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How and When Success Becomes the Fate of Projects

A new paper in the the “Project Management Journal” suggests that knowledge-oriented leadership and valuing people should be promoted as primordial elements and strategic tools to build team cohesion for higher project performance and success.

4 months ago
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Would You Forego Citations for Journal Status?

Presenting evidence from a new analysis of business and management academics, the authors explore how journal status is valued by these academics and the point at which journal status becomes more prized than academic influence.

4 months ago
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What’s Better—Broad or Focused Stakeholder Management?

Not all corporate social responsibility is created equal, especially for firms focused on implementing it and benefiting from their investment. Here, Limin Fu, Dirk M. Boehe, Marc O. Orlitzky discuss their current research into determining what is the right mix of good intentions, stakeholder engagement and competitive advantage.

5 months ago
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