Evaluating Stakeholder's Level of Involvement in Project Execution Phase

Authors

  • Kamal Jaafar University of Wollongong in Dubai United Arab Emirates
  • Shafiz Yusof University of Wollongong in Dubai United Arab Emirates

Keywords:

stakeholder involvement, project execution, construction, processes

Abstract

The study aim is to examine the involvement level of the stakeholders during the project execution process. Stakeholders play a vital role in providing the needed resources and Ultimately they have strong influence on project success. The research intends to formulate a matrix which will reflect the list of elements which effect the project execution, type of stakeholder involved for each element, involvement level of each stakeholder which resulted in the delay of the execution, Criticality of involvement on project which will result in the output answer we are seeking the process of involvement for each stakeholder.

Author Biographies

Kamal Jaafar, University of Wollongong in Dubai United Arab Emirates

Dr Kamal Jaafar is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, University of Wollongong in Dubai. He is the Program Director for the Master of Information Technology Management, Master of Engineering Management and the Master of Engineering Asset Management. He holds BS, MPhil and PhD degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from the Ashcroft International Business School in Cambridge. His research interests focuses on project and construction management. His research has been published in well known engineering journals such as the ACI Journal, Canadian Journal for Civil Engineers, and Magazine of Concrete Research. Dr Jaafar is a corporate consultant and a trainer in Project Management.

Shafiz Yusof, University of Wollongong in Dubai United Arab Emirates

Dr Shafiz is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, University of Wollongong in Dubai. He currently teaches Strategic Planning and Organisational Issues in Information Technology at the postgraduate level and Information Systems at the Undergraduate level. He has also worked as Associate Professora at Universiti Utara Malaysia. He held various other senior roles including Deputy Director of Cooperative and Entrepreneurship Development Institute (CEDI) and Director of International Telecommunication Union - Universiti Utara Malaysia Asia Pacific Centre of Excellence (ITU-UUM ASP CoE). He is a certified professional trainer (Train of Trainers’ Programme) under the Ministry of Human Resource, Malaysia and has conducted several workshops on computers and ICT. He was chosen to represent Malaysia to the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Workshop on Embedding Entrepreneurship at University Curriculum in Hanoi, Vietnam (2008) to present a paper on Malaysia’s initiatives on developing entrepreneurship programmes at institutes of higher learning.

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Published

2022-05-20

How to Cite

Jaafar, K. ., & Yusof, S. . (2022). Evaluating Stakeholder’s Level of Involvement in Project Execution Phase. The Journal of Modern Project Management, 7(1). Retrieved from https://journalmodernpm.com/index.php/jmpm/article/view/JMPM01909