Identifying Key Features of the Innovated Japanese Project Management: A Critical Review on its Philosophy
MetadataShow full item record
Project management is an important skill that determines the success or failure of a project. The Japanese project management (JPM) methods, namely Project and Program Management (P2M) and Kaikaku Project Management (KPM), are innovated project management methodologies that have been proven to be effective. This paper presents a critical review of its key features and elements in terms of its philosophy, management tools and project models. The research findings will eventually bring awareness and provoke interest in organizations worldwide to implement or apply the methods if found to be suitable in their project management processes.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Researchers' experience with project management in health and medical research: Results from a post-project reviewPayne, J.; France, K.; Henley, N.; D'antoine, Heather; Bartu, Anne; Elliott, E.; Bower, C. (2011)Background: Project management is widely used to deliver projects on time, within budget and of defined quality. However, there is little published information describing its use in managing health and medical research ...
Leadership partnership : Chinese and expatriate managers in multi-national construction companies in Hong KongWong, Philco Nai-keung (2012)In the era of globalization, people from various cultures are being put together and interactions between them in the workplace are inevitable. The construction industry is no exception. How the management personnel respond ...
Maintaining project alignment : a grounded theory study of project managers in the Public Works Department of Malaysia (PWDM)Mohamad Zainal, Hannerita (2012)The main aim of this thesis is to examine and provide theoretical understandings of the reasons why project managers have varying success in delivering projects. To this end, a grounded theory approach is adopted for the ...