Variable Details:

Source:

Lewis, Marianne W., M. Ann Welsh, and Gordon E. Dehler (2002), "Product development tensions: Exploring contrasting styles of project management", Academy of Management Journal, 45, 546-564.
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Variable



Definition:

  • The importance, in a given project, of the project schedule, interim goals, and test results for tracking progress.


Item(s):

  • Being on schedule.
  • Being ahead of schedule.
  • Producing "hard data" (for instance, test results).
  • Accomplishing specific interim project goals.


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