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Project management priorities and the link with performance management systems.

Bryde, David J. and Wright, Gillian H. (2007) Project management priorities and the link with performance management systems. Project management journal, 35 (4). pp. 5-11. ISSN 8756-9728

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Abstract

This paper reports the results of a project management practices study in the U.K. social housing sector. A five-factor model of project priorities is established, comprising traditional measures of project cost, time, and quality, in combination with a need to focus on stakeholders and to develop a customer and project team orientation. This model supports and integrates previously fragmented notions of project performance measurement. The relationship between these five project management criteria and the effectiveness and use of a performance management system (PMS) is then explored, with some limited evidence found that PMS effectiveness is an antecedent to practices that focus on the customer, the project team members, and other stakeholders.

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