Investigation of the uses of Social Media in a Project Environment and the Quantification of the benefits of applying Social Media Paradigms to a Project Environment
Dolan, Callum 2013. Investigation of the uses of Social Media in a Project Environment and the Quantification of the benefits of applying Social Media Paradigms to a Project Environment. Masters Thesis University of East London Royal Docks Business School
2013 dissertation for MSc in Project Management. Selected by academic staff as a good example of a masters level dissertation.
This research project has been designed to compile a snapshot of how social media tools are currently used within project environments and to investigate how social media tools impact the key indicators of project success (Time, Cost and Quality). As Social Media cements its rise in main stream society, businesses have started to take account of the power these tools can bring. This project aims to fill a current gap in the literature by harvesting and analysing data on the benefits and issues that project teams have encountered while using social media tools in their day to day business.
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