Something of value Governance of Projects in the Project-Based Organisation

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    Abstract

    The paper presents a conceptual framework for studying Governance of Projects and issues of value in the project-based organisation. Attempts at exploring and conceptualising the issues in the current literature are reviewed.
    Issues pertinent to gaining value by Governance of Projects have mainly been explored from the perspective of economic theory. Models found in the literature are not typically concerned with value for the implementing organisation as a whole; their scope is limited to the time just after project completion. No valid, empirically-based models of value creation by Governance of Projects have emerged. No real integration of project operations and results with line management activities has been attempted. Nevertheless, the literature reviewed has provided important insights into the interplay of structures and functions of Governance of Projects and value.
    There is a need for a better understanding of Governance of Projects and value contribution. The findings presented here form the conceptual foundation for subsequent empirical studies of value by Governance of Projects.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationIRNOP 2013 : “Innovative Approaches in Project Management Research”
    Number of pages26
    PublisherBI Norwegian Business School
    Publication date16. Jun 2013
    Publication statusPublished - 16. Jun 2013
    EventIRNOP: International Research Network on Organizing by Projects - BI Oslo, Oslo, Norway
    Duration: 17. Jun 201319. Jun 2013
    Conference number: XI

    Conference

    ConferenceIRNOP
    NumberXI
    LocationBI Oslo
    Country/TerritoryNorway
    CityOslo
    Period17/06/201319/06/2013

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