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2015 | 216 | 118-134
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Podejście kontekstowe w zarządzaniu projektami

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EN
A contextual approach in project management
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PL
Abstracts
PL
Skuteczne zarządzanie projektem jest uzależnione od kontekstu, w którym projekt jest realizowany. Aby wykorzystać potencjał otoczenia projektu, zespół zarządzający powinien zrozumieć to otoczenie oraz nim efektywnie zarządzać. Podejście kontekstowe w zarządzaniu projektami może być rozważane na poziomie pojedynczego projektu i będzie wtedy związane z procesem uwzględniania w projekcie uwarunkowań wynikających z jego otoczenia, ale także na poziomie systemowym, czyli całej organizacji i będzie wtedy oznaczać umiejętność dopasowania stosowanych technik, metod i narzędzi zarządzania projek-tami do poziomu dojrzałości projektowej organizacji.
EN
Successful project management depends on the environment in which the project is implemented. To utilize the opportunities given by the project environment project management team should understand this environment and manage them effec-tively. Contextual approach in project management can be considered at the project level and then it can be connected with the process of taking into account the contextual conditions in project implementation. It can be also seen as the organization’s ability to ad-just the project management techniques, methods and tools to the level of project mana-gement maturity (systemic level).
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216
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118-134
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Publication order reference
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2083-8611
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-616b7e96-7e5c-4d94-b969-67c38925f56f
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