Problems accossiated with project maturity in construction companies

Jarosław Górecki

Abstrakt

This paper describes the problem of project maturity for construction companies when analyzed by their ability to execute construction investment projects. On the basis of survey results it was revealed that the success of a company is connected with the increasing level of project maturity as a condition for a successful project management.

Słowa kluczowe: project maturity, construction companies, risk management
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