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2022 | z. 161 Contemporary Management | 7--22
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Selected Methods of Project and Data Analysis

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Purpose: Presentation of selected methods of project and data analysis - describes how data on ongoing projects should be collected, so that it can be used later, by applying the appropriate methodology. Design/methodology/approach: Literature research of the subject was carried out. Finding: Having a methodology for data collection leads, in the long term, to the implementation of a system that allows the use of this methodology. The system should provide information to help make better decisions, reducing or eliminating the risk of project failure. Practical implications: Development of a methodology of data collection and analysis on this basis. Originality/value: The implemented projects are comparable with each other and, on this basis, it can be argued that identifying the risks that have occurred in the past, during the implementation of various stages of projects, can contribute to more effective risk management during the implementation of current and future projects.(original abstract)
  • Silesian University of Technology
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