Role of technological uncertainty, technical complexity, intuition and reflexivity in project planning - a study on software development projects
by Divya P. Velayudhan; Sam Thomas
International Journal of Project Organisation and Management (IJPOM), Vol. 10, No. 1, 2018

Abstract: Intuition and reflexivity are psychological variables which have recently found a way into management theories. In the context of increased acceptance of project management, it is necessary to understand the influence of technological uncertainty and technical complexity on intuition and reflexivity and their influence on project planning. An empirical model is proposed linking these variables. The study is descriptive and explanatory in nature. The data was collected from project managers of software development projects in South India. The study used questionnaire survey method. Study results showed that intuition and reflexivity can improve planning when there are technological uncertainty and technical complexity.

Online publication date: Tue, 13-Mar-2018

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