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Management Skills and Knowledge: A Case Example from the Construction Industry (Управленческие навыки и знания: случай из строительной отрасли промышленности)

Опубликовано на портале: 09-01-2003
Leadership and Organization Development Journal. 1989.  Vol. 10. No. 6.
Construction managers' perceived importance regarding their present and future skills and knowledge are presented. It is demonstrated that there is overall agreement among junior, middle and senior managers as to their skills and knowledge needs, now and for the future. Skills and knowledge in organisation, human relations, communication, personnel management and operational planning are most important in the practice of construction management. Few changes are anticipated in the 1990s which will significantly alter the role of the construction manager. As international markets deregulate post-1992, communication and computer technology will become increasingly important. It is recommended that educationalists respond to the needs of construction managers by providing courses that reflect current and future trends.