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Networking is an important tool based on communication and trust, where you access knowledge by sharing information. The purpose of this research was to investigate how valuable networking is to a project manager, what is included in that added value, and if networking is perceived to increase project success.
A qualitative study, semi constructed with in depth interviews, was used with participation of six A- and B- IPMA certified project managers. Main findings indicate that project managers value networking highly. However, although aware of the value of networking they appear to be unaware of ways to make their networking more efficient. Findings also indicate that when project managers network efficiently it can benefit projects heavily regarding time, cost, quality and risk. This research provides reasons why it is important to network and how the project manager may improve their networking.
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