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The relation between project management education and newer streams in project management research

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The relation between project management education and newer streams in project management research. / Leimbach, Timo; Goodall, Julie Bladt.

The future of project management. ed. / Magnus R. P. Hansen; Jan Pries-Heje. Roskilde University, 2017. p. 65-74.

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Harvard

Leimbach, T & Goodall, JB 2017, The relation between project management education and newer streams in project management research. in MRP Hansen & J Pries-Heje (eds), The future of project management. Roskilde University, pp. 65-74.

APA

Leimbach, T., & Goodall, J. B. (2017). The relation between project management education and newer streams in project management research. In M. R. P. Hansen, & J. Pries-Heje (Eds.), The future of project management (pp. 65-74). Roskilde University.

CBE

Leimbach T, Goodall JB. 2017. The relation between project management education and newer streams in project management research. Hansen MRP, Pries-Heje J, editors. In The future of project management. Roskilde University. pp. 65-74.

MLA

Leimbach, Timo and Julie Bladt Goodall "The relation between project management education and newer streams in project management research". and Hansen, Magnus R. P. Pries-Heje, Jan (editors). The future of project management. Roskilde University. 2017, 65-74.

Vancouver

Leimbach T, Goodall JB. The relation between project management education and newer streams in project management research. In Hansen MRP, Pries-Heje J, editors, The future of project management. Roskilde University. 2017. p. 65-74

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Leimbach, Timo ; Goodall, Julie Bladt. / The relation between project management education and newer streams in project management research. The future of project management. editor / Magnus R. P. Hansen ; Jan Pries-Heje. Roskilde University, 2017. pp. 65-74

Bibtex

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