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The process group practice and its implication to the success of software projects: a preliminary study

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Amir Aslani Behnood, Shaiful Farith Bin Ahmad, Muhammad Azizi Bin CheSulaiman and Yusmadi Yah Jusoh
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
Abstract: 

Project Management is an established discipline that is widely accepted as the guide to be used in team projects. Project Management has become the main support framework for the Malaysian government operations, yet there are some notable issues regarding the Project Management processes applied in software development that is crucial to understand. The lack of study and discussion in this domain necessitates the need for a research to be conducted to improve the processes applied in software development in various government agencies in Malaysia, which will simultaneously improve the quality of the software created. This study was conducted to explore the implementation of the 5 process groups. The 5 process groups are initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and control, and closing process. Therefore, the objective of this study is to indicate the implication of the 5 process groups of project management in government agencies. This study is using a structured questionnaire with 21 questions to capture the practitioner of process group in project management applied in Government Agencies of Malaysia and method used in analyzing the data of project management process is to compare using a set of scale namely strongly agree, agree, undecided, disagree, and strongly disagree. This study has gathered data from various government agencies such as ministry, State Government, Government Link Company (GLC) and higher learning institutions. Based on the results of this study, the participants reacted more positively towards the Project Management 5 Process Groups. Through this study, we can conclude that the project management process groups are one of the contributing factors to the success of software projects.

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