Project Communication a Dimension for Improved Project Performance: The Case of Selected Public University Projects

Kasimu Ssenyange


Achieving successful project performance is still a challenge in Uganda, though it can be improved through proper Project communication which clarifies project task and enables stakeholders to be wholly involved in the projects.  However, despite the importance of project communication many projects in higher institutions have not performed to their expectations. Therefore, the purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between project communication and project performance in Public Universities in Uganda. A cross sectional survey design was used in this study to provide an in-depth investigation of the relationship between the variables. In order to achieve the objectives, a correlation design was adopted to determine relationships between different variables and the questionnaires were formed on that basis. Quantitative data was collected and analyzed and study results revealed a positive significant relationship between project communication and project performance (r = 0.577**, p<0.01) which implies that when communication increases project performance is enhanced.

Keywords: communication, performance, Kampala, communication networks

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