Critical Success Factors for Project Manufacturing Environments

The goal of this article is to identify and understand the relationship between the critical success factors (CSFs) of project manufacturing environments and project performance. This article explores those relationships through the logistic regression method, using a sample of 182 respondents and quantifying the influence of CSFs on success achievement in four dimensions (efficiency, impact on consumers, impact on the team, and preparation for the future). The results show that not all CSFs are significant in explaining project success. Thus, project managers must evaluate the influence of each one and consider it in their decisions.
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