Social Implications of Managing Project Stakeholders

Social Implications of Managing Project Stakeholders

P. Jovanovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-105-6.ch009
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Abstract

This chapter considers the social implications of managing project stakeholders with a special account of e-project management (e-PM), architecture and the importance of project management (PM) portals, and the way they are related to e-projects. The authors argue that PM portals are indispensable in project collaboration and coordination and are closely related to e-projects, since theirs is a key role in both the PM implementation and an adequate incorporation and discussion of all project stakeholders, particularly virtual teams. The authors believe that a detailed analysis of project stakeholders and PM portals presented in this chapter allows for a thorough review of the strengths as well as weaknesses of the e-project approach and is a basis for understanding of social aspects and challenges of modern ICT solutions in e-PM.

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