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HP Project Management: What skills will project managers need in the next decade?—Part 2

The role of the PM is evolving as new HPI projects are constructed across the world and enlist engineers and service companies scattered in different countries and regions. As discussed in Part 1, new..

Badger, W., Del E. Webb School of Construction, Arizona State University

The role of the PM is evolving as new HPI projects are constructed across the world and enlist engineers and service companies scattered in different countries and regions. As discussed in Part 1, new research shows that the role of PMs will be more complicated and thus require a different skill set and competencies. Table 2 summarizes these competencies.   All of these recommended skills and competencies can be learned; it is a process that will span the PM’s entire career. Continuous learning applies to a PM who moves from one project to another and frequently heads more than one project simultaneously. The well-known 70-20-10 model for “professional development”

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