PROJECT MANAGEMENT MATURITY AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUCCESS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Keywords:Project management maturity, project management success, developing countries
This paper explores whether organisations in a developing country have become more mature over time in their project management practices, and compares the current state to findings from a similar study conducted in 2010. It thus contributes to the scant literature on project management maturity in developing countries. Six hundred responses to a project management maturity questionnaire were used to investigate the perceived project management success of 9 389 projects. The results indicated that the perceived average project management maturity dropped from the 2010 value of 2.88 to 2.64 in 2020. Despite this, most of the projects surveyed were still perceived as successful.
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