Reliability and Validity of Project Success Achieved Instrument (PSAI): A Perspective from Small Public Construction Projects (SPCPs)
International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences
In the context of the construction management industry and particularly with the current expectations of various stakeholders, the dimensions of project success in the public sector are increasingly prevalent. In a more in-depth review, this study examines the reliability and validity of a new measure of project success based on the Malaysian Small Public Construction Projects (SPCPs) context. This study uses a measuring tool called Project Success Achieved Instrument (PSAI) that consists of
... that consists of five dimensions with factor loadings ranging from 0.555 to 0.830. Although several researchers have recognized the PSAI as adequate to explain the project success framework, it has not been studied in developing countries with different perspectives such as Malaysia. The questionnaire was distributed to two major federal organizations, Implementation Coordination Unit, Prime Minister Department (ICU JPM), and Ministry of Rural Development (KPLB), which involved 137 active project managers. The reliability and validity of the instrument appear to be very promising and implications of the results for further research shall be discussed.