Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)


Stakeholders have a Different Perspective in the Identification and Ranking of Success Factors: Empirical Evidence from PSDP Projects

Author(s): Saeed Muhammad, Imran Ibrahim Alasan & Waqas Ali

The purpose of conducting research is to rank success factors and criteria that are imperative for project success keeping in view the perception of relevant stakeholders. A total of 233 questionnaires were filled by the relevant stakeholders from 26 projects under Public Sector Development Programs (PSDP) executed in different universities. These respondents were involved in projects in different capacities. Sponsor, project team, client, contractors, consultants, architect were the stakeholders in PSDP projects were the participants in the study. An adapted Likert based questionnaires were filed by the participants using convenience sampling method. SPSS was used for data analysis after getting input from subject experts. Results shows stakeholders are different in perception regarding success factors. Each group of stakeholders have diverged opinion and look the success factors and success criteria differently. The contribution of current study will be academically and knowledge addition to project management. In time identification of success factors (SF) and success criteria (SC) will lead to successful completion of construction project specifically and all projects in general in Pakistan as well as globally.

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