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2021, vol. 49, br. 4, str. 795-805
Primena analize društvenih mreža za podršku upravljanju rizicima u ponašanju kooperativnih projekata
aUniversity of Beira, Interior Department of Industrial Engineering, Covilhã, Portugal
bPolytechnic Institute of Lisbon, ISEL Department of Mechanical Engineering, Lisbon, Portugal + CTS Uninova, Caparica, Portugal

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Ključne reči: project management; project success; risk management; social network analysis; informal networks; cooperative networks; social network analaysis centrality Metrics
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Prema nekoliko izvora literature i zbirki praksi, efikasna saradnja (kooperacija) među organizacijama u izvođenju projekata je kritičan faktor uspeha projekta. Ipak, čini se da organizacije i dalje oklevaju da se uključe u kooperativne mreže više nego što bi se očekivalo. Glavni razlog za to - prema nekoliko izvora literature - je nedostatak efikasnih modela za podršku organizacionim kooperativnim mrežama. U ovom radu predstavljen je model koji doprinosi upravljanju organizacionim kooperativnim mrežama, modeliranjem rizika u ponašanju koji se obično javljaju kada se organizacije uključuju u kooperativne mreže radi izvođenja projekata. Predloženi model razvijen je na osnovu četiri ključna stuba ((1) upravljanje projektima, (2) upravljanje rizicima, (3) kooperativne mreže i (4) metrike centralnosti za analizu društvenih mreža), i analizira kako se četiri kritične organizacione kooperativne neformalne mreže ((1) poverenje, (2) rešavanje problema, (3) saveti i (4) komunikacija), pojavljuju i razvijaju u različitim fazama generičkog životnog ciklusa projekata. Razvoj i implementacija predloženog modela je podržana studijom slučaja.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
DOI: 10.5937/fme2104795N
primljen: 15.01.2021.
prihvaćen: 15.07.2021.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 26.11.2021.
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