JSS  Vol.2 No.3 , March 2014
Key Core Project Management of Construction Industry to Study
ABSTRACT

The term “project management” has been applied widely in various industries for several decades. Project Management Institute (PMI) in United States claims that the five processes are specially emphasized in project management. They are also necessarily applied with the nine great knowledge aspects of project management, integration, scope, time schedule, cost, quality, human resources, communication, risk, and procurement. Project Management Association (IPMA) under European system indicates that method application is a key aspect to achieve efficiently the planning schedule, cost, quality, and scope. According to discussions from British and American systems mentioned above, what is the core aspect in project management? On which aspect shall we expect the project executives to focus in order to achieve the target more efficiently? For this purpose, this research is focusing on proving the three core aspects of planning schedule, quality, and cost, basing on Kano II dimension quality mode. Also, the research result will be provided to operators in project management and the related researchers.


Cite this paper
Lee, S. and Liang, S. (2014) Key Core Project Management of Construction Industry to Study. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 48-54. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.23010.
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