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Strategic drivers of delivery capacity
Annual project management Australia conference incorporating the PMI Australia national conference (PMOz): Building a global recovery
  • Lynn Crawford, Bond University
Date of this Version
8-23-2010
Document Type
Conference Paper
Publication Details

Interim status: Citation only.

Crawford, L. (2010). Strategic drivers of delivery capacity. Paper presented at the Annual project management Australia conference incorporating the PMI Australia national conference (PMOz): Building a global recovery, Brisbane, Australia.

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2010 HERDC submission. FoR Code: 120201

© Copyright Lynn Crawford, 2010

ISBN
978-0-9807680-2-2
Abstract
Recent research into the value of project management has highlighted the importance of 'fit' whereby the internal and external context of an organization would determine the configuration of project management that would add value. A major challenge for organizations, and a differentiator of corporate performance, is the ability to execute strategy. It is a key to corporate agility and the ability to build on global recovery. Projects and programs are the primary vehicles for strategy execution, and project management can therefore be seen as the delivery capability of organisations. In order to add value, project management must be configured to support and 'fit' the strategic drivers of each organization. This paper reports on research that aims to contribute to raising perceived value of project management by enhancing understanding of the strategic drivers of corporations in different industry sectors and the implications this may have for configuration of organizational project management capability.
Citation Information
Lynn Crawford. "Strategic drivers of delivery capacity" Annual project management Australia conference incorporating the PMI Australia national conference (PMOz): Building a global recovery (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lynn_crawford/34/