Projects have become omnipresent not only in the economy but also in our society and our lives. Projects organize and shape our actions at work, in our professional profiles and networks, and also in our homes and free time activities. Drawing on the philosophical cornerstone concepts of activity, time, space, and relations, this article introduces an alternative conceptualization of projects as a "human condition." The article concludes with implications to the project management community, in terms of both project management practice and research.
|Journal||Project Management Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|