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Ninan, Dr Johan (author), Clegg, Stewart (author)
In this article, we discuss the concept of safetywashing defined as the strategic practice of promoting, marketing, and branding of safety practices without full disclosure of negative information to improve the image of the organization. The research seeks to answer two questions: first, what are safetywashing strategies? Second, what are the...
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Clegg, Stewart (author), Ninan, Dr Johan (author)
The concept of governmentality has proven useful to analyse how the reflexive management of people within and without the project is conducted. In this chapter we explore the organizational theory of governmentality and its importance in project settings. First, we identify the specificity of project governance and relate it to the definition...
book chapter 2023
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Ninan, Dr Johan (author), Clegg, Stewart (author), Burdon, Steve (author), Clay, John (author)
Infrastructure megaprojects are increasing in size and number worldwide. Widespread shortcomings such as cost overruns, delays, litigious threats, and community opposition are now so pervasive there is a clear mandate to rethink the way we plan, deliver, and operate our infrastructure. In this context, we situate this research to understand how...
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Ninan, Dr Johan (author), Clegg, Stewart (author), Mahalingam, Ashwin (author), Sankaran, Shankar (author)
City rebuilding precincts are embedded in, surrounded by, and sometimes resisted or celebrated by stakeholders they impact. These projects require long-lasting relationships and loyalty from the community they serve, making trust a crucial factor. This article employs a case study approach and draws from both social exchange and circuit of power...
journal article 2023
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Clegg, Stewart (author), Ninan, Dr Johan (author)
book chapter 2023
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Clegg, Stewart (author), Loosemore, Martin (author), Walker, Derek (author), van Marrewijk, A.H. (author), Sankaran, Shankar (author)
This chapter presents a holistic investigation into construction culture from an organisation studies as well as project management perspective, mobilising the concept of toxic project cultures as a novel conceptual lens to explore new ways to transform the construction industry into a more dynamic, innovative, and socially responsible sector...
book chapter 2023
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Clegg, Stewart (author), Ninan, Dr Johan (author)
Under the rubric of project governance, governmentality has been defined as a general mode of governing people in projects, whether these projects are organized in an authoritarian, liberal, or neo-liberal mode in their approach to authority relations. We argue that governmentality is a specifically neo-liberal form of social integration, one...
journal article 2023
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