Anna Wiewiora
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Project management office a knowledge broker in project-based organisations
S Pemsel, A Wiewiora
International journal of project management 31 (1), 31-42, 2013
2812013
Organizational culture and willingness to share knowledge: A competing values perspective in Australian context
A Wiewiora, B Trigunarsyah, G Murphy, V Coffey
International Journal of Project Management 31 (8), 1163-1174, 2013
1942013
Manager emotional intelligence and project success: The mediating role of job satisfaction and trust
A Rezvani, A Chang, A Wiewiora, NM Ashkanasy, PJ Jordan, R Zolin
International Journal of Project Management 34 (7), 1112-1122, 2016
1862016
Interactions between organizational culture, trustworthiness, and mechanisms for inter-project knowledge sharing
A Wiewiora, G Murphy, B Trigunarsyah, K Brown
Project Management Journal 45 (2), 48-65, 2014
1182014
The impact of technology on older adults’ social isolation
P Khosravi, A Rezvani, A Wiewiora
Computers in Human Behavior 63, 594-603, 2016
1112016
A conceptualization of knowledge governance in project-based organizations
S Pemsel, A Wiewiora, R Müller, M Aubry, K Brown
International Journal of Project Management 32 (8), 1411-1422, 2014
572014
Barriers to effective knowledge transfer in project-based organisations
A Wiewiora, B Trigunarsyah, GD Murphy, C Liang
Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on global innovation in …, 2009
392009
Opportunities and challenges in engaging citizens in the co-production of infrastructure-based public services in Australia
A Wiewiora, R Keast, K Brown
Public Management Review 18 (4), 483-507, 2016
302016
Unpacking ‘lessons learned’: investigating failures and considering alternative solutions
A Wiewiora, G Murphy
Knowledge Management Research & Practice 13 (1), 17-30, 2015
292015
The innovation potential of living-labs to strengthen small and medium enterprises in regional Australia
SP Dhakal, MN Mahmood, A Wiewiora, K Brown, R Keast
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies 19 (3), 456-474, 2013
162013
The role of organisational culture, trust and mechanisms in inter-project knowledge sharing
A Wiewiora
Queensland University of Technology, 2011
142011
Inter-and intra-project knowledge transfer-analysis of knowledge transfer techniques
A Wiewiora, C Liang, B Trigunarsyah
Proceedings of the PMI Research and Education Conference 2010:, 1-18, 2010
142010
Asset management policies and guidelines of different states in Australia: A comparative analysis
MN Mahmood, SP Dhakal, K Brown, R Keast, A Wiewiora
Journal of Facilities Management 12 (3), 286-302, 2014
112014
The impact of unique characteristics of projects and project-based organisations on knowledge transfer
A Wiewiora, B Trigunarsyah, GD Murphy, GG Gable, C Liang
102009
The role of authentic assessment in developing authentic leadership identity and competencies
A Wiewiora, A Kowalkiewicz
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 44 (3), 415-430, 2019
92019
Asset management policies and guidelines of different states in Australia
F Nasiri, MN Mahmood, SP Dhakal, K Brown, R Keast, A Wiewiora
Journal of Facilities Management, 2014
92014
Towards an integrated maturity model of asset management capabilities
MN Mahmood, SP Dhakal, A Wiewiora, R Keast, K Brown
Proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management (WCEAM …, 2015
72015
The ‘how’of multilevel learning dynamics: A systematic literature review exploring how mechanisms bridge learning between individuals, teams/projects and the organization
A Wiewiora, M Smidt, A Chang
European Management Review 16 (1), 93-115, 2019
62019
The role of trust in inter-project knowledge transfer
A Wiewiora, GD Murphy, B Trigunarsyah
ICOMS Asset Management Conference Adelaide 2010 Conference Proceedings, 2010
62010
Contextualising capability development: configurations of knowledge governance mechanisms in project-based organizations
S Pemsel, J Söderlund, A Wiewiora
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 30 (10), 1226-1245, 2018
42018
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