Complex project management as complex problem solving: A distributed knowledge management perspective

@inproceedings{Ahern2014ComplexPM,
  title={Complex project management as complex problem solving: A distributed knowledge management perspective},
  author={Terence Ahern and Brian Leavy and Peter J. Byrne},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract Traditional project management (PM) privileges planning and downplays the role of learning even in more complex projects. In contrast, this paper draws inspiration from two organisations that were found to have developed complex PM expertise as a form of complex problem solving (CPS), a practice with implicit learning because complex projects are unable to be completely specified in advance ( Hayek, 1945 ). Central to this view of complex project management as a form of complex problem… CONTINUE READING
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