Misunderstandings are among the top causes of losses and failure in project business?
In cross-corporate projects, perfect communication is a core ingredient of success. Conflicting use of terminology can be particularly dangerous, disrupting the mission-oriented partnership among the organizations and people involved and leading to costly rework.
Lehmann, O.F. (2020) 'The Project Business Glossary', Project Business Foundation, November [Online]. Available from: https://www.project-business.org/programs/project-business-glossary (Accessed: 25 March 2021).
This Code of Conduct can be applied by organizations and individuals involved in project business and can be used as a joint basis for cooperative behavior by project customers and contractors.
Lehmann, O.F. (2020) 'Template: Code of Conduct for a Cross-Corporate Project', Project Business Foundation, February [Online]. Available from: https://www.project-business.org/tools/code-of-conduct (Accessed: ## ### ####).
Literature on Project Business Management is astonishingly scarce, given the relevance of this business discipline and the challenges and risks it brings to organizations and practitioners.
Lehmann, O.F. (2022) 'Literature about Project Business Management', Project Business Foundation, July [Online]. Available from: https://www.project-business.org/tools/literature (Accessed: ## ### ####).
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