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CONSIDERING LEARNING, UNLEARNING IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGERS: A PILOT STUDY

@inproceedings{Esa2011CONSIDERINGLU,
  title={CONSIDERING LEARNING, UNLEARNING IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGERS: A PILOT STUDY},
  author={M. Esa and Z. Samad},
  year={2011}
}
As projects face higher degrees of technical complexity and interdependency across functional boundaries, they require a shift towards an information-based organization and a knowledge-creating structure to enable them to integrate the people involved effectively. The essence of 'professional' project management lies in the ability continually to enhance the underlying knowledge base—the learning capacity. Successful business organizations do not just have to learn. Sometimes they have to… Expand

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