Survey on Opportunity Management as part of Project Risk Management

doi: 10.4121/479b9031-a1f5-426c-b7a9-7e9225ce9536.v1
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doi: 10.4121/479b9031-a1f5-426c-b7a9-7e9225ce9536
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Verbraeck, Alexander; Bosch-Rekveldt, Marian; Rye, Sara; Simon, Peter (2023): Survey on Opportunity Management as part of Project Risk Management. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset.
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The project to set-up the survey in this dataset was supported by the Association for Project Management (APM), and the survey has been sent sent to its corporate member organisations. The survey was intended to help to gain a better understanding of the policies and practice around Opportunity Management as a part of Project Risk Management. The survey has been designed and analysed by members of the APM Risk SIG and Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands). Results of the survey have been presented to APM to help the development of APM's documented approach to Project Risk Management in publications such as the APM Body of Knowledge and SIG Guides. In addition, anonymous and aggregated survey results are used for academic publications, providing more insight into the practice of Opportunity Management. The dataset contains:

- Survey questions as they have been entered into Qualtrics (TM) [PDF]

- Coding scheme that has been used to code the answers to the survey questions [PDF]

- Raw answers to the survey questions (fully anonymized) [CSV]

- Data Management Plan (DMP) for the survey as part of the HREC application [PDF]

- HREC approval from TU Delft for the research protocol [PDF]

- readme.txt file with this content

  • 2023-06-30 first online, published, posted
PDF files with survey; CSV file with raw anonymized data; DMP; HREC approval
TU Delft, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, The Netherlands
TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, The Netherlands
University of Bradford, Faculty of Management, Law and Social Sciences, School of Social Sciences, UK
Lucidus Consulting, UK


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