Analysis Skills for Production Strategies

The Use of Buildability and System Tools

Summary: This book covers five main areas: fragmentation as a problem in the construction industry; the need to appreciate that production is not an accident and has to be planned; the use of systems analysis in aiding the planning of production; the relevance of buildability models in appreciating the complexities and changing nature of production; and the problems of making effective decisions within a fragmented and complex planning environment. Les mer
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Summary: This book covers five main areas: fragmentation as a problem in the construction industry; the need to appreciate that production is not an accident and has to be planned; the use of systems analysis in aiding the planning of production; the relevance of buildability models in appreciating the complexities and changing nature of production; and the problems of making effective decisions within a fragmented and complex planning environment. The book is aimed at any company or manager involved in the management of live construction projects - and particularly those which are large and complex. In particular: project managers, construction managers, project planners and contracts managers will find it of interest Contents: The fragmentation problem Production is not an accident Systems analysis for construction The limits of control Buildability models: everything, or hardly anything? How good do you need to be? Practice, practice, practice References Buildability bibliography

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