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Loose, fragmented project arrangements ? Some implications for practitioners

Christopher Cullen    

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This paper aims to contribute to our understanding of the project by considering an alternative type of project taken from the world of practice but which appears to be over-looked within much of the existing PM research.  The paper draws from two recent project experiences and describes a project reality as messy, ambiguous and fragmented.  How this messiness affect the project structure and the implications in terms of how we manage projects are drawn out and discussed.

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