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Expert Judgment in Project Management: Narrowing the Theory-Practice Gap by Paul S. Szwed

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CHAPTER 5

Discussion

5.1 Summary

Phase 1 helped us identify the current state of the practice of expert judgment within project management. Phases 2 and 3 provided us insight about how to improve the practice of expert judgment within project management using the state of the art/science found outside project management, and thereby narrow the theory-practice gap. From the perspective of Kerzner’s project management maturity model (2011) (shown in Figure 22), this study should help provide a pathway for developing basic knowledge about expert judgment and defining the process of expert judgment in an effort to move from level 1 through level 2 and into 1evel 3, and ultimately beyond with time. In sum, by introducing language of basic knowledge ...

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