Practitioners as Partners in Knowledge Creation


  • Louis Taborda


Australia, academic conference, PMI


Opening comments from the PMI Academic Conference 2018 Academic Program Chair. 


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How to Cite

Taborda, L. (2020). Practitioners as Partners in Knowledge Creation . Project Management Research and Practice, 6. Retrieved from



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