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Expected Success Factors for Public Sector Projects in Nigeria: A Stakeholder Analysis

Martin Oloruntobi Dada

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 1.298 Kb

str. 852-859

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Analysing and managing stakeholders’ views have been recognized as necessary for the success of projects or programs. This research set out to investigate the expectations of client and contracting organizations in the Nigerian construction industry on their priorities for public project implementation. An opinion survey of client and contracting organizations in the Federal Capital Territory and some selected states of Nigeria was done. A set of 151 questionnaires was administered through the use of purposive and snowballing techniques on clients and contracting organizations. 67 completed questionnaires were returned. The data collected was subjected to both descriptive and inferential statistical analyses. The results suggest that there are no significant differences, between client and contracting organizations, in their assessment of the six identified priorities in public sector project implementation. The study recommends that the homogeneity of perceptions by the two organizations can be a platform for intervention efforts for improvements in public sector project delivery.

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Public Project Implementation; Clients; Contractor Organizations; Stakeholder Management; Nigeria

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