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Changing Construction Market Challenges Project Managers to Evolve

7/31/19 – Changing Construction Market Challenges Project Managers to Evolve
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Construction companies face the same challenges as technology companies and must be willing to embrace new technology to do their work

As professionals who work in program, project and construction management, much of the work we do is fundamentally the same as it was three decades ago—even though we have invested in new tools and automated processes to help us and our clients stay ahead of the competition. Yes, many of us have embraced new technologies to do our work, but, compared with the technology-driven change in the world at large, our improvements have been incremental and small…Read More>

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