The Complex Nature Of Major Infrastructure Projects

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ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY THE PLANNING FALLACY STEINBACH, KEVIN (1512052) MSC PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUM104 - PROJECT PLANNING AND CONTROL DOMINIC AHIAGA-DAGBUI 2ND NOVEMBER 2015 424 WORDS 1. Introduction The complex nature of major infrastructure projects means they are heavily dependent on effective teamwork and integration between parties for their success. Gajendran and Brewer (2012) state that these aspects of project management are critical to the success of any project, however it is clear that implementing these effectively in a real life context remains a significant hurdle. Numerous projects in the UK continue to experience significant problems and face challenges as a result. Background This part of the introduction is simply a summary of your interpretation of the assignment brief and is commonly referred to as ‘explaining the terms of reference’. Also define any terms that may be new to the reader. Aims and objectives This section provides information on the overall purpose (aim) of your work and the areas to be covered (objectives) within it. For the latter you could use the following: “This report comprises five main parts. It will begin with.... and then......... Next it will.......Conclusions will then be drawn and six recommendations offered” (Robb 1997 p. 15). Essay Question: Italy on the eve of 1860 has often been described as an unlikely nation. Why? On the eve of 1860 the word Italy described not a nation, but a
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