Effect of Project Team Management on the Performance of Projects in Rwanda: A Case of Water for All Projects in Rulindo District (2018-2022)

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  • INEZA Vania Odelice University of Kigali, Rwanda
  • Dr. Jean de Dieu Dushimimana University of Kigali, Rwanda

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https://doi.org/10.53819/81018102t2349

Abstract

Purpose of this study was to assess the effect of project team management on the performance of project.  Specific objectives first are to evaluate the effect of project team acquisition on performance of Water for All Projects in Rulindo district; To establish the effect of project team leadership on performance of Water for All Projects in Rulindo district; To examine project team development on performance of Water for All Projects in Rulindo district; and last to examine the Project team evaluation on the performance of water for all projects in Rulindo projects.  Research used Descriptive survey research design. Population of study was 81 and sample size equal to 81 the research used questionnaire to collecting primary data and use documentary to collecting secondary data. The study adopts primary and secondary data to get all information needed in this study, the quantitative data was analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics after running the data collected through the Statistical Package for Social Sciences. Coefficients for the predictor variables reveal their impact on the performance of Water for All Projects in Rulindo district. Specifically, Project team acquisition has a coefficient of (β=0.315, t=4.193, p value=0.000), Project team leadership has a coefficient of (β=0.103, t=0.518, p value=0.006), Project team development has a coefficient of (β=0.146, t=0.755, p value=0.003), and Project team evaluation has a coefficient of (β=0.463, t=5.787, p value=0.000). As indicated by their associated Sig. values below 0.05, all these coefficients have a significant effect on the performance of Water for All Projects in Rulindo district. The results research revealed that there is a significant positive relationship between project team management on the performance of project. Therefore, Based on the study's findings regarding the influence of project team management on Water For All Projects in Rulindo's performance, it is recommended to include the need for mechanisms to form effective teams through skill evaluation and task alignment, the importance of clear and achievable goals, roles, and competent leadership, as well as the formulation of supportive policies to enhance project effectiveness and a teamwork culture that encourages open communication and mutual support among team members, ultimately contributing to project success.

Author Biographies

INEZA Vania Odelice, University of Kigali, Rwanda

Master of Project Management, University of Kigali, Rwanda

Dr. Jean de Dieu Dushimimana, University of Kigali, Rwanda

Senior Lecturer, University of Kigali, Rwanda

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Published

2024-02-21

How to Cite

INEZA , V. O., & Dushimimana, J. de D. (2024). Effect of Project Team Management on the Performance of Projects in Rwanda: A Case of Water for All Projects in Rulindo District (2018-2022). Journal of Entrepreneurship & Project Management, 8(3), 37–49. https://doi.org/10.53819/81018102t2349

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