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Lista wydań / nr 40
Towards project communication management patterns
(Poszukiwanie definicji wzorca zarządzania komunikacją projektową)

Autorzy: Karolina Muszyńska
University of Szczecin
Słowa kluczowe: zarządzanie komunikacją projektową wzorzec zarządzania komunikacją adaptacja wzorców
Rok wydania:2016
Liczba stron:9 (113-121)
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Celem pracy jest zdefiniowanie wzorca zarządzania komunikacją projektową na podstawie cech charakterystycznych wzorców zdefiniowanych w innych dyscyplinach, takich jak: wzorce projektowe w inżynierii oprogramowania, wzorce zarządzania wiedzą, wzorce zarządzania architekturą przedsiębiorstwa, wzorce architektury do zarządzania wielokanałowego w przedsiębiorstwie czy wzorce zarządzania projektem. Wszystkie te wzorce mają pewne wspólne koncepcje i elementy, ale dotyczą różnych obszarów i struktur działania oraz specyficznych problemów. Definicja wzorca zarządzania komunikacją projektową zaproponowana w niniejszej pracy jest próbą adaptacji koncepcji istniejących wzorców do cech i istoty zarządzania komunikacją i jej potrzeb.
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