• Engineering
  • Published 2006

The relevance of EQ to construction project management education and practice: an investigative framework

@inproceedings{Mo2006TheRO,
  title={The relevance of EQ to construction project management education and practice: an investigative framework},
  author={Yi Yi Mo and Andrew R. J. Dainty and Andrew D. F. Price},
  year={2006}
}
Construction is a project-based industry and involves bringing different combinations of clients, designers, contractors and suppliers to work together for relatively short periods of time. The complexity and dynamism of industry’s project-based background makes it one of the most challenging environments to manage people effectively and ensure that project and organisational goals are met. To successfully manage construction activities in such an environment requires good interaction between… CONTINUE READING

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