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|Title:||The impact of stakeholder management on the execution of a selected construction project in Kayamandi at Stellenbosch||Authors:||Xegwana, Monwabisi||Keywords:||Construction industry -- South Africa -- Stellenbosch -- Management;Construction projects -- South Africa -- Stellenbosch -- Citizen participation;Project management -- South Africa -- Stellenbosch||Issue Date:||2021||Publisher:||Cape Peninsula University of Technology||Abstract:||Community members have an unimaginable influence on the implementation of a construction project in Stellenbosch Municipality, Western Cape. The significance of effective stakeholder management in municipal projects (construction) needs to be understood. Thus, the study focuses on the impact of effective stakeholder management, which will mitigate the risk associated with community unrest in the construction project in Stellenbosch Municipality, Western Cape. The research objective includes examining the impact of effective stakeholder management in a construction project in Kayamandi at Stellenbosch, Explore the interests and power of stakeholders in a construction project in Kayamandi at Stellenbosch, make recommendations to promote effective stakeholder management in a construction project in Kayamandi at Stellenbosch. The study will contribute to the method and the importance of understanding the effectiveness of project stakeholder management in construction projects (understand the difference between power and interest of different stakeholders, also the significance of focusing on interest rather than the power of the stakeholder in the project management process). The study used mixed research methodology because of the ability of the methodology to provide both depth and breadth on the phenomenon under study, Case study was used as a research design. The target population includes community members from Kayamandi in Ward 12 in selected zones (Thubelitsha, Zone O and Watergang). A probability sampling method in the form of a random sampling technique was used to select 200 respondents from the aforementioned areas. Respondents who were approached were issued with structured questionnaires with open-ended questions. Respondents were made aware that it is not compulsory to participate, and respondents can pull out whenever they feel uncomfortable or may omit any questions, they are not comfortable with. Data Analysis was conducted using SPSS and Excel and thematic analysis to construct illustrations for the comparison of the variables and to give a meaningful answer to the research question.||Description:||Thesis (MTech (Business Administration in Project Management))--Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2021||URI:||http://etd.cput.ac.za/handle/20.500.11838/3465|
|Appears in Collections:||Management and Project Management - Masters Degrees|
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