Survey: "Organizational Context of Projects" - archived

In a nutshell
 
Survey from: 
Alfonso Bucero

Duration: 20 - 25 minutes
A notebook, laptop and cup of coffee. [1]

From the creator

Dear colleague,
 
I hope this will find you safe and healthy. Please feel free to share; it is being not easy to get enough responses.
 
I’m writing you because I am launching a questionnaire that is part of a research project to understand “what is the nature of the organizational context factors that contribute to project success.” I am writing my thesis on that subject. 
 
Your responses are essential in enabling me to obtain as complete an understanding as possible of the characteristics of those organizational context factors. However, your decision to take part is entirely voluntary. If you decide to participate, the questionnaire should take you about 20-25 minutes to complete. You need to reflect upon the last project you managed or was involved. I will treat the information you provide in strict confidence.
 
The answers from your questionnaire and others will be used as the primary data set for my research project for my Ph.D. in management at the ISM University (International School of Management and Economics).
 
The survey has some instructions to read initially and reminds you to evaluate the last project you managed or participated in. 
 
Thanks a lot for your cooperation.

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