The due economy of projects is a
catchword nowadays in the world.
Advancement in project sustainability has reshaped the
banking across the globe forcing companies to perform
tasks and activities in the form of projects; resilience,
stress management are some of the factors that redesign
project sustainability. This cross-sectional study
investigates the impact of resilience and stress
management on project sustainability also making a
contribution by analyzing the association of resilience
and stress management. The beta values and results show
in favor of acceptance of the entire hypothesis. The data
was collected from the members of the project team
working on a diverse project in the banking sector of
Pakistan. The instrument used to collect the data was
questionnaires to measure each variable. Pearson
correlation and stepwise hierarchal regression were used
to analyze the data. The study at the end highlights
valuable findings and recommendations for the future
and the researchers offer practical guidance further
professionalizing Project Management.
1-Syed Ali Naqi Kazmi Research Scholar, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Asia Baig Demonstrator, Department of Economics. Abdul Khan University Mardan, Mardan, KP, Pakistan.3-Muhammad Zia-Ur Rehman Assistant Professor, National Defence University,Islamabad, Pakistan.
Resilience, Stress Management, and Project Sustainability