Relationship In Project Management Essay

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TASK IV: PARTNERSHIP IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT Partnering is a project approach designed to allow the construction process to be performed within an atmosphere of mutual trust, commitment to shared goals, and open communication among the partnering members while working in harmony toward mutual goals in order to avoid claims and litigation and establish a win/win management approach. For the complex and large-scale Atlantis project, the contractually associated construction partnering between Laing O’Rourke and NORR along with various other members like Rockwell Group, WATG, EDSA, helped to create working relationship among all of the team members based on mutually agreeable plan of cooperation and teamwork to improve productivity. The main objectives of Atlantis project partnership included reducing project costs and schedules, eliminating change orders and claims, improving communication by developing…show more content…
The different communication methods are used for different audiences in Atlantis project management including Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) for real-time inventory and shipping communications, e-mail or regular mail for business communications, ProjectWeb as the main information interface for information transactions, telephone or web conferences for meetings. Partnering requires high commitment to change by all project team members to work in a team environment with “win-win” relationships, which will result in better quality project and performances, increased probability of timely and on-budget completion of project and reduced risk of claims and litigation. The mutual benefits gained by partnering members of Atlantis project acted as incentives and provided team motivation to achieve optimum project goals, and
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