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Public relations

another advantage of partnering

As construction project management becomes the focus of greater scrutiny to a growing number of public groups, project managers find themselves faced with the challenge of new degrees of accountability to these groups. Aside from employees on all levels from management down to the general workforce, these public groups (or “publics”) include suppliers, the general community, and customers [6]. Consequently, the success of any project is dependent to a large measure on the project manager’s people skills.
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