A policy for development of project management. Projektijuhtimise arendamise poliitika
Keywords: economic policy, entrepreneurship, project management, projectification and programmification, project orientation, entrepreneurial orientation
AbstractThe share of temporary tasks and activities organised through projects and/or programmes is increasing in modern societies and also in businesses, non-profit and public organisations. To manage an increasing load of projects and programmes, the majority of organisations employ more skilled project management professionals and develop their project management capabilities. Against that background, most governments globally have not paid much attention to the development of project management. In other words, the project management capability (or maturity) has not been a macro-level or policy concern. The article explores the importance of project management capabilities and the need for suitable policies, and outlines a policy for the development of project management
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Kuura, A. (1). A policy for development of project management. Projektijuhtimise arendamise poliitika. Estonian Discussions on Economic Policy, 18. https://doi.org/10.15157/tpep.v18i0.877
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