July 2014

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HP Project Management: What skills will project managers need in the next decade?—Part 1

The next decade could well be that of the project manager (PM), who is at the core individual of every successful project. It is the PM’s competence and professionalism on which the construction ..

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

The next decade could well be that of the project manager (PM), who is at the core individual of every successful project. It is the PM’s competence and professionalism on which the construction industry’s professional identity and reputation rests. To investigate these competencies, the Construction Industry Institute (CII) launched a research team, RT 281: Project Management Skills of the Future, to determine what PM skills will be needed in the next 10 years. The team’s target was to predict the skills and competencies that will underlie the success of a PM in an increasingly global marketplace beginning in 2022. The research identified new and expanded competencies. The r

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