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Fortune & White (2006)Nasir & Sahibuddin (2011)
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Publications in total6343
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Clear requirements and specificationsNA26
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Support from senior management39NA
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Clear and realistic objectives3124
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Strong/detailed plan kept up-to-date29NA
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Up-to-date reportingNA12
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Good/effective communication/feedback2720
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User/client involvement2720
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Skilled/suitably qualified/sufficient staff/team2018
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Committed and motivated teamNA9
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Effective change/configuration management1910
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Competent project manager19NA
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Frozen/stable requirementNA17
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Strong business case/sound basis for project16NA
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Sufficient/well allocated resources1611
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Good leadership1511
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Proven/familiar technology/development methodology1415
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Realistic schedule1423
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Proper planningNA15
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Risks addressed/assessed/managed1310
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Project sponsor/champion/top mgmt support1222
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Effective monitor/control1212
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Adequate/realistic budget11NA
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Organisational adaptation/structure10NA
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Good performance by suppliers/contractors/consultants104
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Planned close down/review/acceptance of possible failure9NA
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Good quality managementNA9
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Supporting tools and good infrastructureNA9
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(End-user) training provision72
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Clear assignment of roles and responsibilitiesNA7
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Political stability6NA
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Correct choice/past experience of project management methodology/tools623
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Environmental influences6NA
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Past experiences (learning from)5NA
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Project size (large)/level of complexity (high)/ number of people/organisations involved (too many)/duration (over 3 years)410
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Different viewpoints3NA
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