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The enablers of project management practice in technological industry

The enablers of project management practice in technological industry,Supachart Iamratanakul,Ravi Shankar,Yuosre Badir,Nicholas J. Dimmitt

The enablers of project management practice in technological industry  
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The best practices in project management are defined by looking at the enablers that worked well for a company and most likely continue to work well in many future projects. However, the enablers for one project from a particular industry may be differed from another. Present study focuses on Thailand's electronics industry to identify its enablers and understand mutual relationship among these enablers. Few enablers supporting other enablers are “driving enablers” and those which are most influenced by others are “dependent enablers.” Interpretive structural modeling (ISM) methodology has been applied to investigate the mutual relationship among these enablers. The results show that there are an enabler, specifically “Relationship with clients”, being the most significant enablers, and therefore deserve serious attention from management. The study concludes with a direction of future research.
Published in 2010.
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