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Toward a project portfolio management evaluation framework

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Toward a project portfolio management evaluation framework. / Hansen, Lars Kristian; Rode, Anna Le Gerstrøm; Friis Sommer, Anita ; Svejvig, Per.

2019. 1 Paper presented at EURAM 2019, Lissabon, Portugal.

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Hansen, LK, Rode, ALG, Friis Sommer, A & Svejvig, P 2019, 'Toward a project portfolio management evaluation framework' Paper presented at EURAM 2019, Lissabon, Portugal, 26/06/2019 - 28/06/2019, pp. 1.

APA

Hansen, L. K., Rode, A. L. G., Friis Sommer, A., & Svejvig, P. (2019). Toward a project portfolio management evaluation framework. 1. Paper presented at EURAM 2019, Lissabon, Portugal.

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Hansen LK, Rode ALG, Friis Sommer A, Svejvig P. 2019. Toward a project portfolio management evaluation framework. Paper presented at EURAM 2019, Lissabon, Portugal.

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Hansen LK, Rode ALG, Friis Sommer A, Svejvig P. Toward a project portfolio management evaluation framework. 2019. Paper presented at EURAM 2019, Lissabon, Portugal.

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Hansen, Lars Kristian ; Rode, Anna Le Gerstrøm ; Friis Sommer, Anita ; Svejvig, Per. / Toward a project portfolio management evaluation framework. Paper presented at EURAM 2019, Lissabon, Portugal.32 p.

Bibtex

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