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TitleKnowledge sharing barriers in complex research and development projects : an exploratory study on the perceptions of project managers
Author(s)Santos, Vitor Ricardo
Soares, António Lucas
Carvalho, João Álvaro
Keywordsknowledge sharing
complex projects
project management
Information systems
Information technology
Large-scale projects
Research and development
Issue date2012
JournalKnowledge and Process Management
CitationSantos, V. R., Soares, A. L. and Carvalho, J. Á. (2012), Knowledge Sharing Barriers in Complex Research and Development Projects: an Exploratory Study on the Perceptions of Project Managers. Knowl. Process Mgmt., 19: 27–38. doi: 10.1002/kpm.1379
Abstract(s)Many organizations depend on the success of rapidly deployed, limited time frame and multipartner projects as an important element of their business strategies. Information management is regarded as a critical and upmost important issue, especially in projects. Complex projects require additional team collaboration and a consistent information management strategy to support the development of the project. This paper reports the findings of an exploratory study on information management barriers in complex projects, particularly focusing issues and difficulties recognized by project participants and managers. Our study intends to fill the gap in empirical research regarding this subject and to provide new insights for project managers of complex projects to devise more effective information management strategies and tools to set up and run information technology platforms.
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