Evaluative Quantitative Research on the Success Measurement in the field of Project Management

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Gaikwad, Mayuresh Vilas
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MSc in Management Practice
Dublin Business School
This study uses an evaluative quantitative technique to look into the vital project management success assessment area. The report compiles a thorough literature analysis, highlighting central ideas and perspectives influencing project success evaluation. Success indicators in real-world project situations are then experimentally evaluated using a survey-based data-collecting approach that uses the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). The literature study shows many viewpoints on project success that consider time, money, stakeholder satisfaction, etc. The dynamic interaction of various variables gives rise to themes, emphasizing the diverse nature of project results. For this study, project management experts from various sectors participated in a structured survey to collect quantitative data. Using SPSS makes comprehensive data analysis possible, allowing for the discovery of trends, correlations, and patterns in success assessment techniques. The study aims to improve our comprehension of assessing project success using this all-encompassing methodology. A comprehensive assessment of success measures' efficacy and applicability is made possible by combining theoretical ideas and empirical facts. The study's findings provide project managers with practical knowledge and a data-driven basis for improving success evaluation techniques and encouraging better project results.