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The Mindset for Creating Project Value by John C. Byrne, Thomas G. Lechler

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Conceptual Framework of the Study

This chapter provides an overview of the different components that are considered in this study. Rather than conceptually developing the different components of the framework of this study, we start with the study's framework. This gives the reader a structured overview of the model discussion that follows in the succeeding chapters. The research framework of this study consists of four (4) variables:

1) Project Value Mindset (PVM)—describes the attitude of a project manager to maximize the value of a project by making value-focused project decisions and by seeking and exploiting opportunities beyond the baseline that will lead to increased project value.

2) Exploited Opportunities—those opportunities ...

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