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References Abels, S., Ahlemann, F., Hahn, A., Hausmann, K. and Strickmann, J. PROMONT-A Project Management Ontology as a Reference for Virtual Project Organizations. In: Lecture notes in Computer Science , Springer Verlag, p. 813-823 (2006) Cerpa, N., Verner, J. Why did your project fail? In: Communications of the ACM. Volume 52, Issue 12, p. 130-134 (2009) Cheyer, A., Park, J., Giuli, R. IRIS: Integrate. Relate. Infer. Share. In: Proceedings of Semantic Desktop Workshop at the ISWC. (2005) Decker, S., Frank, M. The social semantic desktop. In: WWW

References White D., Fortune J. Current practice in project management - an empirical study. International Journal of Project Management. - Nr. 20 (2002), 1. - 11. Besner C., Hobbs B. An Empirical Investigation of Project Management Practice A Summary of the Survey Results: PMI - URL: http://www.pmi.org/PDF/pp_besnerhobbs.pdf Global Project Management Survey- URL: http://www.pmportal.co.uk/uploads/documents/PIPCSurvey.pdf Raymond L., Bergeron F. Project management information systems: An empirical study of their impact on project managers and project success

References Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Fourth Edition. Newtown Square: Project Management Institute, 2008. S. Bērziša and J. Grabis, "Knowledge Reuse in Configuration of Project Management Information Systems: A Change Management Case Study" in: Proceedings of the 15th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Engineering Systems 2011. Budapest: IEEE, 2011, pp.: 51-56. S. Bērziša and J. Grabis, "A Framework for Knowledge-Based Configuration of Project Management Information Systems" in

References Andersen, E.S. (1996). Warning: activity planning is hazardous to your project’s health!. International Journal of Project Management, 14(2): pp. 89-94. Atkinson, R. (1999). Project Management: Cost, time, and quality, two best guesses and a phenomenon, it’s time to accept other success criteria. International Journal of Project Management, 17(6), pp. 337-342. Dvir, D., and Lechler, T. (2004). Plans are nothing, changing plans is everything: the impact of changes on project success. Research Policy 33 (2004) pp. 1-15. FELLNER Executivetraining und

References Berssaneti, F. T. and Carvalho, M. M. (2015). Identification of variables that impact project success in Brazilian companies. International journal of project management , 33 (3), 638-649. Charvat, J. (2003). Project management methodologies selecting, implementing, and supporting methodologies and processes for projects. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Cooke-Davies, T. (2002). The real success factors on projects. International journal of project management , 20 (3), 185-190. Cooper, R. J. (2006). Managing technology development projects

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References Aga, D. A., Noorderhaven, N., and Vallejo, B. (2016). Transformational leadership and project success: The mediating role of team-building. International Journal of Project Management , 34, 806-818. doi:10.1016/j.ijproman.2016.02.012 Alaa, G. and Fitzgerald, G. (2013). Re-conceptualizing agile information systems development using complex adaptive systems theory. Emergence: Complexity and Organization , 15(3), 1-23. Retrieved from https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Reconceptualizing-Agile-Information-Systems-Devel-Alaa-Fitzgerald/d2cb7af5bd9889b

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plan-driven methods. Proceedings. 26th International Conference on Software Engineering . http://doi.org/10.1109/ICSE.2004.1317503 IEEE (2014). Guide to the software engineering body of knowledge (SWEBOK V3.0). IEEE Computer Society Press. 335 p. Bushuev, S. D., & Neizvestnyy, S. I. (2013). The project management methodologies genome as the universal knowledge model. Management of Development of Complex Systems , 14, 15–18. Conforto E., Salum F., Amaral D., et al. (2014). Can Agile Project Management Be Adopted by Industries Other than Software Development