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Summative Coursework Activity

Choose two of the following keynote lecture topics:
1. Knowledge,skillsandethicsinCM/PMprofessionalpractice;
2. Managementofpeople&organisationstoachievequalityinconstructionprojects

Understake further reading in the topic to evaluate your key learning outcomes;
-Produce a concise and precise report of your findings
-Evidence of reading and individual judgement must be considered seriously [Harvard System for Referencing MUST be used.

Take the opportunity to use models/diagrams and illustrations (annotate) to assist in the delivery and comprehension of your subject matter.

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- Project management topics review assignment -

1. Knowledge, skills and ethics in CM/PM professional practice

- Learning outcome 1: Difference in roles of project manager and construction manager (knowledge, skills and approaches) on construction projects.

Built environment (or construction) projects are very complex and require a significant joint efforts from various parties to be completed. As indicated in (Sanvido et al., 1992), it represents a combination of many events, interactions and processes. Due to the influence of many external and internal factors, construction projects are done in a frequently changing environment. In order to complete these projects on time, within the budget and with the required and previously defined quality, an important decision must be made in terms of management of the project and leadership. Consider the specifics and uniqueness of the construction projects, there are two types of roles that are considered - project manager and construction manager. Project manager (PM) is a role that is covering a larger picture of the construction project itself, starting from the initial planning, site selection, analysis and to the physical constructions and project closure. Focus of PM is on budget, schedule and quality of the project. On the other side, construction manager (CM) is a role that is covering an operational and construction parts of work on the project. CM is focused on on site...

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