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Management for the construction industry / Stephen Lavender

By: Lavender, Stephen D.
Contributor(s): Chartered Institute of Building (Great Britain).
Series: CIOB education framework textbook. Publisher: Harlow, England : Longman, 1996Description: xiii, 296 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0582262356.Subject(s): Construction industry -- ManagementDDC classification: 690.068
Contents:
Preface. - Acknowledgements. - Pt. One : Foundations of management. 1. An overview. 2. Management perspectives. 3. Objectives of organisations. 4. External influences on organisations. 5. Internal influences within organisations. 6. Financial structures. 7. Organisational structures. - Pt. Two : Functions of management. 8. Processes of management. 9. Marketing management. 10. Production management. 11. Financial management. 12. Personnel management. - Pt. Three : Human aspects management. 13. Management behaviour. 14. Leadership. 15. Individual motivation. 16. Work groups. 17. Industrial relations. 18. Employment law. - Pt. Four : Management applied to the construction industry. 19. Market strategies for construction firms. 20. Some policy matters for construction firms. 21. Management of construction projects. 22. Financial control of construction projects. 23. Production management and construction. 24. Future prospects for the management of construction. - Bibliography. - Index.
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"The Chartered Institute of Building" - T.p.

Preface. - Acknowledgements. - Pt. One : Foundations of management. 1. An overview. 2. Management perspectives. 3. Objectives of organisations. 4. External influences on organisations. 5. Internal influences within organisations. 6. Financial structures. 7. Organisational structures. - Pt. Two : Functions of management. 8. Processes of management. 9. Marketing management. 10. Production management. 11. Financial management. 12. Personnel management. - Pt. Three : Human aspects management. 13. Management behaviour. 14. Leadership. 15. Individual motivation. 16. Work groups. 17. Industrial relations. 18. Employment law. - Pt. Four : Management applied to the construction industry. 19. Market strategies for construction firms. 20. Some policy matters for construction firms. 21. Management of construction projects. 22. Financial control of construction projects. 23. Production management and construction. 24. Future prospects for the management of construction. - Bibliography. - Index.