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The (enlightened) perspective of an anthropologist on entrepreneurship and the project

The (enlightened) perspective of an anthropologist on entrepreneurship and the project IJMPB INTERVIEW 12,1 The (enlightened) perspective of an anthropologist on 104 entrepreneurship and the project An interview with Jean-Pierre Boutinet Jean-Pierre Boutinet is the author of Anthropologie du projet (2012) and Vers une société des agendas, Une mutation des temporalités (2004). The main focus of his work has been on the study of the project through the lens of his expertise as psychologist and anthropologist. This interview is quite relevanttoproject studiesasitnurturesnew thoughts on the relationship between entrepreneurship and projects. Boutinet influences in France on the understanding of the emergence and evolution of the word and the concept of project in the Western world has been tremendous. From this perspective, he offers a fresh critical look at the very central notion of time in the context of the project. He questions how the term project is used today and how we tend to dismiss the essence of its very nature for its creativity and meaning. As his work has been published only in French, it has not been discovered by the project management community at large with the exception of a few scholars (e.g. Garel, 2013; Scranton, 2015). We hence take the opportunity provided by this special section to introduce http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Managing Projects in Business Emerald Publishing

The (enlightened) perspective of an anthropologist on entrepreneurship and the project

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1753-8378
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10.1108/IJMPB-03-2019-216
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IJMPB INTERVIEW 12,1 The (enlightened) perspective of an anthropologist on 104 entrepreneurship and the project An interview with Jean-Pierre Boutinet Jean-Pierre Boutinet is the author of Anthropologie du projet (2012) and Vers une société des agendas, Une mutation des temporalités (2004). The main focus of his work has been on the study of the project through the lens of his expertise as psychologist and anthropologist. This interview is quite relevanttoproject studiesasitnurturesnew thoughts on the relationship between entrepreneurship and projects. Boutinet influences in France on the understanding of the emergence and evolution of the word and the concept of project in the Western world has been tremendous. From this perspective, he offers a fresh critical look at the very central notion of time in the context of the project. He questions how the term project is used today and how we tend to dismiss the essence of its very nature for its creativity and meaning. As his work has been published only in French, it has not been discovered by the project management community at large with the exception of a few scholars (e.g. Garel, 2013; Scranton, 2015). We hence take the opportunity provided by this special section to introduce

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International Journal of Managing Projects in BusinessEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 4, 2019

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