Managing projects for long-term success requires a focus more on process than on technique. Whereas traditional project managers may apply certain well-defined abilities or skills to the task of bringing a project to physical completion on-time and on-budget, development of the “perfect” project requires a much broader perspective. Excellence at every phase of development must be pursued, from concept through to continuous operation. Discipline in process and ruthlessness in execution are key.

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