Evaluation Of A Interview On The Interview Of 7 Meetings From One Of The British Contracting Organisation

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4.1 Introduction
This chapter presents results, analyse and discusses the findings that have been deducted from the interview of 7 participants from one of the British contracting organisation. The interviews were done in relation to the research questions that guided the study. This study is set out with the aim of assessing how projects’ stakeholders are practically managed from identification, classification, analysis and engagement strategies. Challenges in managing stakeholders and proposal to minimise the challenges was also investigated. These analysis and discussion will lead to conclusion in the next chapter.
The convenience and purposive sampling was adopted in obtaining the interviewee. As discussed in chapter two, this method was preferred due to time constraints and availability of the interviewee. It also ensured that the most suitable participants are obtained. These participants were selected after a series of discussion with the supervisor who contributed significantly in their choice, suitability and relevancy, thus, their years of experience, their back ground and their involvement in projects.
4.1.1 Background and experience
The first set of questions aimed at getting to understand participant demographic profile. This was done for the purpose of knowing the nature of respondents, their background and experience. All seven (7) interviewees were males with experience ranging from ten (10) to forty (40) years in different projects including marine…

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