The search

Although most organizations are increasingly reducing their projects budgets, many are also recruiting top-level managers capable of managing complex strategic projects. And because of the current global shortage of experienced project managers with track records of proven success, many companies are intensifying their efforts to attract and retain top-level project talent. This article examines the tactics that companies around the world are using to get the top-level project managers they need to realize complex and strategically important projects. In doing so, it identifies the types of compensation packages that project managers are often seeking. It discusses how global architectural and engineering services firm ARUP is addressing its need for project managers who are experienced in managing large-scale global projects, noting why it often turns down business opportunities when it lacks a responsible project manager for the job. It also discusses how DirecTV's Argentina group has managed to keep the sa
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