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The Effect Of Project Manager's Competence And Leadership To Project Performance On Industrial Construction Projects

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Syafwandi, Agus Suroso, Rizal Sugih Firmansyah



Competency, Industrial Construction Project, Leadership, Project Manager, Project Performance



The rapid development of industry in Indonesia indirectly has an impact on the number of construction projects in the industrial area of Bekasi such as factory buildings, warehouses, offices, hotels, and hospitals. This research focuses on the influence of leadership and competence of project manager to project performance in industrial construction project. To find the effect of leadership and competence of project manager to project performance can be done with SEM PLS algorithm. The result show that leadership and competence of project manager has significant effect to project performance.



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