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governance of interconnected networks; cross-pollination in dutch project management

 
 
Nummer
06.27
 
Naam
Governance of interconnected networks; cross-pollination in Dutch project management
 
Samenvatting

Because of the ongoing process of European integration and therewith the task of securing (transnational) European values – which result in free trading of persons, commodities and services across the borders, as well as converging European energy policy – there is an increasing demand for infrastructural connections between (European) countries and with that an increasing demand for connections between national infrastructural networks.

 

 
Onderzoekers
Joost van der Hart
Beschrijving

Because of the ongoing process of European integration and therewith the task of securing (transnational) European values – which result in free trading of persons, commodities and services across the borders, as well as converging European energy policy – there is an increasing demand for infrastructural connections between (European) countries and with that an increasing demand for connections between national infrastructural networks.

The European Commission is aware of this increasing demand and has formulated policy as well as regulation rules. Much of these rules concentrate on the (technical) harmonisation and providing non-discrimination. With these regulation rules, the European Commission determines the degrees of freedom for the management and organisation (governance) in the various infrastructural sectors.

The actual realisation of new physical connections between countries and networks is a task of the individual member states and is next to an implementation issue (project management), also a task of co-operation between stakeholders (governance). Especially within this last category the infrastructural sector faces many difficulties.

This research has aimed to explore these difficulties drawing from practitioners’ experience in realising these connections. Subject of research were successful ventures as well as failed projects. Underlying factors that were thought to be explanatory for success or failure were technical factors, cultural factors, behaviour and strategy, collaboration and interaction, law and regulation and investment.

 
Partners
AT Osborne
 
GTS BV
 
ProRail
 
Tennet
Afgerond
2010
 

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