The effects of organisational project management on project performance

Summary

This study investigates the links between various organizational level interventions/setups and an organisation's capability to effectively deliver projects.

Supervisor(s)

Dr Li Liu

Research Location

Civil Engineering

Program Type

N/A

Synopsis

The study tries to theorise how selected organisational level interventions/setups impact on project performance, and to empirically validate the effects. Factors examined so far includes organisational control modes (e.g. outcome control, behavioural control, clan control), project management offices (PMO), project reviews and project sponsorship; Main thoretical perspectives adopted include organisational learning theory, organisational control theory and goal-setting theory.

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Keywords

project delivery, project performance, project review, project office, organisational control, project sponsor

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 421

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