Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

School

School of Management / Centre for Innovative Practice

RAS ID

14873

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This article was originally published as: Standing, C. , Kordt, E., & Standing, O. (2012). The Relevance of Attribution Theory to IT Project Management. Proceedings of IADIS International Conference. (pp. 3-10). Perth, Australia. NULLPUBLISHER. Original article available here

Abstract

Internet related projects are often complex because of the need to work with a range of stakeholders and satisfy a range of expectations. These projects are consequently difficult to manage as projects. Attribution theory enables us to examine how individuals and groups attribute success and failure in relation to projects so that we can better prepare workers for their roles in teams. This paper explores how attribution theory impacts on projects management and makes recommendations on how to develop effective project teams and team members.

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