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The Management of Values in Project Business: Adjusting Beliefs to Transform Project Practices and Outcomes

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The Management of Values in Project Business : Adjusting Beliefs to Transform Project Practices and Outcomes. / Martinsuo, Miia.

julkaisussa: Project Management Journal, Vuosikerta 51, Nro 4, 06.2020, s. 389–399.

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Martinsuo, Miia. / The Management of Values in Project Business : Adjusting Beliefs to Transform Project Practices and Outcomes. Julkaisussa: Project Management Journal. 2020 ; Vuosikerta 51, Nro 4. Sivut 389–399.

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