International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management

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This study aims to explore the relationship between team management and project quality, identify key contributing factors, and examine the role of employee involvement, commitment, and innovation. An empirical, cross-sectional study was conducted using an online survey to gather data from 510 respondents across various industries, projects, and experiences. Data analysis employed statistical techniques to reveal patterns and trends. Key factors contributing to project success include communication, comprehensive planning, clear roles and responsibilities, stakeholder requirements, and a supportive work environment. The significance of proper management approaches, techniques, and attitudes was also highlighted. The findings contribute to the current body of knowledge on project quality management and emphasize the need for a human-centered management approach to achieve high-quality project outcomes. This study sheds light on the pivotal role of effective team management in project quality, providing valuable insights and recommendations for project managers, team leaders, and organizations seeking to improve project performance.



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