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Exploring the three levels of project management, this edited collection analyses the practice of problem structuring approaches (PSAs) with an aim to improve organisational adaptability and value creation. By studying these approaches, the authors present techniques for enhancing project management knowledge, informing decision-making and guiding management actions. This book is an insightful and timely read, as it addresses the need for organisations to adapt in order to tackle new challenges within today's changing business landscape. Undoubtedly useful to those studying project management and operational research, this book is also an important read for managers and decision-makers within organisations as it identifies and examines the effective outcomes of PSAs.
|Publication date:||21st December 2018|
|Publisher:||Springer Nature Switzerland AG|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Project management, Operational research, Organizational theory & behaviour, Business strategy,|
Gary Bell is a Teaching Fellow in Project Management with Innovation and Strategy Studies at the University of Sussex, UK. Rosane Pagano is a Principal Lecturer in the Business School of Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. Jon Warwick is Professor of Educational Development in the Mathematical Sciences at London South Bank University, UK. Carlos Sato is a Lecturer in Management at the University of Sussex, UK.More About Gary Bell