Project managers are the linchpin to successful capital work across campus, whether it’s the construction of new buildings or renovating existing spaces. However, higher education’s project management function has not kept pace with changing industry standards and evolving institutional needs. As projects grow in complexity, cost, and importance to institutional success, senior leaders need to rethink project manager roles and responsibilities to best support campus development.
This infographic showcases the four traits that project managers need to succeed on today’s higher ed construction and renewal projects. It also highlights the EAB research that can support project management offices in growing that trait.
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