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A Study on the Effect of Project Sponsor Roles and Project Manager Competencies on the Project Performance Quality
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A Study on the Effect of Project Sponsor Roles and Project Manager Competencies on the Project Performance Quality
Yun, Gunsang; Yoo, Wangjin; Lee, Joonghwan;
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Purpose: This paper seeks to analyze the relationship between project sponsor roles and project manager competencies which may account for project performance quality. Methods: After an extensive literature review, the structural equation modeling was conducted test the research model. The data was collected from project manager training course attendees by the questionnaire. Results: The results of structural equation modeling show that project sponsor roles effect on project manager competencies. Project manager competencies have a positive effect on project performance quality. Conclusion: The authors demonstrate that project sponsor external roles are related positively to project performance quality. And project manager professionalism has a positive effect on project manager communication. A number of significant findings are reported including the empirical verification that project sponsor roles, and project manager competencies may all be directly related to project performance quality.
Project Management;Project Sponsor;Project Manager;Project Performance Quality;
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