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Recurring themes in value management practice

Green, S. D. ORCID: and Simister, S. J. (1997) Recurring themes in value management practice. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 4 (2). pp. 113-125. ISSN 0969-9988

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This paper reports on a survey of 17 value management exercises recently carried out within the UK construction industry. Twelve leading value management practitioners were asked to describe an example of a value management study which ‘worked well’ and one which ‘did not work well’. They were further asked to explain the underlying factors which they considered had influenced the eventual outcome of the value management study. The subsequent analysis of the interview transcripts reveals six recurring themes which were held to have had a significant influence: expectations, implementation, participation, power, time constraint and uncertainty. Whilst caution is necessary in extracting the themes from their individual contexts, they do provide a valuable insight into the factors which influence the outcome of value management studies.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Science > School of the Built Environment > Organisation, People and Technology group
ID Code:22943

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