The focus of this study is on the role of individuals in making project initiation decisions. The decision to proceed with a project is critical, and the up-front process of initiation has been identified as having a dominant influence in determining the success or failure of individual project efforts. The process of project initiation lives at the intersection between organizational strategy and project management, and from different perspectives often appears to be part of one or the other, at times can be argued to belong to both, and occasionally seems to belong to neither. This study seeks to explore how individual actors engage in and support the process of making effective project initiation decisions.
Year Manuscript Completed
Operations Research (0796)
Project management Decision making.
Primary Language of Manuscript
Recommended CitationMark Mullaly (2013) Exploring the Personal Dynamics of Project Initiation Decisions, PhD, ePublications@bond, Institute of Sustainable Development and Architecture.
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