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Prime Journal of Social Science

ISSN: 2315-5051

Volume 5, Issue 4, pp. 1357-1362

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Top management commitment on success of a project



Lilian Wanjiru Kingori and Dr. Agnes Wanjiru Njeru



Department of Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Management, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology, Kenya.


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16th April, 2016



Kingori LW, Njeru AW (2016). Top management commitment on success of a project. Prim. J. Soc. Sci. 5(4): 1357-1362.



The top management is given the mandate to manage projects. Being at the apex of a project, they determine whether a project will be successful or not. This study sought the practices to be adopted by the top management for a project to be successful. This study adopted a descriptive research design to collect first hand information from senior managers. The data was then analysed with the help of the Statistical Package for Social Sciences Version 21 and conclusions drawn explained thereafter in form of texts. Results indicated that there exists a positive relationship between the top managers and success of a project. The study is of paramount value to scholars as they can refer to it and expand knowledge. Top managers across all disciplines can enhance their management skills by the help of this study.

Key words:
Success, top management, communication, motivation, managing relationships


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