Contents: tIntroduction /Includes bibliographical references and index.Summary: "In recent years, organizational project management (OPM) has emerged as a field focused on how project, program, and portfolio management practices strategically help firms realize organizational goals. There is a compelling need to address the totallity of project-related work at the organizational level, providing a view of organizations as a network of projects to be coordinated among themselves, integrated by the more permanent organization, and to move away from a focus on individual projects. This comprehensive volume provides views form a wide range of international scholars researching OPM at a cross-disciplinary level. It covers concepts, theories, and practices from disciplines allied to management, such as strategic management, organization science, and behavioral science. It will be a valuable read for scholars and practitioners alike, looking to enrich their understanding of OPM and further investigate this new phenomenon."