Agents, Techniques, and Tools of Projectification

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Agents, Techniques, and Tools of Projectification. / Mukhtar-Landgren, Dalia; Fred, Mats.

The Projectification of the Public Sector. red. / Damien, E Hodgson; Mats Fred; Simon Bailey; Patrik Hall. Routledge, 2019. (Routledge critical studies in public management).

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Harvard

Mukhtar-Landgren, D & Fred, M 2019, Agents, Techniques, and Tools of Projectification. i DE Hodgson, M Fred, S Bailey & P Hall (red), The Projectification of the Public Sector. Routledge critical studies in public management, Routledge.

APA

Mukhtar-Landgren, D., & Fred, M. (2019). Agents, Techniques, and Tools of Projectification. I D. E. Hodgson, M. Fred, S. Bailey, & P. Hall (Red.), The Projectification of the Public Sector (Routledge critical studies in public management). Routledge.

CBE

Mukhtar-Landgren D, Fred M. 2019. Agents, Techniques, and Tools of Projectification. Hodgson DE, Fred M, Bailey S, Hall P, redaktörer. I The Projectification of the Public Sector. Routledge. (Routledge critical studies in public management).

MLA

Mukhtar-Landgren, Dalia och Mats Fred "Agents, Techniques, and Tools of Projectification"., Hodgson, Damien, E och Fred, Mats Bailey, Simon Hall, Patrik (redaktörer). The Projectification of the Public Sector. Kapitel 10, Routledge critical studies in public management. Routledge. 2019.

Vancouver

Mukhtar-Landgren D, Fred M. Agents, Techniques, and Tools of Projectification. I Hodgson DE, Fred M, Bailey S, Hall P, redaktörer, The Projectification of the Public Sector. Routledge. 2019. (Routledge critical studies in public management).

Author

Mukhtar-Landgren, Dalia ; Fred, Mats. / Agents, Techniques, and Tools of Projectification. The Projectification of the Public Sector. redaktör / Damien, E Hodgson ; Mats Fred ; Simon Bailey ; Patrik Hall. Routledge, 2019. (Routledge critical studies in public management).

RIS

TY - CHAP

T1 - Agents, Techniques, and Tools of Projectification

AU - Mukhtar-Landgren, Dalia

AU - Fred, Mats

PY - 2019/12/12

Y1 - 2019/12/12

N2 - While previous research on projectification tends to focus on why processes of projectification emerge and in what contexts, this chapter use the example of European Union (EU) project funding in Swedish local government to analyse and understand how processes of projectification unfold in terms of transformation and adaptation. Key agents in processes of projectification are located and how these agents work and with what techniques and tools are described and analysed. It is argued that processes of projectification unfold through the workings of agents sharing, at the same time as constructing, a project funding market in which they mediate between EU funding and possible EU projects. The EU project funding market is held together by mediating agents and their application of policy techniques and tools of information, roadmaps/policies, collaborations/networks, courses, and consultation. Processes of projectification are as such triggered by project-supporting incentives created top-down at the same time as several bottom-up initiatives trigger the same phenomenon. As a result, projectification is understood not only as an increasing use of EU projects but as processes of transformation and adaptation where agents create project strategies, project models, engage in project networks and train staff in project management and project methodology to handle forthcoming projects.

AB - While previous research on projectification tends to focus on why processes of projectification emerge and in what contexts, this chapter use the example of European Union (EU) project funding in Swedish local government to analyse and understand how processes of projectification unfold in terms of transformation and adaptation. Key agents in processes of projectification are located and how these agents work and with what techniques and tools are described and analysed. It is argued that processes of projectification unfold through the workings of agents sharing, at the same time as constructing, a project funding market in which they mediate between EU funding and possible EU projects. The EU project funding market is held together by mediating agents and their application of policy techniques and tools of information, roadmaps/policies, collaborations/networks, courses, and consultation. Processes of projectification are as such triggered by project-supporting incentives created top-down at the same time as several bottom-up initiatives trigger the same phenomenon. As a result, projectification is understood not only as an increasing use of EU projects but as processes of transformation and adaptation where agents create project strategies, project models, engage in project networks and train staff in project management and project methodology to handle forthcoming projects.

KW - projectification

KW - projektifiering

UR - https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9781315098586/chapters/10.4324/9781315098586-11

M3 - Book chapter

SN - 9780367183332

T3 - Routledge critical studies in public management

BT - The Projectification of the Public Sector

A2 - Hodgson, Damien, E

A2 - Fred, Mats

A2 - Bailey, Simon

A2 - Hall, Patrik

PB - Routledge

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