عنوان مقاله [English]
The growth and maturity of project-oriented organizations depends on the
success of the projects, and the success of the projects depends on the
resource productivity. Productivity is a dynamic variable and varies in accordance with project conditions and management decisions throughout the project. This paper examines the factors affecting productivity at the project level. Factors affecting productivity and complex relationships were identified with field studies and library research and, then, modeled using dynamic systems. After creating the model structure, the factors affecting productivity at the project level were grouped and analyzed in five general categories including project management productivity, work safety policies, human resources management policies, motivational policies, and quality policies. The evaluation of the results showed that project management had the greatest role in increasing productivity in project-oriented organizations.