Learning from project failure

T.M. Williams, F. Ackermann, C. Eden, S.M. Howick, P. Love (Editor), P. Fong (Editor), Z. Irani (Editor)

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Abstract

Management of knowledge in project environments is a unique text that brings together contributions from leading academic practitioners, to demonstrate how the management of knowledge can lead to project success in today's complex and changing business environment. The work examines how the management of knowledge, particularly the sharing of knowledge and the importance of learning through reflection, can lead to project success and improved business performance. This book is written by an international contributor team and offers practical applications, models and case studies from a variety of international perspectives.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationManagement of Knowledge in Project Environments
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
Pages219-236
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2004

Keywords

  • knowledge management
  • project environments

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Williams, T. M., Ackermann, F., Eden, C., Howick, S. M., Love, P. (Ed.), Fong, P. (Ed.), & Irani, Z. (Ed.) (2004). Learning from project failure. In Management of Knowledge in Project Environments (pp. 219-236).