The study findings suggest that across the project measures of cost control, schedule management and scope handling, no demonstrative benefit was derived from the adoption of Agile Scrum. However, the findings did indicate moderate gains in the measures of quality control, benefits realization, stakeholder connection and as a result overall project satisfaction.
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The paper presents political win-win-win model, we will explore pitfalls and obstacles as well as means of striving toward a consensus, which a new social contract requires. The win-win-win model offers strategic potential by combining different research fields such as game theory and behavioral science, the choice problem, the decision making problem, the ultimate game etc.
Navigating Livelihood Challenges: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Socioeconomic Landscape in Rural Bangladesh during COVID-19 and post-COVID Era
The objective of this study is to explore these impacts. The result shows that 60% of marginal people have received the vaccine whereas 40% of marginal people have not yet received the vaccine. This study demonstrates that 76% of marginal people have taken debt during the covid-19. Among them, 13% could not repay their loans.
This article aims to analyze the control benefits exercised by the Brazil Federal Court of Accounts – TCU to improve Public Administration, considering that an extensive range of studies has been developed on public efficiency, but without considering the aspect of control as an essential instrument of this transformation.
Examining the Effect of Stakeholder Pressures on Safety Risk Adoption: Evidence from Chinese Manufacturing Enterprises
The research aims to determine the impact of stakeholder pressure on safety risk practices in the Ethiopian-Chinese manufacturing sector, emphasizing the mediating role of organizational commitment. Provide work for a quantitative research approach, the study focuses on five prominent industrial manufacturing enterprises and employs purposive sampling to select 259 participants.
This research paper explains why certain decisions are made and how those decisions are executed. While intraorganizational power is critical in facilitating the execution of the activities by information technology (IT) departments, it can be expected that some self-interested individuals will act in bad faith in its pursuit.
Moderating Effect of Environmental Factors on the Correlation Between Project Scope Management Practices
This study focused on investigating Project Scope Management practices and adoption of Technology Integra-tion in Kenyan Public High Schools. Data for the study was gathered from 189 out of the 373 public high schools located in Kiambu and Nairobi counties.
This article describes a strategic management approach that car dealerships can successfully implement with internal resources.
This study examined the effects of the Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) framework on the operational effectiveness of agencies responsible for the essential procurement of goods and services. The principal aim of the research was to ascertain the SRM strategies implemented in public procurement and evaluate how they influence organizational performance.
The conceptual study aims to answer crucial questions like the relationship between social media exposure and mental health outcomes. The current research gap is provided by reviewing existing studies and providing clear evidence that unregulated and unlimited social media poses a threat to enterprises and individuals.