Strategic Project Management: Aligning Strategic Business Objectives with Project Management Strategy
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This literature review examines the theory of "strategic project management" as a concept that aligns organizational strategic intent and project management goals. Twenty-eight sources published between 1998 and 2008 are analyzed to understand how strategic project management enables the alignment of business objectives with project strategy in support of overall competitive advantage. The role of project portfolio management and the cultivation and management of organizational competencies, capabilities and project leadership (resource-based view) are also examined.
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