Combining project and process management in PPP network: Relationship between management style and outcome

Huanming Wang, Jurian Edelenbos*, Zhe Cheng

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Abstract

How to satisfactorily implement the public–private partnership (PPP) network is the most important target for infrastructure and public services policymakers. In this article, we elaborate on how project- and process-management styles can combine to deliver a satisfactory PPP. This paper uses a fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis to investigate the relationship between management styles and PPP network outcomes. Specifically, we examine the management tools (i.e. results orientation, control, communication and flexibility) and their joint effects on PPP network outcome. Results show that three combinations of sufficient conditions yield satisfactory PPP network outcomes consisting of project- and process-management styles.

Original languageEnglish
JournalAustralian Journal of Public Administration
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Publication statusPublished - 3 Nov 2021

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