|dc.description.abstract||Traditional definition of success in projects has been identified with project management success, but nowadays a differentiation between project management success, focused on time, cost and quality, and project success, with wider overall expectations is being widely studied as it has been seen that sometimes projects with a defective project management have resulted in a successful real project result and in other cases project outcome is clearly improvable in projects where project management has achieved planned success.
We have made a research work taking a general sight about the project factors that facilitate success for both project and project management approaches.
There is a lot of literature that examines the importance and application of critical success factors in projects, and show there are some specific factors that, if followed by the project and its stakeholders, may increase the likelihood of a successful project. Some studies focus on success factors for projects in general, while others look at specific project types, such as IT projects.
We have developed the research with a real case analysis and with the interview of the stakeholders finding the factors that made the project successful and compare with the literature to find when the case factors match the literature factors.
Finally, what we learn about this type of project to improve the execution in further projects to avoid the possible mistakes. Giving some tips about the team work, project management, stakeholder communication and importance of customer role.||en