An investigation into the relationship between project managers' ambiguity tolerance and preferred project dimensions in healthcare: a quantitative exploratory study
With the advent of healthcare legislation beginning in 1996, information technology projects associated with the implementation of these regulatory projects were found to have ambiguous requirements, novel organizational relationships, and complex technology, requiring completion within stringent deadlines. Ambiguity tolerance is an emotional and perceptual personality variable (Frenkel-Brunswik, 1948) that reacts differently based on the situation including novel, complex, insoluble stimuli (Budner, 1962) and individuals may be attracted to or have an aversion of these stimuli (McLain, 1993). ...
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