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  • Transferring project management knowledge: lessons learned in open standards projects

    Russell Kenley Toby Harfield Bill East

    Chapter from the book: Project Management Institute Australia, . 2017. PMI Australia Conference 2017.


    Significant Project Management knowledge is generated by practitioners, usually presented as ‘practitioner lessons learned’. However, the role of the academic as only project management sense-maker, excluding practitioner knowledge-creator, is questioned. An alternative view is that some academics are also important members of the project management community of practitioners because their project management skills are necessary to do collaborative industry research.

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    Kenley, R et al. 2017. Transferring project management knowledge: lessons learned in open standards projects. In: Project Management Institute Australia, (ed.), PMI Australia Conference 2017. Sydney: University of Technology Sydney ePress. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5130/pmrp.pmiac2017.5662

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    Published on May 29, 2017


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