Rethinking the U.K. Construction Industry
The paper discusses two recent governmental reports (Latham Report 1994 and Egan Report 1998), which called for rethinking the set-up, distribution and layout of material in the U.K. construction industry.
# 28213 | 1,258 words | 4 sources | APA | 2002 |
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The paper analyzes the way these two reports aimed to spur improvements in the U.K. construction industry and the resulting substantive efforts by the industry to streamline itself through increased cooperation. The paper also looks at the technique of cooperative reform known as TQM (Total Quality Management) advocated in the Latham Report, an approach that has been proven to work in the U.S. and Australia.
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