Disclosing Tacit Aspects of Project Management Practice with Bourdieu's 'Logic of Practice' and the SyLLK Model
||17 October 2019
||9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
||Springfield - B154, or via Zoom
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Projects, including those within the Australian Defence Industry, continue to fail. However, project work in Defence has been subject to limited empirical research. It is acknowledged that project success relies on tacit human skills. This study takes a practice orientated approach to research and seek to disclose the tacit aspects of project managing capability in the Australian Defence industry. It proposes to do this by using both Bourdieu's 'logic of practice' and the SyLLK Model, a capability profiling tool specifically developed for profiling 'know-how' in project management organisations.