A General Framework for Gauging the Performance of Initiatives to Enhance Organizational Value
The project management literature argues that most projects fail, and yet, paradoxically, increasing numbers of proposals for new initiatives attract funds. In order to resolve an apparent 'investment-in-failure' paradox, this paper questions the methodology used in the literature to judge project performance and to decide on funding new projects. Using results from a field study, the authors describe a project performance framework that both expands and extends traditional approaches. They...[Show more]
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|Source:||British Journal of Management|
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