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date: 22 May 2019

(p. xi) List of Tables

(p. xi) List of Tables

  1. 2.1. Schools of project management research: an overview41

  2. 2.2. Projects: types and typologies45

  3. 2.3. Projects as cooperation and coordination50

  4. 2.4. Theoretical foundations of project management: distinctions and implications55

  5. 3.1. Citations by articles published in IJPM68

  6. 3.2. Areas to which project management citations are made71

  7. 3.3. Topics covered by papers in IJPM73

  8. 3.4. Methodologies used by articles published in IJPM80

  9. 3.5. Topics covered by papers in PMJ85

  10. 3.6. Methodologies used by articles published in PMJ88

  11. 3.7. Citations by articles published in PMJ89

  12. 3.8. Topics covered by papers in IEEE-TEM92

  13. 3.9. Methodologies used by articles published in IEEE-TEM97

  14. 3.10. Citations by articles published in IEEE-TEM99

  15. 5.1. The main managerial challenges in the four areas of the project business143

  16. 7.1. The nature and functions of personal networks in cumulative and disruptive project ecologies187

  17. 7.2. The multilayered architecture of cumulative and disruptive project ecologies191

  18. 8.1. Contingencies of P-form and M-form corporations205

  19. 8.2. Characteristics of P-form and M-form corporations209

  20. 11.1. Five generations of innovation models280

  21. 12.1. Four governance paradigms310

  22. 12.2. Examples for levels of analysis in project governance studies314

  23. 15.1. Time-line of technologies and techniques in use on major projects372

  24. 16.1. Project-shaping practices399

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    16.2. A five-step process of project-shaping through network mobilization402

  26. 17.1. Contrasting modes of control422

  27. 19.1. Some important dimensions on which the two contexts tend to differ478

  28. 21.1. Comparison: practice approach and process approach504