Project management elements as strategic assets: preliminary findings

@inproceedings{Jugdev2006ProjectME,
  title={Project management elements as strategic assets: preliminary findings},
  author={Kam Jugdev and Gita Mathur},
  year={2006}
}
Purpose – To examine project management assets and to explore the link between these and the achievement of competitive advantage from the project management process through it being valuable, rare, inimitable, and having organizational support. Design/methodology/approach – An online survey with North American Project Management Institute members was conducted. Exploratory factor analysis was used to identify tangible and intangible elements of project management and the achievement of… CONTINUE READING

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