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Jul 18, 2014
JEFF SHAW The project management industry is cyclical in nature
The South African project management industry is currently not thriving because the slow pace of infrastructure investments is negatively impacting the industry, professional services firm KPMG infrastructure and major projects director Jeff Shaw says. Although...
Jul 19, 2013
LACK OF EXPERIENCEThe required number of project managers who are experienced enough to ensure the successful delivery of megaprojects in the country, such as power projects, is decreasing(Source: Bloomberg)
The good project management skills that exist in South Africa are unfortunately being spread too thinly, resulting in many projects going ahead with weak teams at the owner-team and contractor level.
Dec 10, 2010
With the Gautrain rapid rail link project nearing completion, there are concerns that the skills developed and acquired during the construction of South Africa's high-speed rail network may dissipate.
Aug 21, 2009
The target of creating 500 000 jobs before the end of the year is “ambitious”, warns audit firm KPMG project advisory services director Jeff Shaw.
Mar 06, 2009
Ninety per cent of senior executives canvassed for a new international survey on infrastructure have indicated that the availability and quality of infrastructure will affect where they locate and expand their business operations.

The report, entitled ‘Bridging the...
Feb 18, 2009
Ninety per cent of senior executives canvassed for a new international survey on infrastructure have indicated that the availability and quality of infrastructure will affect where they locate and expand their business operations. The report, entitled ‘Bridging the...
Sep 01, 2008
Aug 29, 2008
Only one third of companies involved in major construction projects worldwide produced 80% of their projects on time, professional services firm KPMG has found in its 2008 global construction survey. Speaking at the release of the survey in Johannesburg, KPMG...
 
 
 
 
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