About the Book
Globalization is presenting contractors with opportunities, but with various significant challenges, to compete internationally. Contractors compete internationally for many reasons including to the increase long-term profitability, to balance growth and to mitigate the cyclical impact of demands in established markets. There is a need for firms to evaluate their business strategy in terms of methods of competition. Strategic decisions are made in respect of project selection and determination of bid price. With limited response time to different sets of bidding opportunities, contractors need to strive for projects that put them at an advantage in terms of pricing efficiency.
1.Owner-Contractor Relationship in Projects2.Understanding the Framework of Principal-Contractor Relationship in Contracts3.Theory and Understanding of Organization in Project Contract Management4.The Factors Affecting the Contract Workers Workplace Behavior and Performance5.The Essence of Owner-Contractor Collaboration in Capital Project Delivery6.Final and Binding Power Clauses of Construction Contracts in India7.Factors Affecting Contractors’ Risk Attitudes in Construction Projects8.Contract Workers' Perceived Status and Stigmatization: A Modeling Framework9.Impact of Organizational and Contract Flexibility on Outsourcing Contracts in Information System Function
|Editor||DUT, Netherlands. CCS, Netherlands. PwC, UK and ISER, UK.|