• Perception of Various Performance Criteria by Stakeholders in the Construction Sector in Hong Kong
    Construction Management and Economics (April 2010) 28, 377–391 Perception of various performance criteria by stakeholders in the construction sector in Hong Kong IVAN K.W. LAI1* and FRANKIE K.S. LAM2 1 2 Faculty of Management and Administration, Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau...
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  • Bmt500086
    2-3 pages. Submit your document in the Course Work area below the Activity screen. Learning Outcome: 8 * Analyze research articles for construction of an Annotated Bibliography. ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Your instructor...
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  • Annotated Bibliography
    ability to adjust to individual student learning styles and preferences. The article investigates the impact of students learning style and their performance. Online degrees have increased since 2006. More learners are becoming more technologically savvy, and it is those learners that are technologically...
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  • Preparing an Annotated Bibliography
    Preparing an Annotated Bibliography Lai, I. K. W., & Lam, F. K. S. (2010). Perception of various performance criteria by stakeholders in the construction sector Hong Kong. Construction Management & Economics, 28, 377- 391. doi:10.1080/01446190903521515 Ivan Lai from Macau University of Science...
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  • Perception of Various Performance Criteria by Stakeholders in the Construction Sector in Hong Kong.
    this paper is to discuss the stakeholder’s concerns relative to the significance of perceived performance criteria and the related performance outcomes in a construction sector environment located in Hong Kong. The key participants to this study consisted of clients, designers, consultants and contractors...
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  • Hong Kong
    First International Conference on Construction In Developing Countries (ICCIDC–I) “Advancing and Integrating Construction Education, Research & Practice” August 4-5, 2008, Karachi,, Pakistan Application of Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region – the Critics’ Perspectives ...
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  • Literature Review
    Guide to Best Practice for Safer Construction: Literature review ‘From concept to completion’ Guide to Best Practice for Safer Construction: Literature review 'From concept to completion' Michael Charles Janet Pillay Rachel Ryan Edited by Tim Fleming Neal Ryan Ron Wakefield © Icon.Net...
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  • Student
    model of the preparation and use of construction specifications and their effects on project performance Lam, Tsun-ip, Patrick; 林俊業 Citation Issue Date URL Rights 2005 http://hdl.handle.net/10722/50656 Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License A holistic model of the...
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  • Construction Culture in the Uk
    Overview of the UK Construction Industry It has been 10 years since Sir John Egan delivered ‘Rethinking Construction’. Having rocked the construction industry with its publication in 1998, none of the seven targets have been met (Building Magazine, 2008). The UK construction industry was ranked...
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  • Strategy Formulation
    Article: Strategy formulation framework for vocational education: integrating SWOT analysis, balanced scorecard, QFD methodology and MBNQA education criteria S.F. Lee, K.K. Lo, Ruth F. Leung, Andrew Sai On Ko Article information: To cite this document: S.F. Lee, K.K. Lo, Ruth F. Leung, Andrew Sai On...
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  • Using Balanced Scorecard for Subcontractor Performance Appraisal
    Balanced Scorecard for Subcontractor Performance Appraisal S. Thomas NG, Hong Kong, China Key words: Subcontractor performance, performance appraisal, balanced scorecard SUMMARY Several influential industry reports have pointed out that a decline in construction quality and productivity could be...
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  • 515531
    Compliance of CLP Sustainability Report with GRI’s Sustainability Reporting Guidelines 2 3.1. Strategy and Profile 3 3.2. Management Approach 5 3.3. Performance Indicators 5 3.4. GRI Guidelines 7 3.4.1. Strategy and Analysis 7 3.4.2. Organizational Profile 7 3.4.3. Report Parameters 8 4 Literature Review...
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  • Cathay Pacific
    sustainability performance – both achievements and challenges in 2010. Our reporting has evolved since 1996, which was the first year we launched our Environmental Report, but our commitment to transparency and accountability remains unchanged. In this Report, we highlight a list of key stakeholder issues in...
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  • Cathay Pacific's Sustainable Development Report 2010
    sustainability performance – both achievements and challenges in 2010. Our reporting has evolved since 1996, which was the first year we launched our Environmental Report, but our commitment to transparency and accountability remains unchanged. In this Report, we highlight a list of key stakeholder issues in...
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  • Business Ethics
    and Sustainability – MBA Assignment A Comparison for Sustainability Reports of China Light and Power Holdings Limited and Mass Transit Railway Hong Kong Table of Contents Introduction 3 Scope and Depth of Coverage 4 The Quality of the Reporting 9 Inclusivity 9 Comparability 10 Completeness...
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  • Essay
    engineering projects can be plagued by risks and often are suffered poor performance as a result. This research study aims to investigate and to analyze the general managerial practices / approaches of risk management in Hong Kong civil engineering projects. A questionnaire survey is contacted to get current...
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  • Self-esteem of teenagers on Hong Kong
    Self-esteem of teenagers in Hong Kong Self-esteem, according to the Oxford dictionary, is the confidence in one’s own worth or abilities; self-respect. It has been one of the most significant issues discussed on about teenagers in Hong Kong as their behaviors are...
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  • Risks in Construction Projects
    Identifying Key Risks in Construction Projects: Life Cycle and Stakeholder Perspectives Dr Patrick. X.W. Zou1 , Dr Guomin Zhang2 and Professor Jia-Yuan Wang3 1 and 2: Faculty of Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney 2052, Australia; 3: College of Architecture and Civil Engineering...
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  • THE DETERMINANTS OF THE SAFETY PERFORMANCE OF PRIVATE MULTI-STOREY RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN LAGOS STATE
    THE DETERMINANTS OF THE SAFETY PERFORMANCE OF PRIVATE MULTI-STOREY RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN LAGOS STATE By SHITTU SHERIFF OMOBOLANLE F/HD/11/3550014 DEPARTMENT OF ESTATE MANAGEMENT & VALUATION SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY YABA – LAGOS STATE ...
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  • Term Paper on Project Risk Management
    INTRODUCTION Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholder needs and expectations from a project. Project risk management includes the processes concerned with identifying, analyzing, and responding to project...
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