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PROJECT SUCCESS

DEFINITION, CRITERIA
AND FACTORS
This paper studies the most
significant and critical success
factors in project management
in different conditions described
by different researchers
.

The issue of what defines project success (or


failure) is complex and often elusive.

Projects often possess a specialized set of


critical success factors that must be
addressed.

Project and top management should define


and agree on the project success criteria.

CHAPTER I:
INTRODUCTION

The present study utilizes the results of


previous qualitative, descriptive case studies
to avoid bias and errors attributable to the
limitations of the survey.

Critical success factors developed in the


literature were tabulated and ranked based
on their repetitive appearance in literature
models

CHAPTER I:
METHODOLOGY

Organizations are project based.

Project Management Success.

Project Success.

CHAPTER I:
IMPORTANCE

Identify key procurement project management


success factors.

Ranking the critical success factors.

Exploring success and failure factors in


projects on the basis of previous studies.

CHAPTER I:
OBJECTIVE

De Wit (1988) : Distinguish between


Project

success (overall objectives of the project)

Project

management success (PCTS)

Also
Success

criteria (Judge Measurements)

Success

factors (Inputs to the management

system)

CHAPTER II:
LITERATURE REVIEW

De Wit (1988) : The Model


A

project can be a success for one party and a


disaster for another.
Success

is time dependent.

CHAPTER II:
LITERATURE REVIEW

Rockart (1979) : The 3 Steps Model


Generate

critical success factors (CSFs)

>> success factors


Refine

(CSFs) into objectives

>>objectives and goals


Identify

measures of performance

>>criteria

CHAPTER II:
LITERATURE REVIEW

Baccarini (1999): The Product


Project

management success.

Product

success: Effects of the project's final

product.
LONG TERM

CHAPTER II:
LITERATURE REVIEW

Pinto & Slevin (1988) The Client


Client

satisfaction with the final result.

CHAPTER II:
LITERATURE REVIEW

Radolph & Posner (1994) Holistic Approach


None

of the key success factors described in


the literature are responsible, on their own.
Groups

of success factors and their


interactions are of prime importance in
determining a projects success or failure.

CHAPTER II:
LITERATURE REVIEW

Shenhar, Dvir and Levy (2001)


Project

Efficiency - Internal ,time and budget

goals.
Impact

on the Customer (Immediate and longterm benefit).


Direct
Future

and Business Success (medium term).


opportunity (long term).

CHAPTER II:
LITERATURE REVIEW

Shenhar, Dvir and Levy (2001)

CHAPTER II:
LITERATURE REVIEW

Turner & Mller (2004, 2005) Project Leader


The

impact of the project manager on project


success.
Turner & Mller (2009)
If

project managers dont adapt their


leadership style to the type of project. Project
success impaired.

CHAPTER II:
LITERATURE REVIEW

CHAPTER III
DATA COLLECTION

Most agreed on factors for project success


based on researchers work for various
organizational settings and conditions:
Top

management support.

Planning/controlling.
Client

(stakeholder) involvement.

CHAPTER IV
RESULTS DISCUSSION