These three volumes present the proceedings of the CIB Working Commission 65 - Organization and Management of Construction Symposium.
These three volumes present the proceedings of the CIB Working Commission 65 - Organization and Management of Construction Symposium. John rated it really liked it Sep 07, 2014.
A. Langford, Arkady Retik . Managing the Construction Project (Volume Two): focuses upon productivity, procurement, international projects and human issues in relation to management performance of construction organisations.
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David Langford, Arkady Retik. David Langford, Arkady Retik. Taylor & Francis, 1996 - Architecture - 910 pages.
ISBN-13:978-0419222408. Publisher:Routledge (9/15/1996). The volumes cover four broad themes: business management, project management, risk management, IT development and applications.
Theory and Practice. This book bridges the gap between those books that are primarily theoretical and the textbooks that discuss what the personnel manager does, or should be doing (the prescriptive approach). This book is both theoretical and prescriptive. The external contexts that affect human resource management policies and actions inside the organization, changes in job design, and occupational health and safety are also examined in this section. This discussion provides the context of HRM and prepares the groundwork for Parts 2 to 4.
management as a particular form of activity aimed at ensuring that these social.
3 Practice theories and the study of work and organization 11. . 1 Returning to practice: a weak and strong programme? 12. The content and structure of the book 14. The rolling case study 16. while practice theories can offer a radically new way of understanding and. explaining social and organizational phenomena, they can only be approached. management as a particular form of activity aimed at ensuring that these social. and material activities work more or less in the same direction. A practice-based sensitivity, however, promises to do more.