Critical success factors for projects
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More and more organisations are recognising that translating corporate strategies into actions requires projects. Consequently, it is vital that projects are successful. Critical success factors are important influences that contribute to project success. This paper reports the outcome of a survey on critical success factors derived from the responses of 150 members of the Australian Institute of Project Management. A synthesis of the responses discerned fifteen critical success factors, of which two were predominant - project understanding and competent project team.
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