Tanaka H., Bushuyev S.
Автор(и) (англ)
Tanaka H., Bushuyev S.
Дата публікації:


Анотація (укр):

Розглянуто інноваційні проекти та програми в рамках нової методології управління комплексними проектами на основі системи знань Р2М. Застосовано модель факторного аналізу для створення проектів високого рівня складності.

Анотація (рус):

Рассматриваются инновационные проекты и программы в рамках новой методологии управления комплексными проектами на основе системы знаний Р2М. Применяется модель факторного анализа для создания проектов высокого уровня сложности.

Анотація (англ):

This paper is based on the authors’ continuing foundation research on creation and management of innovative projects and programs and the concept of meta program management; is concerned with contextual analysis of the contemporary project industry with respects to complex dimensions and salient characteristics of new generations of projects; and proposes a framework of development strategy and meta program management of such projects.



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