November 2007, Wiley-Blackwell
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Following a number of research initiatives a seven part model has been developed. It has been made possible to set out challenges for various key stakeholders and make clear proposals regarding progressive implementation drawing from various national experiences.
The seven key areas for action are:
- A holistic notion of construction
- A shared vision amongst stakeholders
- A balance between markets and social capital
- Dynamic decisions and information
- Evolving knowledge and attitudes
- Awareness of the systemic contribution of construction
- Promotion of the full value delivered to society
Features of this book:
- Takes a global perspective on the ways forward for the construction industry.
- Identifies seven key areas for action, and the connections between them.
- Based on results from a series of international conferences, survey questionnaires and workshops.
- Published in association with CIB – the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction