Elements of Project Success

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by James R. Carroll, Morrison-Knudsen Corp, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Excellence in the Constructed Project:

Abstract: The Project Organization Task Force of CII has identified eight elements that determine project success. They vary in importance depending on the client and type of facility being constructed. They are best understood as restraints. The elements include key leaders, compatible objectives, design basis, project strategy, roles responsibiities, information systems, qualified people, and working relationships. These items define the relationship between the owner, designer, and builder. Each is described and discussed in the paper.

Subject Headings: Information systems | Construction industry | Client relationships | Owners | Leadership | Business organizations |

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