Project Management in Bayelsa: Issue and Challenges

  • S Ogege


Project management is believed to be justified as a means of avoiding the ills inherent in the construction and production sectors of the economy and for which reasons most projects fail and or abandoned. The project managers role arises from the need for a technical expert to take charge, control of events on the project implementation process, someone who understands the intricacies of co-coordinating, controlling, organizing and directing the efforts and activities of the professional team and the physical problems of implementation process with the needs in the decision making process. The success of any project implementation process in the construction industry in the public and private sectors depend largely on the project managers concept on staff appointments and control, strict monitoring of time, cost, material, quality and environmental constraints. However, developing countries still suffer project failures traceable to project management factors. This study is aimed at identifying and analyzing project management constraining factors to the expected success in the construction industry using Bayelsa as a model in the study of a developing economy

Keywords: Project, management, issues, challenges


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