Governance at the Front-End
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- Governance and Governmentality for Projects: Enablers, Practices, and Consequences, 2017, pp. 221 - 237
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The chapter describes two case studies conducted in Australia to investigate ethical issues that occurred in two project organisations. The issues were primarily a result of internal conflicts, as each party tried to protect its own interests or was concerned about how decisions taken by them in the interest of the organisation might affect them personally. The authors propose that such conflicts could be minimised if the organisations adapted their governance practices to minimise 'interface' problems.
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