This report describes current best practice in partnering in the construction industry and identifies what needs to be done to meet the new demands arising from a rapidly changing market and from new technologies. The report discusses why the industry must set itself tough new targets to improve its performance and meets the increasing demands of clients. It measures the scale of benefits that are already being achieved, but more importantly it identifies the next steps needed for partnering to totally alter the construction industry's performance.Honda instilled in the company a new emphasis on product quality and helped Rover recognise that it needed to respond taster in rapidly changing markets ... PRODUCING A BUILDING LIKE A MANUFACTURED PRODUCT The new Group Design and Engineering Centre a#39;GDECi project was ... Rovera#39;s project manager for GDEC. was determined to set new standards ol value (of money lor Rover.
|Title||:||The Seven Pillars of Partnering|
|Author||:||John Bennett, Sarah Jayes|
|Publisher||:||Thomas Telford - 1998-01-01|