Project Management success in health

the need of additional research in public health projects

Carolina Santos, Vitor Santos, António Tavares, João Varajão

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Abstract

The research about the factors that are linked to project management performance and project management success,has been developed for several years, so the literature about this subject is relatively extensive. After aliterature review about project success factors, it was found that the current research effort is mainly focused oninformation technology, engineering and software development projects, not yet on public health projects. Publichealth projects have a different focus, are concerned on providing conditions in which people can be healthy, and areessential for populations’ welfare. Their distinctive attributes justify the need of research towards the developmentof a specific model of success factors, to support top management and project managers in planning and operationalmanagement. A model of success factors would help in the identification, control and minimization of issues thatincrease the likelihood of going in the wrong direction and strengthen those that create value or increase theprobability of going successfully. It would also be useful as a tool for prediction and diagnosis in evaluatingobjectively and gradually minimize the probability of project failure, and thus assist in improving the projectperformance. This article presents a brief literature review on project management success and points out the need ofadditional research for public health projects in this area.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCENTERIS 2014
Subtitle of host publicationConference on ENTERprise Information Systems / ProjMAN 2014 - International Conference on Project MANagement / HCIST 2014 - International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies
EditorsJ Varajao, M Cunha, N BjornAndersen, R Turner, D Wijesekera, R Martinho, R Rijo
PublisherElsevier Science B.V., Inc
Pages1080-1085
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventConference on ENTERprise Information Systems (CENTERIS) / International Conference on Project MANagement (ProjMAN) / International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies (HCIST) - Troia, Portugal
Duration: 15 Oct 201417 Oct 2014

Publication series

NameProcedia Technology
PublisherELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
Volume16
ISSN (Print)2212-0173

Conference

ConferenceConference on ENTERprise Information Systems (CENTERIS) / International Conference on Project MANagement (ProjMAN) / International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies (HCIST)
CountryPortugal
CityTroia
Period15/10/1417/10/14

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Public health
Project management
Health
Engineering technology
Software engineering
Identification (control systems)
Managers
Planning

Keywords

  • ERP
  • CRM
  • RBV
  • integrative
  • value
  • firm perfomance
  • RESOURCE-BASED PERSPECTIVE
  • INFORMATION-TECHNOLOGY
  • FIRM PERFORMANCE
  • COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
  • IMPLEMENTATION SUCCESS
  • CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP
  • EMPIRICAL-EVIDENCE
  • ENTERPRISE
  • SYSTEMS
  • BUSINESS

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Santos, C., Santos, V., Tavares, A., & Varajão, J. (2014). Project Management success in health: the need of additional research in public health projects. In J. Varajao, M. Cunha, N. BjornAndersen, R. Turner, D. Wijesekera, R. Martinho, & R. Rijo (Eds.), CENTERIS 2014: Conference on ENTERprise Information Systems / ProjMAN 2014 - International Conference on Project MANagement / HCIST 2014 - International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies (pp. 1080-1085). (Procedia Technology; Vol. 16). Elsevier Science B.V., Inc. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.protcy.2014.10.122
Santos, Carolina ; Santos, Vitor ; Tavares, António ; Varajão, João. / Project Management success in health : the need of additional research in public health projects. CENTERIS 2014: Conference on ENTERprise Information Systems / ProjMAN 2014 - International Conference on Project MANagement / HCIST 2014 - International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies. editor / J Varajao ; M Cunha ; N BjornAndersen ; R Turner ; D Wijesekera ; R Martinho ; R Rijo. Elsevier Science B.V., Inc, 2014. pp. 1080-1085 (Procedia Technology).
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Santos, C, Santos, V, Tavares, A & Varajão, J 2014, Project Management success in health: the need of additional research in public health projects. in J Varajao, M Cunha, N BjornAndersen, R Turner, D Wijesekera, R Martinho & R Rijo (eds), CENTERIS 2014: Conference on ENTERprise Information Systems / ProjMAN 2014 - International Conference on Project MANagement / HCIST 2014 - International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies. Procedia Technology, vol. 16, Elsevier Science B.V., Inc, pp. 1080-1085, Conference on ENTERprise Information Systems (CENTERIS) / International Conference on Project MANagement (ProjMAN) / International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies (HCIST), Troia, Portugal, 15/10/14. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.protcy.2014.10.122

Project Management success in health : the need of additional research in public health projects. / Santos, Carolina ; Santos, Vitor; Tavares, António; Varajão, João.

CENTERIS 2014: Conference on ENTERprise Information Systems / ProjMAN 2014 - International Conference on Project MANagement / HCIST 2014 - International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies. ed. / J Varajao; M Cunha; N BjornAndersen; R Turner; D Wijesekera; R Martinho; R Rijo. Elsevier Science B.V., Inc, 2014. p. 1080-1085 (Procedia Technology; Vol. 16).

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Santos C, Santos V, Tavares A, Varajão J. Project Management success in health: the need of additional research in public health projects. In Varajao J, Cunha M, BjornAndersen N, Turner R, Wijesekera D, Martinho R, Rijo R, editors, CENTERIS 2014: Conference on ENTERprise Information Systems / ProjMAN 2014 - International Conference on Project MANagement / HCIST 2014 - International Conference on Health and Social Care Information Systems and Technologies. Elsevier Science B.V., Inc. 2014. p. 1080-1085. (Procedia Technology). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.protcy.2014.10.122