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Leadership in Temporary Organizations: A Review of Leadership Theories and a Research Agenda
Projects and other temporary forms of organizing are different from standard organizational processes. As most leadership theories are based on the assumption of stable organizational environments,Expand
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Project complexity and team-level absorptive capacity as drivers of project management performance
We extend research on project complexity by introducing the concept of team-level absorptive capacity and by studying its role as mediator between project complexity and project management success. Expand
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A Project Management Research Framework Integrating Multiple Theoretical Perspectives and Influencing Factors
The increasing projectification of the business world corresponds with a high diversity of theoretical perspectives used in project management research. This diversity is reflected by a variety ofExpand
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Effects of complexity on the success of temporary organizations: Relationship quality and transparency as substitutes for formal coordination mechanisms
This paper considers three prevalent types of complexity (structural, task, temporal) and integrates two factors (relationship quality, transparency) which are hypothesized to mediate the influence of complexity on the efficiency and effectiveness of TOs. Expand
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Knowledge management in project environments
We present an exploratory study on the prevalence, the organization and the success factors of knowledge management in and between projects. Expand
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Relational competence in complex temporary organizations: The case of a French hospital construction project network
Abstract Large and complex project networks are characterized by the collaboration of heterogeneous organizations and individuals. In addition to project management techniques and complementaryExpand
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