Project Management for Achieving Change contains the proceedings for the Second Danish Project Management Research Conference (DAPMARC-2), held in Copenhagen, June 8-9 2016.
The book presents a selection of state-of-the-art research, theory and models based on studies of project management practice. Topics include: Effects-driven road to quality development projects. A framework for project governance in major public IT projects. Experiencing social complexity in projects as Tipping Points Critical success factors for project portfolio management based on a multiple case study. A comparison framework for evaluating and comparing projects. Simulation to study decision-making in project portfolio management. When stage setting a success gets in the way of real learning
Project Management for Achieving Change is published in cooperation with IPMA Denmark (Danish Project Management Association).