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A system perspective on project success

Introducing different perspectives on project success - To once again reflect upon the complexity of project success.
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The previous case, the festival project– –indicates and confirms that project success is an elusive concept. There are several perspectives to consider– –when determining if a project is a success or failure. For example, project success VS the constraints time, cost , resources, and scope. It is also project success VS project management success– –where project management often has a focus on the fulfilment of the constraints– –in the project triangle. And project success VS stakeholders’ different needs and perceptions– –which means that what is a success can have different meanings– –for different stakeholders.
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