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Paper Title :
Performance Management in Construction Projects

Author :P.B.G. Dissanayake, K.L.S.C. Liyanage, W.P.G.C. Sandaruwan

Article Citation :P.B.G. Dissanayake ,K.L.S.C. Liyanage ,W.P.G.C. Sandaruwan , (2019 ) " Performance Management in Construction Projects " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 109-114, Volume-5,Issue-7

Abstract : Construction industry plays a major role in the development and achieving milestones in the economy of a country. Effective monitoring of the construction projects requires the integration and quantification of various aspects of performance. The traditional performance indicators are Time, Cost and Quality. Most project control systems only consider these indicators and ignore the factors such as project team satisfaction, safety, client satisfaction and cash flow. This study shows how the project team satisfaction, client satisfaction, safety and cash flow affect performance indicators (Time, Cost and Quality) of construction projects and recommend solutions to improve the performance of projects. In this research, an attempt was made to find the effect of project team satisfaction, client satisfaction, safety and cash flow on performance indicators of construction projects and to find the critical performance indicator affected by each factor (project team satisfaction, client satisfaction, safety and cash flow). The research methodology consists of a detailed literature review followed by data collection via a questionnaire survey and analysis of data and formulation of results. The study mainly focused on building projects in Sri Lanka. Keywords- Performance Management, Construction.

Type : Research paper


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