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Title: Project management maturity models: The silver bullets of competitive advantage.
Authors: Jugdev, Kam
Thomas, J
Keywords: Engineering;Project Management
Issue Date: Dec-2002
Publisher: Project Management Institute
Citation: Project Management Journal, 33(4), 4–14.
Abstract: Project management maturity models are important assessment tools for the profession. Maturity models identify organizational strengths and weaknesses as well as provide benchmarking information. They capture explicit, codified practice (know-what), but do not include the intangible assets of project management (know-how). Some have made the claim that project management maturity models (MM) can lead to a competitive advantage for firms. This paper uses four resource-based frameworks to assess whether or not maturity models lead to a sustained competitive advantage. In the context of the strategy domain, it is concluded that MMs can result in a temporary competitive advantage but not a sustained competitive advantage. Clearly, a sustained competitive advantage is rooted in a combination of know-what and know-how.
Description: Student Award paper
ISSN: 87569728
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