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In the ICT industry, since de-regulation business objectives have been closely linked to the lowering of prices and improvement in quality of service.
Unfortunately, the industry has arguably failed to deliver the majority of its projects.
This research examines this described failure and considers the reasons why it occurs.
As a starting point, the research suggests that the ICT industry might be better off by comparing its progress against that already made by the construction industry, an industry involved in projects with similar characteristics such as complex relationships, detailed information and long delivery periods over many phases.
A framework demonstrating similarities and differences in project characteristics between construction and ICT was developed from available literature.
The framework was examined and refined by carrying out in-depth interviews.
It was then tested using data from a survey of professionals involved in Construction and ICT projects.
The results of the analysis indicate that there are no fundamental differences either in the definition of projects or the application of project management systems, principles and methodologies between the two i
Udechukwu (Udi) Ojiako is an Associate Professor of Project Management at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa.
Udi obtained his PhD in Project Management from the University of Northumbria, Newcastle in 2005 as a BT Sponsored Research Student.
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