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Qualitative Text Analysis Tools and Interview Deconstruction The Ritchie and Spencer Framework

Position: A construction project consultant is prepared through intense coursework but only 20% of what the learned concept is applicable. This is an entry-level job to construction project management.
Skills: as a consultant project manager for construction, knowledge of how the industry works particularly construction technology, which helps in the identification of contractor limitations, contractor abilities, working with a quantity surveyor, and understanding the role of an architect. In addition, hands-on skills and experience in about 18 months in the form of sandwich placement are essential. Customer relationship management or relationship marketing are also required when dealing with stakeholders who do or do not understand the construction work
Abilities: Ability to work in a team, ability to work independently especially since little supervision if available and it’s up to an individual to map their career. Strong analytical skills are essential for understanding what projects or tasks involve doing now and what can wait for another day. Adaptability works well since the company management structure changes to meet the needs of a client hence client-driven teamwork with project support officers
Motivation: a passion for architecture limited by the inability to draw but soldered by a passion to procure buildings, and understanding how to put them together. Additionally, the interviewee also had a preferred company to work for after the course. Doing something new every day and freedom are two major likes for the job. Performance reviews offer feedback from the manager.
Room for career advancement: the broadness of project management for construction leaves room for advancement into more challenges (advancing from a consultant to a project manager) which prevents one from remaining at the same level.&nbsp.

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