EPOJ Volume 4

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Issue 1

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Editorial

Paul S Chinowsky

The impact of project managers’ experience on the selection of strategies for minimizing information asymmetries in construction projects

Anita Ceric

Understanding of labelling and sustaining of innovation in construction: a sensemaking perspective

NATALYA SERGEEVA

The ambience of a project alliance in Australia

DEREK HENRY THOMAS WALKER and BEVERLEY MAY LLOYD-WALKER

Assessing key dimensions to effective innovation implementation in interorganizational project teams: an Integrated Project Delivery case

SINEM MOLLAOGLU-KORKMAZ, VERNON D. MILLER and WEIDA SUN

Issue 2-3

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Thinking, saying and doing in collaborative projects: What can we learn from theories of practice?

NICK MARSHALL

Towards satisfying the client: optimizing, satisficing or disappointing?

RICHARD FELLOWS

Stakes and struggles in liminal spaces: construction practitioners interacting with management-consultants

CHRISTINE RÄISÄNEN and MARTIN LÖWSTEDT

Project management: a profession with a hole in its head or, why a change in the culture of academic support is needed for the profession

PETER W.G. MORRIS

Making sense of stakeholder values emergence

G.R.W. MILLS and S.A. AUSTIN

The ‘slippery’ concept of ‘culture’ in projects: towards alternative theoretical possibilities embedded in project practice

SVETLANA CICMIL and HUGO GAGGIOTTI

Issue 4

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Editorial

Paul S. Chinowsky

A leadership-as-practice perspective on design in architecture, engineering and construction projects: interaction analysis of a collaborative workshop

VEDRAN ZERJAV, TIMO HARTMANN and FREDERICK M.C. VAN AMSTEL

Key success factors of collaborative planning processes

IVA KOVACIC and MICHAEL FILZMOSER

The door is ajar—response to ‘Project management: a profession with a hole in its head or, why a change in the culture of academic support is needed for the profession’

GARY D. HOLT

House of Project Complexity—understanding complexity in large infrastructure projects

DONALD LESSARD, VIVEK SAKHRANI and ROGER MILLER

Achieving reliability in transnational work on complex projects: new directions for research

SHOBHA RAMALINGAM, SUNILA LOBO, ASHWIN MAHALINGAM and JENNIFER WHYTE