Managing projects post-conflict countries are hampered by mounting cost overruns, schedule delays, and lack of scope control often leading to project delays or failure. However, interventions by project management professionals triggered by improved policies and procedures by donors and government organizations have improved these daunting challenges. This paper examines some of the key project management challenges and constraints and existing situations that cause these overruns and delays. The paper provides valuable lessons on how some of these challenges have been tackled and proffers recommendations on how project management in post-conflict counties can be improved, using Liberia as a case study.
cost overruns, schedule delays, lack of scope control, challenges in managing project in post-conflict counties.
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Dr. Teakon J. Williams (2022), Constraints and Challenges in Managing Project in Post Conflict Countries: The Case of Liberia. Multidisciplinary International Journal of Research and Development (MIJRD), Volume: 01 Issue: 06, Pages: 41-58. https://www.mijrd.com/papers/v1/i6/MIJRDV1I60005.pdf