Managing in Construction Supply Chains and Markets

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Overview

The primary focus of this book is on how buyers and suppliers in construction relationships can optimize their performances. It provides a detailed insight into the full range of relationship and performance management outcomes that are feasible in construction supply chains and markets, as well as a more detailed understanding of the appropriateness of different ways of working under specific supply chain and market conditions.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780727730015
  • Publisher: Telford, Thomas Limited
  • Publication date: 1/1/2006
  • Pages: 344
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.80 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 The performance and relationship optimisation problem in construction 3
Ch. 2 The power and leverage perspective : an alternative view of relationship and performance management 28
Ch. 3 The problem of win-win in construction management : feasible relationship and performance outcomes 48
Ch. 4 The logistics warehouse case : reactive supply chain sourcing with a buyer win and supplier partial win outcome 67
Ch. 5 The sports stadium case : reactive supply chain sourcing with a buyer win and supplier lose outcome 79
Ch. 6 The corporate office and manufacturing facility case : reactive supplier selection with a buyer partial win and supplier win outcome 93
Ch. 7 The healthcare facility case : reactive supplier selection with a buyer partial win and supplier partial win outcome 105
Ch. 8 The motorway case : reactive supplier selection with a buyer partial win and supplier lose outcome 116
Ch. 9 The heavy engineering plant case : reactive supply chain sourcing with a buyer lose and supplier win outcome 127
Ch. 10 The water pipeline case : reactive supply chain sourcing with a buyer lose and supplier partial win outcome 140
Ch. 11 The manufacturing facility extension case : reactive supplier selection with a buyer lose and supplier lose outcome 151
Ch. 12 The restaurant construction case : proactive supply chain management with a buyer win and supplier partial win outcome 165
Ch. 13 The multi-storey car park case : proactive supply chain management with a buyer win and supplier lose outcome 177
Ch. 14 The aerospace manufacturing facility case : proactive supplier development with a buyer partial win and supplier win outcome 190
Ch. 15 The residential, office and entertainment complex case : proactive supplier development with a buyer partial win and supplier partial win outcome 201
Ch. 16 The high street public house case : proactive supplier development with a buyer partial win and supplier lose outcome 213
Ch. 17 The housing development case : proactive supplier development with a buyer lose and supplier win outcome 226
Ch. 18 The petrol filling station case : proactive supply chain management with a buyer lose and supplier partial win outcome 241
Ch. 19 The leisure and sports complex case : proactive supplier development with a buyer lose and supplier lose outcome 252
Ch. 20 Beyond win-win : understanding relationship and performance management options for buyers and suppliers in construction 267
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