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Managing construction supply chains

Author: Andrew Cox; Paul Ireland
Publisher: London : Thomas Telford, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Focusses on how buyers and suppliers in construction relationships can optimize their performances. This book provides an insight into the range of relationship and performance management outcomes  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Cox; Paul Ireland
ISBN: 0727730010 9780727730015
OCLC Number: 156087590
Description: xv, 293 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: A: Introduction Chapter 1: The Performance and Relationships Optimisation Problem in Construction Chapter 2: The Collaborative and the Power Perspectives: Alternative Views on Performance and Relationship Management Chapter 3: Is a Win-Win Possible in Construction Management? Feasible Sourcing Options and Relationship Outcomes B: Cases in Construction Sourcing and Relationship Management1. Relationship Outcomes in Reactive Supplier Selection Sourcing Chapter 4: The Corporate Office and Manufacturing Facility Case Chapter 5: The Hospital Trust Case Chapter 6: The Motorway Case Chapter 7: The Manufacturing Extension Case2. Relationship Outcomes in Reactive Supply Chain Sourcing Chapter 8: The Sports Stadium Case Chapter 9: The Heavy Engineering Plant Case Chapter 10: The Logistics Warehouse Case Chapter 11: The Water Pipeline Case3. Relationship Outcomes in Proactive Supplier Development Sourcing Chapter 12: The Aerospace Manufacturing Facility Case Chapter 13: The Multi-Purpose Office and Entertainment Complex Case Chapter 14: The Pedestrian River Bridge Case Chapter 15: The Sports Centre Case4. Relationship Outcomes in Proactive Supply Chain Management Sourcing Chapter 16: The Restaurant Construction Case Chapter 17: The Multi-Storey Car Park Case Chapter 18: The New Housing Development Case Chapter 19: The Petrol Filling Station CaseC: Conclusion Chapter 20: The Appropriateness of Mutuality and Opportunism for Corporate Performance and BusinessRelationships in Construction
Responsibility: Andrew Cox and Paul Ireland.

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