Clients Driving Innovation
September 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
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PART I THE CONTEXT FOR INNOVATION .
What is the Broader Context within which Clients Operate?.
Chapter 1 A global agenda for revaluing construction: the client's role -
Chapter 2 Revaluing construction: implications for the construction process -
Graham M Winch.
Chapter 3 Is the client really part of the team? A contemporary policy perspective on Latham /
John Hobson and Kenneth Treadaway.
What is the Position of Clients within the Development Process?.
Chapter 4 Enabling clients to be professional -
Chapter 5 Challenging the illusion of the all powerful clients' role in driving innovation -
Martin Sexton, Carl Abbott and Shu-Ling Lu.
Chapter 6 Reifying the client in construction management research? Alternative perspectives on a complex construct -
Chapter 7 A proposed taxonomy for construction clients -
Patricia Tzortzopoulos, Mike Kagioglou and Kenneth Treadaway.
What are the Client's Roles and Responsibilities in Driving Innovation?.
Chapter 8 Clients' roles and contributions to innovations in the construction industry: when giants learn to dance -
Chapter 9 Setting the game plan: the role of clients in construction innovation and diffusion -
Kristian Widen, Brian Atkin and Leif Hommen.
Chapter 10 Clients as innovation drivers in large engineering projects -
Chapter 11 Knowing differently, innovating together? Exploring the dynamics of knowledge creation across boundaries in clients' design teams -
Patrick S. W. Fong.
Chapter 12 The role of the client in the innovation processes of small construction professional service firms -
Chapter 13 Client-oriented contractor innovation -
What are the Appropriate Tools and Barriers to the Implementation of Innovation Practices?.
Chapter 14 Driving innovation in construction: a conceptual model of client leadership behaviour -
Mohammed F. Dulaimi.
Chapter 15 Critical actions by clients for effective development and implementation of construction innovations -
E. Sarah Slaughter and William L. Cate.
PART II THE INNOVATION PROCESS .
Chapter 16 Overcoming resistance to innovation: the integration champion in construction -
Chapter 17 Client-driven innovation through a requirements-oriented project process -
John M. Kamara.
Chapter 18 Knowledge management supports clients driving innovation: two case studies -
Marja Naaranoja, Paivi Haapalainen and Heikki Lonka.
Chapter 19 Implementing innovations in infrastructures for the built environment: the role of project developers, customers and users -
Marcela Miozzo and Nuno Gil.
PART III MOVING IDEAS INTO PRACTICE .
What are the Policy Issues in Moving Ideas into Practice?.
Chapter 20 Client driven performance improvement strategies for the construction industry: development and implementation challenges -
Aminah Robinson Fayek, Jeff H. Rankin and Ernie Tromposch.
Chapter 21 Public policy, clients and the construction industry -
Chapter 22 Value for money versus complexity: a battle of giants in the public sector? -
How do Clients Move Ideas into Practice?.
Chapter 23 The role of the professional client in leading change: a case study of Stanhope plc -
Chapter 24 Customer focus: time, the enemy of desire - a contractor developer perspective -
Chapter 25 The role of the client in building site innovations -
Chapter 26 A complex systems approach to customer co-innovation: a financial services case study -
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