Although the application of performance reviews is believed to be beneficial for projects, there is little evidence to support this claim. Therefore, we studied the current application of and follow-up on performance reviews in projects. Results show that both the application of and follow-up on performance reviews differ between companies. We find that the use of performance reviews contributes positively to project outcomes, especially if they are applied bilaterally. Remarkably, whereas companies tend to review process variables, project outcomes are affected more by reviewing input and output variables. Hence, thoughtful consideration of the application of performance reviews is needed.
|Status||Gepubliceerd - 2019|
|Evenement||IPSERA Conference 2019 - Milan, Italië|
Duur: 14 apr 2019 → 17 apr 2019
|Congres||IPSERA Conference 2019|
|Periode||14/04/19 → 17/04/19|
van der Krift, H. J. C., van Weele, A. J., & Gevers, J. M. P. (2019). Differences in project performance reviews and their effect on project outcomes. 8. Abstract van IPSERA Conference 2019, Milan, Italië. http://www.ipsera2019.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Book-of-Abstracts.pdf