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  • Analysing stakeholder advice networks: an Australian integrated healthcare project

    Julian Fares Kon Shing Kenneth Chung Megan Passey Jo Longman Pim Valentijn

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


    This paper contributes to stakeholder engagement analysis through social network theory and analytics. An integrated healthcare project was implemented in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, to improve integration and advice sharing between stakeholders of a healthcare system. The aim of this paper is to use social networks theory and methodology to examine how stakeholders (healthcare services) interact and provide professional advice to one another after the implementation of an integrated care project and to identify the correlation between social network variables and integration.

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    Fares, J et al. 2017. Analysing stakeholder advice networks: an Australian integrated healthcare project. In: Project Management Institute Australia, (ed.), PMI Australia Conference 2017. Sydney: University of Technology Sydney ePress. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5130/pmrp.pmiac2017.5665

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    Published on May 29, 2017


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