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Work has shifted from processes (a recurring set of routine tasks) to projects (initiatives that have a beginning and an end). Far more work is done in team configuration in network-based and flatter organizational structures leaving greater control over their work and empowerment to employees....

Resilience management is more representative, referring to a framework of activities before and after a disruptive event occurs, including planning, resilience quantification and assessment, engineering and operational improvement, and managerial and organizational optimization. A bibliometric overview on resilience assessment and the following management approaches will be...

Algorithmic management has been defined as a system of control that relies on machine-readable data and software algorithms that support and/or automate managerial decision-making about work (Duggan et al., 2020; Lee et al., 2015; Meijerink et al., 2021; Möhlmann & Zalmanson, 2017). This definition highlights three important features...

Projects within the NG and LNG industries are considered large-scale, complex-scope, multifaceted, technically demanding, and capital-intensive. Hence, they require precise management, proper synchronization, and extensive coordination at various stages (i.e., planning, procurement, engineering, construction, commissioning) to successfully develop and implement systems. The LNG value chain introduces...

There is not an agreed definition about what performance measurement is [1], [2]. Neely et al. [2] define it as “the process of quantifying the efficiency and effectiveness of action”. There are a number of frameworks for measuring the performance of an organization. Among them,...

To help improve overall efficiency and market competitiveness, organizations have been increasingly adopting and implementing multiple management systems standards (MSSs). This trend is visible from the increase in the number of most widely adopted standards such as quality and environmental management standards. We found the...

As companies divide tasks among various people, they need a system to ensure that all members of the company are fulfilling their tasks efficiently. This often requires companies to have administrative control mechanisms and hire managers that coordinate the processes and supervise the work done...

In the extant literature, management innovation is argued to be very ambiguous and hard to replicate, and hence is more likely to lead to sustainable competitive advantage (Lin, Su, & Higgins, 2016). Management innovation constitutes the rules and routines by which work gets done inside...