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

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Empirical Results

In this section we analyze the proposed relationships between the model variables. For this step, all variables were aggregated by using the ratings of four responding project participants, that is, three project team members and the project sponsor. Due to the risk of response bias, the responses of the project managers were excluded. These responses were used to fill in for missing values. The data aggregation led in a total of 114 projects. All further analyses are based on the aggregated data of the responses of the different respondents for 114 projects.

Component-related Descriptive Results

In the methods section we analyzed the quality of the measurement scales of the different model components. We showed that ...

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