One of the features of being a good project manager is to use your relevant experience. Here is a specific example in Patrick Abercrombie (1879 to 1957) who brought 50 years’ experience of town planning and produced the Abercrombie Plan for the post-war re-planning of London – a truly regional plan with original features of new towns, M25 orbital motorway, airports at Heathrow and Gatwick, and more. The graphics of the Plan were original and clear. Other plans include the Bressey Plan of 1930s and by Colin Buchannan in 1960s.
PM Characteristic: Patrick was constantly collecting knowledge and experience throughout his career and then made in useful and available in a presentable manner.