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Total Quality In The Construction Supply Chain

Books from same Author: John S Oakland and Marton Marosszeky

Books from same Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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    Author(s)John S Oakland and Marton Marosszeky
    PublisherTaylor & Francis
    ISBN9780750661850
    Pages538
    BindingSoftbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearFebruary 2006

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    Taylor & Francis Total Quality In The Construction Supply Chain by John S Oakland and Marton Marosszeky

    Organizations in the construction industry struggle with three key issues: quality management or better meeting customer expectations, supply chain management or more effectively working with suppliers to provide a seamless service to customers, and knowledge management, the challenge of learning between collaborating organisations and between people working on similar projects around the world. Excellence in these key aspects of business is the hallmark of great companies. This book tackles each of these themes, demonstrating their significance as strategic concepts for the construction sector and illustrating how development goals in each of the areas can be met. To be successful Total Quality has to impact on the organisation's Performance, which should be measured on a "balanced scorecard", including the results from the customer. This can be achieved through good Planning and improvements in Processes through involvement of the People. These 4Ps combine with the 4Cs - Customer, Culture, Communication and Commitment to provide a model for implementing total qual