Concrete Masonry Corporation (Cmc) Case Study

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The Literature Review

In this emerging world the businesses is keep gets changes, those changes carried out by the projects and projects often creates many difficulties and in the same time is increased the vagueness and risk. Project management and functions has become increasingly important in the development of any nation. Various organisations have used project management techniques to success in implementation of projects.
The main objective of project management is to help projects achieve their core target of final product quality within a given budget and timeframe (Have Project will Manage, BBC). Concrete Masonry Corporation (CMC) has delivered the successful project in the past however there’s lack of strategy management and
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An important task for a project manager is to design an organisation structure best suited for a project with preliminary decisions made on what is to be built and how, and in what time-frame.
The effects of communications are double-edged. Low communication, on the one hand, results in low knowledge of others and may underpin coordination difficulties. These, in turn, lead to conflict. Organizational Communication and selecting an appropriate organisation structure and a method of delivery in the very early stage of a project life it is necessary for subsequent decisions and designs.
In a world shrunk by rapid communications construction organisations have also forced into make changes and introduce new ideas and techniques, this has become an important strategy for the construction industry and the strategy focus on how marketing can contribute to the strategic planning of construction organisations. Meeting the challenges given to the construction industry will require the manager of today and tomorrow to think strategically about the future directions of their organisations. (2001 David Langford)

Bibliography
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