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Evolution from operations project management to strategic project management: a systematic review

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R. Vivek ,

Sri Lanka Technological Campus, LK
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Y. Nanthagopan

Vavuniya Campus of the University of Jaffna, LK
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Faculty of Business Studies
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This article aims to review the evolution of Strategic Project Management (SPM) from Operations Project Management (OPM) in today's dynamic organizations. SPM identifies and implements the organization's long-term goals and objectives on the project while OPM takes care of completing projects within scope, time, budget, and quality parameters. Organizations are now encouraged to establish SPM practices for the success of organizations. This study was conducted by reviewing 16 published journal articles. The researchers identified how project management (PM) has advanced from operation to strategic perspectives and how it helps modern organizations achieve competitive advantage. Additionally, the researchers emphasized the challenges of SPM implementations in organizations. The study contributed theoretically to exploring the evolution of SPM concepts as a lack of SPM paucity in the literature and contributed in a practical way to organizations to understand the importance of SPM for their organizational success.
How to Cite: Vivek, R., & Nanthagopan, Y. (2020). Evolution from operations project management to strategic project management: a systematic review. Journal of Business Studies, 7(2), 96–115. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/jbs.v7i2.63
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Published on 30 Dec 2020.
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