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  • Project success assessment – business and individual perspectives

    Matthias Albert Konrad Spang Patrick Balve

    Chapter from the book: International Project Management Association, . 2018. International Project Management Association Research Conference 2017.


    The evolution of project success assessment started with Barnes’ Iron Triangle, which was one of the first attempts to evaluate project success based on time, cost and performance. Those criteria were expanded over time, focusing on the satisfaction of stakeholder groups. The question arises whether this focus is also manifest in practice. This article aims to find out whether companies use satisfaction criteria to assess project success and whether different internal project participants are satisfied with project success assessment within their companies.

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    Albert, M et al. 2018. Project success assessment – business and individual perspectives. In: International Project Management Association, (ed.), International Project Management Association Research Conference 2017. Sydney: University of Technology Sydney ePress. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5130/pmrp.ipmarc2017.5580

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    Published on June 12, 2018


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