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Making Projects Critical

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 376
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Management, Work and Organisations

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Making Projects Critical is an edited collection contributed by a range of international scholars linking the area of project management with critical management perspectives. Challenging recent debates on inherent problems...

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Making Projects Critical is an edited collection contributed by a range of international scholars linking the area of project management with critical management perspectives. Challenging recent debates on inherent problems in project management, the text considers project management within a wider organizational and societal context.

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First book to examine project management from a critical perspective
Brings to international scholars from a range of disciplines to discuss the potential directions for the study of project management in the twentyfirst century
Has implications beyond the field of project management, as firms increasingly use projects as a means to organize work flow

Making Projects Critical: An Introduction; S.Cicmil & D.Hodgson
Are Projects Real?; S.Cicmil & D.Hodgson
From Project Ontologies to Communities of Virtue; C.Linehan & D.Kavanagh
Project Management, Organisational Change and Learning; M.Bresnen
Problematizing Project Management; J.L.Thomas
Projects and Prisons; M.Lindgren & J.Packendorff
The Contested Object: On Projects as Emergent Space; M.O.Nocker
An Actor Network Theory Perspective on IT Projects; A.Linde & H.Linderoth
Reorganisation Projects and Five Uncertainties; E.Molloy & R.Whittington
A Tale of an Evolving Project; C.Smith
Understanding Power in Project Settings; N.Marshall
The Management of Projects in the Construction Industry; S.D.Green
Managing Projects in Network Contexts; J.Sydow
Making the Future Perfect: Constructing the Olympic Dream; S.R.Clegg, T.S.Pitsis, M.Marosszeky & T.Rura-Polley
Conflicting Rhetorical Positions on Trust and Commitment; J.Sillince, C.Harvey & G.Harindranath
Sensemaking as a Process within Complex Projects; C.Ivory, N.Alderman, I.McLoughlin & R.Vaughan
Making the Management of Projects Critical; P.W.G.Morris.
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DAMIAN HODGSON is a Senior Lecturer in Organizational Analysis and HRM at Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK.

SVETLANA CICMIL is a Senior Lecturer in Project Management at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK, where she also acts as Research Unit Director within the School of Operations and Information Management.

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DAMIAN HODGSON is a Senior Lecturer in Organizational Analysis and HRM at Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK.

SVETLANA CICMIL is a Senior Lecturer in Project Management at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK, where she also acts as Research Unit Director within the School of Operations and Information Management.

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