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|Title:||Achieving ambidexterity in large, complex engineering projects: A case study of the Sutong Bridge project|
|Publisher:||Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis|
|Citation:||Achieving ambidexterity in large, complex engineering projects: A case study of the Sutong Bridge project, Construction Management and Economics, vol.30, 5, 2012,pp 399-409|
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|Type:||C1 - Refereed Journal articles|
|Appears in Collections:||University of Sydney Research Outputs|
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