Browsing by Author "Kutsch, Elmar"

Browsing by Author "Kutsch, Elmar"

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  • Kutsch, Elmar; Hall, Mark L. (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2010-04-01)
    The management of project risk is considered a key discipline by most organisations involved in projects. Best practice project risk management processes are claimed to be self-evidently correct. However, project ...
  • Kutsch, Elmar (Emerald, 2008-12-01)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to highlight the main findings of a successfully defended doctoral thesis that studied factors or interventions causing the discrepancy between how adequate project risks should be ...
  • Denyer, David; Kutsch, Elmar; Lee-Kelley, Liz; Hall, Mark L. (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2011-05-31)
    The recent epidemic of information systems (ISs) programme failures worldwide suggests that the effective management of programmes to cope with uncertainty and achieve mission in the medium term remains a key challenge. ...
  • Kutsch, Elmar; Maylor, Harvey; Weyer, Birgit; Lupson, Jonathan (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2011-12-01)
    The consistently successful delivery of projects remains an ambition that many organisations do not achieve. Whilst the reasons behind project failure are many, one recognised factor is the ‘planning fallacy’ – over-optimism ...
  • Turner, Neil; Kutsch, Elmar; Leybourne, S. (Emerald, 2016-10-01)
    Purpose The purpose of this paper is to bring together two seemingly disparate bodies of literature – ambidexterity (the ability both to exploit and explore) and mindfulness – to take a fresh perspective on the ...
  • Kutsch, Elmar; Murray-Webster, Ruth; Maylor, Harvey (2008-04-01)
    The purpose of this document is to provide the reader with a synopsis of current thinking in the area of risk and opportunities management in programmes and projects. It forms part of a package delivered to EDS and the ...
  • Franken, Arnoud; Goffin, Keith; Szwejczewski, Marek; Kutsch, Elmar (2014-01-28)
    In complex and constantly changing business environments with ever more complex risk, one of the key questions that boards ask of themselves is: “What can we do to future-proof ourselves against the growing array of ...
  • Geraldi, Joana; Lee-Kelley, Liz; Kutsch, Elmar (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2010-08-31)
    Projects are inherently uncertain and face unexpected events, from small changes in scope to unforeseen client's bankruptcy. This paper studies how project managers respond to such events and how successful and unsuccessful ...