Embedding Projects in Multiple Contexts: A Structuration Perspective

@article{Manning2008EmbeddingPI,
  title={Embedding Projects in Multiple Contexts: A Structuration Perspective},
  author={S. Manning},
  journal={ORG: Other Interorganizational Networks \& Organizational Behavior (Topic)},
  year={2008}
}
  • S. Manning
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • ORG: Other Interorganizational Networks & Organizational Behavior (Topic)
Projects are embedded in multiple systemic contexts, e.g. organizations, interorganizational networks and organizational fields, which jointly facilitate and constrain project organizing. As projects partly evolve in idiosyncratic ways as temporary systems, embedding needs to be understood as a continuous process linking projects to their environments. Using structuration theory, this paper argues that projects get embedded in multiple systemic contexts through the constitution of the very… Expand
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