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 Mr. Ari Speaks @ ICI Puducherry on Modern Construction Project Management Techniques

Mr. O. Arivazhagan "Ari", CEO, IIPM, was invited to deliver a special invitee lecture at the One Day National Seminar on "Modern Techniques in Building Projects" on the topic “Modern Construction Project Management Techniques" organized by ICI Puducherry on 7th February 2015 at Anandha Inn, Puducherry.

In his speech to a gathering of nearly 500 - 600 participants of Professional & Students, he explained about "Modern Construction Project Management Techniques".

He also gave a revelation that according to the Global Practices, our Project Industry has been failing on Scope Management, Cost Management, Time Management, Quality Management and Risk Management. He also observed that Project Managers may have good technical skills and interpersonal skills. However their project might fail, this failure is attributed to the Organizational Structure.

He highlighted that the organization should have the right structure for facilitating the Project Manager to complete the project on time within budget. He also gave a startling fact that 90% of the Construction Companies follow Functional Structure which is not suitable for Construction Companies and that a Balanced Matrix would be suitable for Construction Companies.

He also clearly explained that while Project Managers focus on implementing techniques that help in achieving better quality product but fail to understand the needs of the customer. The customer determines project success in terms of achieving good quality within the allocated budget. Companies are not equipped with the practice of achieving perfect quality within the stipulated time and budget .He focused on the competency expected from the Construction Managers; their awareness of PMBOK and that knowledge, personal and performance are key aspects for a manager.

Project Managers concentrate on buying the latest equipment/ latest machinery but do not give importance to building the capacity of Team Members. He concluded that Project Managers should be able to strike the right balance between Knowledge, Personal & Performance.

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