Project risk impact on software development team performance

Project teams are formed to control the technical challenges and risks in system development. This paper examines the relationship between the various risks of system development and project team performance. The results reveal a significant positive relationship between project team performance and user support and top management support. These findings support the general belief that effective project teams reduce technical risks involved in system development. They also support the concept that success is likely determined by the levels of agreement among users, managers, and information systems (IS) developers. Methods on obtaining user involvement and top management support are recommended.
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