In recent years there has been a growth in size and complex- ity of the projects managed by public or private organiza- tions. This leads to increased probability of project failures, frequently due to the difficulty and the ability to achieve the objectives such as on-time delivery, cost containment, ex- pected quality achievement. In particular, one of the most common causes of project failure is the very high degree of uncertainty that affects the expected performance of the project, especially when different stakeholders with diver- gent aims and goals are involved in the project. In this paper we present a new visualization technique, called 3DRC, that addresses the prevention and proactive handling of the potential controversies among project stake- holders. The approach is based on the 3D radar charts, to allow easier and more immediate analysis and management of the project views giving a contribution in reducing the project uncertainty and, consequently, the risk of project failure.

3DRC: a novel technique in evaluating stakeholders project views

AIELLO, Rossella;NOTA, Giancarlo;COSTAGLIOLA, Gennaro;TORRE, Fabrizio
2013

Abstract

In recent years there has been a growth in size and complex- ity of the projects managed by public or private organiza- tions. This leads to increased probability of project failures, frequently due to the difficulty and the ability to achieve the objectives such as on-time delivery, cost containment, ex- pected quality achievement. In particular, one of the most common causes of project failure is the very high degree of uncertainty that affects the expected performance of the project, especially when different stakeholders with diver- gent aims and goals are involved in the project. In this paper we present a new visualization technique, called 3DRC, that addresses the prevention and proactive handling of the potential controversies among project stake- holders. The approach is based on the 3D radar charts, to allow easier and more immediate analysis and management of the project views giving a contribution in reducing the project uncertainty and, consequently, the risk of project failure.
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