New publication: Bright and Dark Spots in Project Studies
New publication: Bright and Dark Spots in Project Studies: Continuing Efforts to Advance Theory Development and Debate (in Project Management Journal)
Associate Professor Joana Geraldi, Department of Organization (IOA), Copenhagen Business School (CBS)
Adjunct Professor Jonas Söderlund, Department of Leadership and Organizational Behavior at the BI Norwegian Business School
Associate Professor Alfons van Marrewijk, Faculty of Social Sciences, Organization Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
In this special issue, we encouraged project scholars to be bold and construct their voices. We now reflect on the results, which include the bright spots in four areas: project organizing (organizing and collaborating in and between projects), project value (organizing value in and through projects), project citizenship (living in and through projects), and project scholarship (reflecting on project theorizing and scholarship). We then dared to voice our views on three dark spots: a lack of diversity in the project scholars’ ethnicities, geographies, and genders; in disciplines that extend beyond management and organization studies; and in modes of reflexivity.
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