What is it about?
This research seeks to provide an understanding of how traditional leaders as a public authority in many countries impact stakeholder management on construction projects.
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Why is it important?
This research provides project managers with information for developing practical strategies for managing the influence of traditional authorities to ensure an effective stakeholder management process at the pre-construction stage of infrastructure projects. Our findings highlight the elements of traditional authority that project stakeholder managers must focus on for a successful management of infrastructure projects. Furthermore, the patterns of influence identified in this study serve to alert project stakeholder managers on the potential risks and benefits that can arise during stakeholder management at the pre-construction stage.
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This page is a summary of: Exploring the dimensions of traditional authority influencing stakeholder management at the pre-construction stage of infrastructure projects, Construction Management and Economics, April 2019, Taylor & Francis,
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