The Government Policies Effect on Initiation and Implementation of the Project: A Conceptual Model

Fitria Astuti Firman, Ine Minara S. Ruky, Ratih Dyah Kusumastuti, Harris Turino Kurniawan

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Objective - An urgency to investigate the impact of government policies on project performance through strategic management perspective is motivated by the gap of knowledge on a relationship between government policies and project. This paper proposes a conceptual model for further empirical research in the future. Six latent variables and ten hypotheses are developed through reviewing some literature in three following research avenues: Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, and Project Management. Methodology - In order to observe a logical fitness of model development on government policies influences to firm activities, a specific context is chosen, namely the Indonesian renewable energy power generation. The last research avenue is strongly related to the research context. Further empirical study is required, and a discussion on it is presented in this paper. Findings - This paper emphasizes that project activities should be strategically managed since those support the achievement of business performance. Novelty - The study will bring benefits to the three following aspects: theoretical, managerial and regulatory aspects.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)26-37
JournalJournal of Management and Marketing Review
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 14 Apr 2017


  • Capability, Entrepreneurial orientation, Government policies, Project performance, Resource orchestration

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