The show must go on

When the National Theatre in London closed one of its three auditoriums for renovations, they commissioned Haworth Tompkins, a London-based architecture firm, to build a temporary theater to house performances for the season--in just one year. Highlighted project phases show how time and costs were effectively managed, demonstrating that project managers can learn from working like theater people, who are used to making decisions quickly and nimbly adapting to changes.
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