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Project Management
Creating Sustainable Value

Second Edition
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November 2024 | 456 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
The second edition of this comprehensive has been fully revised and updated, streamlining chapters and ensuring accessibility. Sustainability is now at the core of this textbook, showing students how projects can achieve success and create value for all stakeholders, ensuring projects for people, planet and prosperity. 

Key features of this edition include: 
Sustainability Development Goal icons throughout highlighting where topics related to sustainability are covered. 
New and expanded coverage of agile approaches, remote working, digitalisation, artificial intelligence and Industry 4.0. 
Over 100 case studies from across different industries and countries such as Spain, Denmark, Qatar, Kenya, South Africa, Australia and Brazil. 

With an array of pedagogical features and complemented by supplementary online resources, this textbook is essential reading for students and managers undertaking a project management course at either the undergraduate or postgraduate level.
 
A Guide to Project Management
 
Creating Value
 
Defining
 
Managing
 
Executing
 
Organizing
 
Leading
 
Working in Teams
 
Managing Uncertainty
 
Collaborating with Stakeholders
 
Learning and Innovating
 
Complexity
 
Endings

Stewart R. Clegg

Stewart Clegg is Professor at the University of Sydney in the School of Project Management and the John Grill Institute for Project Leadership and an Emeritus Professor of the University of Technology Sydney.  More About Author

Torgeir Skyttermoen

Torgeir Skyttermoen is Associate Professor in Project Management at Oslo Business School, Oslo Metropolitan University. He has published books on project management, have been teaching in several disciplines in studies for more than 20 years, including project management. Skyttermoen has developed several studies and has received the Norwegian Ministry of Education's Quality Award, and cares a lot providing proper learning processes. He is also Visiting Associate Professor at Innlandet Norway University of Applied Sciences. Skyttermoen is also used as an instructor and consultant in business and public organizations. More About Author

Anne Live Vaagaasar

Anne Live Vaagaasar, PhD., is Associate Professor in Management at BI Norwegian Business School. She has published widely within organizational science, in particular on temporary organizing. Here key interests are issues of organizing, relationship development, temporality, learning and innovating – always in the context of temporary organizations. She has published three books and numerous articles on these topics and won several international research awards. She is responsible for the renowned executive programs in Project Management at BI and teaches and gives lectures on a wide range of topics within the subject area. More About Author

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