Building up a project complexity framework using an international Delphi study
July 21, 2013 Editor 0
Project management has spread around the world to become what it is today, that is to say a set of theories, principles, methodologies and practices. Past research works argue for a paradigm shift so that one could focus more on project complexity to manage projects more efficiently. However, there is a lack of consensus on what project complexity is, which makes it difficult to understand it clearly. Therefore, this article reviews the literature in order to build a standardised project complexity framework. Then, it describes how a Delphi study was conducted over a panel of academic and industrial experts to refine it. Further on, it draws some conclusions regarding project complexity factors perception, depending on some characteristics of the experts (academic/industrial experts, gender study). Finally, after a correlation study based on the Spearman rank, some perspectives are given to illustrate the applications of the project complexity framework which is built.
Go to Source
- We have to grow: 3 strategies for social startups to scale up
- Traditional medicine gains ground in African universities
- Strategic breakthroughs as flagpoles of innovation process
- Being ‘disruptive’ requires space for creativity, innovation
- RESOURCE CRITICALITY ASSESSMENT IN FUTURE ICT SCENARIOS
- Pulp Innovation Chapter LXX: What if the Scenario is Wrong?
Subscribe to our stories
- SL Crowd Green Solutions September 21, 2020
- Digital transformation in the banking sector: surveys exploration and analytics August 3, 2020
- Why Let Others Disrupt You? Take the Smart Self-Disruption Journey! August 3, 2020
- 5 Tips for Crowdfunding During the Pandemic August 3, 2020
- innovation + africa; +639 new citations August 3, 2020