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One of the most common projects behind project delays is that the decision-maker continues to invest in the project even though it may not be viable over the long term. Escalation commitment has been explained to result from the integration of several forces, one of which is self-justification. As managers feel that there is increased pressure on them to justify their actions, they continue to make investments in a non-profitable project so that they can avoid their association with a failed project. This report presents an analysis of the findings by Steinkuhler et al (2014) and their presence in real-life decision making.
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Steinkuhler et al (2014) had conducted research on escalation commitment to identify the factors contributing to the same. Primary research had been conducted to assess the hypothesis. The study sought to test several hypotheses that identified relation between factors of selective perception, sunk cost effect, over optimism, self-justification on project escalation. As per the hypotheses, all these factors have positive and direct correlation with each other i.e. if one factor increases, the other also increases. In order to test the model, an online survey was conducted among European venture capital professionals. Both methods of literature review as well as drawing responses from email were used to...
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