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Title of the item:

The Binding and Blinding Influence of Project Commitment.

Title :
The Binding and Blinding Influence of Project Commitment.
Authors :
Korzaan, Melinda L.
Brooks, Nita G.
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Subject Terms :
INFORMATION technology management
PROJECT management
BUSINESS planning
Source :
Information Resources Management Journal; Jan-Mar2015, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p57-74, 18p
Academic Journal
Proper management of information technology (IT) projects remains important within organizations; they require tremendous investment and consume valuable resources. To enhance one's understanding of IT projects and the continued issue ofproject failure, this study develops a model of the psychological influences of IT project commitment for individuals working on IT projects and its influence on intentions to continue an IT project (ICITP). Survey responses from 232 individuals across several organizations were obtained, and structural equation modeling was used to analyze the data. Three forms of project commitment (affective, continuance, and normative), subjective norm, and perceived behavioral control - internal were significant predictors of ICITP, explaining 64% of the variance. Additionally, continuance commitment and perceived behavioral control-internal were found to explain 46% of the variance in affective commitment. Implications and directions for future research are provided. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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