Early Owner Planning Leads to Project Success.

Web Abstract: 
Discusses the three phases of project start-up at hypothetical 2,000- to 3,000-student schools in a suburban business school, a liberal arts college, and a small urban university. Phase one involves understanding the project and desired outcomes. Phase two is identifying and preparing the internal team. Phase three is selecting the external team of consultants. A multitude of steps to be taken within each of these phases are presented in detail, and options for project delivery are described.
Author: 
Gainsboro, Dan
Journal: 
Planning for Higher Education
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
09/30/2006
Page Numbers: 
42-58
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