Juri Matinheikki
Juri Matinheikki
Postdoctoral researcher, Aalto University, School of Business, Department of Information and
Verified email at aalto.fi
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Managing inter-organizational networks for value creation in the front-end of projects
J Matinheikki, K Artto, A Peltokorpi, R Rajala
International journal of project management 34 (7), 1226-1241, 2016
New value creation in business networks: The role of collective action in constructing system-level goals
J Matinheikki, T Pesonen, K Artto, A Peltokorpi
Industrial Marketing Management 67, 122-133, 2017
Politics, public servants, and profits: Institutional complexity and temporary hybridization in a public infrastructure alliance project
J Matinheikki, K Aaltonen, D Walker
International Journal of Project Management 37 (2), 298-317, 2019
From the profit of one toward benefitting many–Crafting a vision of shared value creation
J Matinheikki, R Rajala, A Peltokorpi
Journal of Cleaner Production 162, 83-93, 2017
Engineering meets institutions: An interdisciplinary approach to the management of resilience
N Naderpajouh, JY David, DP Aldrich, I Linkov, J Matinheikki
Environment Systems and Decisions 38 (3), 306-317, 2018
Level crossing removal authority Package 1 case study
DHT Walker, J Matinheikki, T Maqsood
Melbourne, Australia, BIM+ Research Group, School of Property, Construction …, 2018
Searching for a common tone–Institutional complexity in project alliancing
J Matinheikki, K Aaltonen, D Walker
International Research Network on Organizing by Projects Conference, 2017
Value creation in the project front-end through managing the development of a multi-organizational network
J Matinheikki, K Artto, A Peltokorpi, R Rajala
Engineering Project Organization Conference, Engineering Project …, 2015
Resilience and projects: An interdisciplinary crossroad
N Naderpajouh, J Matinheikki, LA Keeys, DP Aldrich, I Linkov
Project Leadership and Society 1, 100001, 2020
Creating value through inter-organizational collaboration: A collective action perspective
J Matinheikki
Aalto University, 2019
Shedding Light to A Permanent-Temporary Dilemma by Investigating Projects as Complex Inter-Organizational Systems
J Matinheikki, A Peltokorpi
Engineering Project Organizations Conference, 2017
Linking Activities During Construction to Inter-Organizational Value Co-Creation During Operations
A Peltokorpi, J Matinheikki, R Kyrö, K Artto
Creating built environments of new opportunities 1, 297, 2016
How can the integration of a payer and a provider create value in health care?
A Peltokorpi, J Matinheikki, R Rajala, J Lehtinen, T Malmström
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 14075, 2018
Revisiting the unholy alliance of health-care operations: payor–provider integration of occupational health services
A Peltokorpi, J Matinheikki, J Lehtinen, R Rajala
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 2020
Revising Machine from Within: Toward Mid-Range Theory of Agency in Inter-Organizational Relations
J Matinheikki, K Kauppi, A Brandon-Jones, EM Van Raaij
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 18580, 2020
IPD from a Lean-supply-chain management perspective
DHT Walker, J Matinheikki
Routledge Handbook of Integrated Project Delivery, 365-392, 2019
Toward a middle range theory of agency in inter-organizational relationships: A systematic literature review
J Matinheikki, K Kauppi, A Brandon-Jones, E van Raaij
26th Annual EurOMA Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 2019
Unveiling Product-Organization Interactions in Projects Delivering Innovative Solutions
KA Artto, J Matinheikki, V Turkulainen
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 13909, 2018
Changing a project-based industry: The role of project work
J Matinheikki, K Aaltonen
Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, 2017
Dynamics of product-organization interactions over the project lifecycle: Do products define organizations in projects, or vice versa?
K Artto, J Matinheikki, V Turkulainen, J Lehtinen, R Rajala
International Project Business Workshop, 2017
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