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  • Social Network Analysis: Towards a network perspective of expertise coordination and project team performance

    Ekaterina Anichenko Kon Shing Kenneth Chung Lynn Crawford

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

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    Project teams often under-deliver or fail to deliver altogether. One of the reasons for such failure may be found in the project team member’s inability to coordinate expertise within the project team. Research demonstrates that certain communication patterns foster better expertise and knowledge coordination. The purpose of this article is to find supporting research that certain structures of project expertise networks may affect and predict project performance and expertise coordination within the project team.

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    Anichenko, E et al. 2017. Social Network Analysis: Towards a network perspective of expertise coordination and project team performance. In: Project Management Institute Australia, (ed.), PMI Australia Conference 2017. Sydney: University of Technology Sydney ePress. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5130/pmrp.pmiac2017.5672
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    Published on May 29, 2017

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    https://doi.org/10.5130/pmrp.pmiac2017.5672


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