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Level of end-user computing moderates the impact of time-bases product development practices on performance
International Journal of Product Development (2005)
  • Patrick Rondeau, Butler University
  • M. A. Vonderembse
  • M. Cao
Abstract
Note: full-text not available due to publisher restrictions. Link takes you to publisher's website. This paper presents a theoretical contribution to the study of organisational project management and of the project management office (PMO). The PMO should no longer be considered an isolated island within an organisation. It is our premise that the PMO is part of a network of complex relations that links strategy, projects and structures and thus is a point of entry into the organisation to study the foundations of organisational project management. We argue that the study of such complex relationships within an organisation should turn away from the traditional positivist approach to a new conceptual framework. The proposed theoretical framework draws from three complementary fields – innovation, sociology and organisational theory – to form an innovative understanding of the PMO and organisational project management.
Publication Date
2005
Citation Information
Patrick Rondeau, M. A. Vonderembse and M. Cao. "Level of end-user computing moderates the impact of time-bases product development practices on performance" International Journal of Product Development Vol. 1 Iss. 4/3 (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/patrick_rondeau/2/