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Critical factors in successful project implementation
This paper describes a process used to determine critical success factors that are felt to be predictive of successful project management. Full time managers who have had experience with projectsExpand
Variations in Critical Success Factors Over the Stages in the Project Life Cycle
Afield study was conducted to investigate changes in the importance of project critical success factors across four stages in the project life cycle. A total of 408 project managers or project teamExpand
Antecedents and consequences of project team cross-functional cooperation
Cross-functional teams can greatly facilitate the successful implementation of projects. This study examined the influence of a set four antecedent constructs (superordinate goals, accessibility,Expand
Project Management: Achieving Competitive Advantage
Chapter 1: Introduction: Why Project Management? Chapter 2: The Organizational Context: Strategy, Sturcutre, and Culture Chapter 3: Project Selection and Portfolio Management Chapter 4: LeadershipExpand
The causes of project failure
A study was conducted of 97 projects identified as failures by the projects' managers or parent organizations. Using the project implementation profile, a set of managerially controllable factors isExpand
Does Agile work? - A quantitative analysis of agile project success
Abstract The Agile project management methodology has been widely used in recent years as a means to counter the dangers of traditional, front-end planning methods that often lead to downstreamExpand
Trust in projects: An empirical assessment of owner/contractor relationships
Abstract A great deal of literature has pointed to the importance of trust as a facilitator of positive relationships among project stakeholders. Trust is argued to enhance a variety ofExpand
Project team communication and cross-functional cooperation in new program development
The importance of communication for the successful development of new projects, particularly within the R&D laboratory setting, has been well documented. Yet researchers have seldom examined theExpand