publication . Doctoral thesis . 1987

The effect of formal training on contract-construction cost growth

Claussen, Mark D.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Mar 1987
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited Navy junior officer contract-construction administrators work with civilian contractors who are experienced professionals in a competitive industry where the favored tool is a bull dozer. Increased construction cost resulting from on-the-job "learning" experiences with these contractors is a luxury the Navy can no longer afford. This study examines the results of a survey questionnaire that was distributed to all junior officers currently serving as contract-construction administrators to determine their attitudes and beliefs regarding formal training and to solicit training suggestions. The study concluded ...
free text keywords: Management, Change-orders, Training, NAVFAC, Construction
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