PMI-Montréal project management blog

Seeking Support to Conduct an International Survey

Author : Goodenough Dennis Oppong, GIOC

 This is a preliminary study forming part of a sponsored PhD research project at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University under the supervision of Ir Professor Albert P.C. Chan. The aim of the research is to develop a framework that will serve as an industrial guide for SM practice and performance evaluation at the planning stage of construction projects

In the contemporary global construction industry, stakeholder satisfaction is regarded by many as a “fourth criteria” in judging the success of projects asides cost, time and quality requirements. Stakeholder satisfaction is however subjective and inherently fuzzy in nature, making it difficult to apply and measure in the objective sense. The performance attributes will therefore help in developing a comprehensive and objective SM performance measurement model for judging project success. It is expected to be beneficial for both academic and industrial application.


The multitude of experienced academics and industrial professionals on the PMI Montreal platform with diverse experiences will be of great support towards achieving the aim of the study. The research team will be very grateful for your consent and support in putting the questionnaire on your common platform to solicit experts’ opinions. The questionnaire is designed simple to take about 10 minutes for the experts to complete, either by filling and returning the Word format attached, or following the link to complete the questionnaire online within two weeks. I wish to assure that the confidentiality of all responses are guaranteed. Also, all collected information will abide by the university’s human research ethical procedure.


Please see the online link below for your kind consideration.


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Thanking in anticipation of your kind assistance.



Best regards,

Goodenough Dennis Oppong, GIOC

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Department of Building and Real Estate

Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong.