Project Management Practices: The Malaysian Insights and Trends

The requirement for offering value-for-money projects has risen, especially in light of the current inconceivable amount of economic damage caused by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), which has affected 219 nations and territories, including Malaysia. The famous iron triangle, which includes time, cost, and quality, is widely regarded by project management practitioners around the world as a major contributor to the difficulty of managing one-off, unique, and dynamic projects. In the absence of proper project management methods, these triple restrictions have a negative influence on project deliverables, causing delays, budget overruns, and poor quality. As a result, the goal of this book is to discuss the most common approaches to project integration management, project scope management, project cost management, project resource management, and project communications management for various types of construction projects, such as mega infrastructure projects, residential construction projects, and public construction projects, while also providing insights and trends. This book is expected to expose the eyes of construction participants in the Malaysian construction industry landscape to the efficient and effective application of project management knowledge, skills, tools, and methodologies, which may be replicated for other locations and similar industries as advice in supporting the successful execution of projects in general.

Author(s) Details

Syuhaida Ismail
Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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