Multilevel analysis of ambidexterity and tagging of specialised projects in project based information technology firms
Shrihari Suresh Sohani
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The purpose of this paper is to understand the expression of ambidexterity at the “between” projects level as well as the “within” project level in project-based information technology firms (PBITF). The research also provides a framework for the classification of specialised projects. This classification is essential to clarify the level of attention the project will receive with respect to the appropriation of resources and the requisite management bandwidth.
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