Critical success factors for World Bank projects : An empirical investigation

@inproceedings{Ika2011CriticalSF,
  title={Critical success factors for World Bank projects : An empirical investigation},
  author={Lavagnon A. Ika and Amadou Bailo Diallo and Denis Thuillier},
  year={2011}
}
This paper analyzes the results of a survey that aims to explore World Bank project success factors and specifically the relationship between critical success factors (CSFs) and project success as perceived by World Bank Task Team Leaders (project supervisors). The exploratory factor analysis highlights a specific set of five CSFs: monitoring, coordination, design, training, and institutional environment. The regression analysis shows that there is a statistically significant and positive… CONTINUE READING
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