Preliminary Investigation of Project Success Criteria in Norway

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Hajikazemi, S, Hussein, B and Ramazany, S (2011). Preliminary Investigation of Project Success Criteria in Norway. The 6th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications. Prague 15 - 17 Sep 2011
AuthorsHajikazemi, S, Hussein, B and Ramazany, S
TypeConference paper
Abstract

The goal of this investigation is to examine
the types of project management criteria used in projects in
Norway. The results suggest that investigated projects are
managed using an incomplete set of success criteria.
Projects are poorly aligned with corporate strategies and
users needs. They are poorly initiated and focus only on
narrow operational goals. The results also indicate that
these criteria undergo several changes during the execution
phase, which can cause the project to lose focus and
generate unwanted outcomes such as delays, unsatisfied
users and financial losses.

KeywordsSuccess criteria; Project management
Year2011
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CC BY 4.0
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Print15 Sep 2011
Publication process dates
Deposited06 Mar 2019
Accepted13 May 2011
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