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Impact of Risk Determinants on the Perceived Performance of Software Projects in Emerging Economies

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Abstract

Effective control of risk factors ensures the performance of projects in any industry. Risk factors can influence software projects of any size and type. This research aims to identify and examine different risk factors associated with projects in the software industry. The relationship between Software Project Risks (SPRs) and Perceived Project Performance (PPP) measures is determined. This study is based on a survey approach, and a questionnaire is used to record opinions and responses from 199 software professionals working in the Pakistan software industry. The results showed that the association between SPRs and PPP measures is statistically significant, and there exist a positive relationship. It is concluded that an increase in understanding of SPRs can increase PPP measures used to evaluate the software project. The results will help researchers and professionals in understanding the impact of different risk factors on software projects' perceived performance.

Authors

1-Ashfaq Ahmad
Associate Professor, Hailey College of Commerce, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.

2-Nisar Ahmad
Assistant Professor, Hailey College of Commerce, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.

3-Nadia Malik
Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS University Islamabad, Islamabad Pakistan.

Keywords

Risk Factors, Perceived Project Performance, Project Risk Management, Software Industry

DOI Number

10.31703/gmsr.2020(V-IV).06

DOI Link

http://dx.doi.org/10.31703/gmsr.2020(V-IV).06

Page Nos

48-59

Volume & Issue

V - IV


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Published: Dec 2020

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