Project Risk Assessment and Corporate Behavior: Creating Knowledge for Sustainable Business
Abreu, António (editor)
In a VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous), organizations, in order to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage, must learn to mitigate risk and prioritize performance and innovation. In the last decade, as a way to respond to market demands, projects emerge as a way for organizations to implement their strategic objectives in order to respond to a need, opportunity, or threat in an efficient way. This e-book includes a collection of 11 papers that discuss theoretical approaches and case studies, focused on a combined effect between Project Risk Assessment and corporate behaviour in order to support the sustainability and business resilience in a competitive environment. The e-book will be of particular interest to entrepreneurs, researchers, and policymakers.
Keywordsthe ECA method; UN SDGs; COVID-19 coronavirus; Islamic banking; Maqasid al-Shariah; sustainability practices; sustainability indicators; SDG governance; green human resource management practices; corporate sustainability; developing country; industry perspective; renewable energy; emerging management practices; knowledge management; decentralization; sustainable organizational performance; entrepreneurial orientation; innovation performance; organizational commitment; transformational leadership; small and medium-sized enterprises; communication; formal communication; informal communication; communication willingness; conflict; project manager; project management; risk management; social network analysis; cooperative networks; business intelligence; project cooperative risks; knowledge creation; sustainable business; project risks; corporate behavior; project critical success factors; sustainable cooperative partnerships; entrepreneurial leadership; product innovation performance; risk; design thinking; intra-firm networks; absorptive capacity; collaborative innovation project; sustainable development; project performance; influencing factors; SEM; sustainability; collaborative networks; logistics; transportation sector; risk assessment and management; Monte Carlo method; graph-centrality metrics; project outcome; project lifecycle; individual performance; collective performance; correlation
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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