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Using Earned Value Management in Nigeria

 

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Research into the potential impact of EVM on Project Delivery in Nigeria underway – survey participants sought

11 November 2018 – Lille, France and Warri, Nigeria – Mr. Lucky Edjenekpo, a PhD candidate at the SKEMA Business School in France, is researching the use of earned value management (EVM) in Nigeria.  His research project is titled “Project Delivery in Nigeria: Using Earned Value Management to Improve Project Performance.”

Research objectives include the following:

  • To understand the relationship between elements of EVM and dimensions of project performance in Nigeria
  • To determine how value systems of practitioners influence the relationship between elements of EVM, analyzing the observed characteristics of project performance in Nigeria
  • To contribute to the scholarly debate exploring untapped evidence from with Nigeria

How does EVM look in Nigeria by industry, sector and type of project?  How do practitioners rate EVM? Does EVM usage related to practitioners’ project achievement levels?

A survey is underway.  If you live or work in Nigeria, have experience with EVM on projects there, and are willing to participate in a short survey, go to https://www.esurveycreator.co.uk/s/838940a.

Lucky Enajite Edjenekpo, CCP, PMP is an oil and gas professional with over 25 years’ experience in project management and operations management.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a master’s degree in Engineering Management from the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Nigeria, an MBA in leadership and sustainability from the University of Cumbria, UK.  He is currently undertaking study of project and program management at the doctoral level at SKEMA Business School, Lille, France. To learn more, go to https://pmworldlibrary.net/lucky-edjenekpo/

SKEMA Business School is a private establishment of higher education and research with the legal status of a non-profit association under French law. SKEMA was founded in 2009 as a result of the merger between the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce (ESC), Lille and CERAM Business School, Sophia Antipolis. The Lille school had been ​founded in 1892 and CERAM in 1963. Learn more at https://www.skema.edu/