Managers' Competency Criteria Relationship by Project Success Factors in the Airport Construction infrastructures

Document Type : Research Article

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1 PhD student in Civil Engineering-Construction Management, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran

2 Professor - Civil Engineering Department, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran

3 Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Iran

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This research paper has been conducted with the aim of identifying the relationship between competency criteria of airport construction industry managers and project success criteria. The research method is exploratory and in this regard, the descriptive method of correlation has been followed. The statistical population consists of managers with experience in major Iranian construction projects in the airport construction industry. The sample size was 230 according to Morgan sampling table. Data collection tools were semi-structured interviews of managers and project success questionnaire. The data analysis method was to use the indicators of Kaiser Meyer, Olkin tests, as well as factor analysis and correlation tests. Data analysis and analysis showed that managers' competency criteria increased from the number of thirty initial proposals to 36 after credit from the sample group. The project's success criteria were reduced from the original 52 proposed cases to 38 after validation from the sample group. The success criteria of the project adapted to the local conditions were identified after factor analysis and their list was reflected in the results of the article. Thus, two types of localized tools were obtained separately to measure the competence of the management and the success of the project. The correlation test performed showed that there was a relationship between each of the competency factors of managers and the success factors of the project.

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