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Title: Impact of project monitoring and evaluation practices on construction project success criteria in Ghana
Authors: Kissi, Ernest
Agyekum, Kofi
Baiden, Bernard K.
Tannor, Reuben Agyei
Keywords: Evaluation,
Condition monitoring
Issue Date: 15-Jul-2019
Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited
Citation: Emerald Publishing Limited 2044-124X DOI 10.1108/BEPAM-11-2018-0135
Abstract: Purpose – Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of projects is a very important aspect of project execution and management. This is because proper M&E practices have a significant effect on the successful delivery of projects. The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of project M&E practices on construction project success criteria. Design/methodology/approach – Structured questionnaires were used to solicit the views of project professionals in the Ghanaian construction industry. The questions were developed through critical review of literature and complemented with a pilot interview on the subject. This paper utilized a partial least square–structural equation modeling (PLS–SEM) to establish the impact of project M&E practices (constructs) on project success based on the hypothesis. Findings – Results showed that M&E practices had a positive statistical significant relationship with construction project success criteria. In addition, health and safety performance and project scope showed a strong significant relation with M&E practice, implying that, in developing countries, these two main constructs should be given critical attention in achieving project success. Practical implications – The findings of this study may be useful to organizations in determining M&E techniques that are relevant and contribute highly to project success. This may go a long way to increase productivity and accelerate the rate of successful project delivery. Originality/value – The application of rigorous analysis, PLS–SEM, gives a more reliable information on M&E practices that can ensure successful delivery of construction projects.
Description: An article published by Emerald Publishing Limited and also available at DOI 10.1108/BEPAM-11-2018-0135
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12265
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