Building collaborative trust in construction procurement strategies / Jason Challender, Peter Farrell, Peter McDermott
- Challender, Jason
- Hoboken, NJ : ohn Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2019.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Farrell, Peter, 1955- and McDermott, Peter
- Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Author Biographies; Foreword by Mark Farmer; Foreword by Emeritus Professor Peter Brandon; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 Introduction; References; Chapter 2 Context of the Lack of Trust in the Construction Industry; 2.1 From Where Has the Lack of Trust Emerged?; 2.2 Calls for More Research into the Study of Trust in Construction Contracting; 2.3 Deficiencies with Traditional Construction Procurement, 2.3 Lowest Priced Tendering Through Traditional Forms of Procurements (Based on an Interview with a Main Contractors' Director of Procurement)2.3 Lowest Priced Tendering (Based on an Interview with a Consultant Project Manager); 2.4 Overall Context of Collaborative Working and Partnering Within the Construction Industry; 2.5 Why is Trust Important in Achieving More Successful Project Outcomes? Trust as a Collaborative Necessity; 2.5 Trust as Important Factor in Forging Good Business Relationships (Based on an Interview with a Construction Director of a Major National House Builder), 2.6 The Importance for Collaborative Working and Trust in Construction2.6.1 Statistical and Academic Context; 2.6.2 Government Context: Reports, Codes of Practice, and Recommendations for Change; 2.6.3 Government Context: Construction Procurement in the Public Sector; 2.6.4 Industry and Professional Context; 2.7 Problems Challenging the Philosophy of Partnering: The Influence and Absence of Trust; 2.7 Trust and Loyalty; Lessons Learnt from Past Experiences (Based on an Interview with the Managing Partner of a Medium-Sized Architecture Practice); 2.8 Summary; References, Chapter 3 The Theory of Trust: Concept, Components, and Characteristics3.1 Introduction to Chapter; 3.2 What is Trust, Distrust, and Mistrust?; 3.3 Potential Benefits of Trust: Incentives to Trust; 3.4 Composition and Characteristics of Trust; 3.4.1 Trust as a Multi-dimensional Construct; 3.4.2 Components of Trust; 3.5 Categories and Classifications of Trust; 3.5.1 Integrity, Intuitive Trust, and Competence Trust; 3.5.2 Calculus, Relational, and Institution-Based Trust; 3.5.3 System-Based, Cognition-Based, and Affect-Based Trust, and 3.6 Importance, Influence, and Effects of Different Types of Trust3.6.1 The Relative Importance of Different Categories of Trust Within a Construction Context; 3.6.2 Influences from Conditional and Unconditional Trust; 3.6 The Importance of Unconditional Trust (Based on an Interview with a Regional Director of a National Main Contractor); 3.6 The Problems of Conditional Trust (Based on an Interview with a Specialist Subcontractor); 3.7 Relationships Between Trust and Distrust; 3.8 The Dynamic Nature of Trust
- 9781119492276 (electronic bk.)
1119492270 (electronic bk.)
9781119492313 (electronic bk.)
1119492319 (electronic bk.)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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