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Success Factors in German and Japanese Project Management

A National Comparison

Diplomarbeit 1996 161 Seiten

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Zusammenfassung

Inhaltsangabe: Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents:
I.Table of Contents
II.Table of Figures
III.Abbreviations
IV.Executive Summary
IV.Preface
1.Introduction
2.Project Management Terms and Definitions
2.1What is a Project?
2.2What is Project Management?
2.3What is Project Success?
3.Project Management - An Overview
3.1Reasons for Project Management
3.2Project Organization
3.2.1The Project as Part of the Functional Organization
3.2.2Project Organization
3.2.3Matrix Organization
3.2.4Mixed Organizational Systems
3.3The Project Manager
3.4The Project Life Cycle
3.4.1Project Planning
3.4.2Project Execution
3.4.3Project Termination
3.5The Human Factor
3.6Benefits of Project Management
4.General Factors for Project Success
4.1Literature Research
4.2Guidelines for Selection
4.3Project Success Factors in the Literature
4.3.1Slevin and Pinto’s Studies of Project Success
4.3.2Antonioni’s Study of Project Success
4.3.3Factors from Various Authors and/or Industry- Specific Studies
4.3.4Lessons from Project Failure
4.4Success Factor Overview
5.Multinational Management of R&D Projects
5.1Special Features of Development Project Management
5.1.1Project Evaluation and Selection
5.1.2Multi-Project Environment
5.1.3Generations of R&D Management
5.1.4Phase Management of R&D Projects
5.1.5Managing Interfaces
5.1.6The Importance of Time-to-Market
5.1.7Additional Factors for R&D Project Success
5.2Cultural Influences on Project Management
5.2.1Why Culture Matters?
5.2.2Selected Aspects of Japanese Business Culture
5.3Company X in Japan
5.3.1New Business Development Group (NBDG)
5.3.2Project Management
5.3.3Project Portfolio
5.4Company Y in Germany
5.4.1New Product Development of Division A in Germany
5.4.2Project Management
6.Measurement of Development Project Success Factors
6.1Methodology and Execution
6.1.1Methods of Measurement
6.1.2Considerations on Research Implementation
6.1.3Creating the Questionnaire
6.1.4Rules by Work Committes and Data Protection Representatives
6.1.5Execution of the Survey
6.2Analysis
6.2.1Questionnaire Coding
6.2.2Testpersons
6.3Results
6.3.1Self-Assessment of Dimensions for Project Success
6.3.2Satisfaction with Resource Allocation
6.3.3Special Aspects of Project Implementation
6.3.4R&D-Marketing Interface Management
6.3.5Self-Assessment of Development Project Processes
6.3.6Open Questions and Comments
6.3.7Success Factors in Japanese Development Project […]

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Seiten
161
Erscheinungsform
Originalausgabe
Jahr
1996
ISBN (eBook)
9783832439262
ISBN (Buch)
9783838639260
Dateigröße
7.9 MB
Sprache
Englisch
Katalognummer
v219565
Institution / Hochschule
Technische Universität Darmstadt – Rechts- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Werkzeugmaschinen und Fabrikbetrieb
Note
1,7
Schlagworte
success factors german japanese project management national comparison

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