The goal of the questionnaire research conducted as part of the project was to collect information on how much project management is known and used today, beyond business. Most people have dreams, hopes, ideas on their private lives and enterprises as well. Not all can cast those into a form that makes it possible to determine goals, and to-dos for said goals easier to determine, however. The necessary resources aren’t taken into inventory, and the indicators serving as landmarks towards the goals aren’t determined. In other words: few create projects for their goals. Nowadays, the word “project” became a word in everyday language, but most likely, the overwhelming majority of those using the term only knows project management’s thought process in shallow detail, and not understand its steps and toolset.
The main goal of the research is to validate this hypothesis, determining the possible development routes, and the information may help us compare domestic and international experiences.