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The construction industry typically does a poor job of selecting and training its supervisors. There is insufficient data regarding the direct impact of supervisory training on improved supervisory performance, productivity, or overall company profits. However, the research di...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Professional-Development/topics/RT-040 2/7/2016 6:19:49 AM
RT-256 was formed to study the following essential question: @What is the relationship between the leadership behaviors of site leadership personnel and project safety performance?@ To do this, the team collected data from 31 CII member-company projects regarding leaders@ valu...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-256 2/7/2016 6:16:42 AM
Co-sponsored with CURTFrontline supervisors @ Foremen and General Foremen @ are responsible for translating construction plans into productive practice. Despite the importance of these roles, RT-330@s experience and research findings indicate weaknesses in frontline supervisio...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Construction-Execution/topics/RT-330 2/7/2016 6:19:03 AM
Research Team 325 (RT-325) aimed to develop a general framework for succession planning for early to mid-level employees across the construction industry up to the level of Project Manager (PM), which is deemed to be one of the key positions of project delivery. The team condu...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Human-Resource-Management/topics/RT-325 2/7/2016 6:19:00 AM
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/human-resource-management/topics/rt-306#presentation300 4/17/2019 7:31:23 PM
Previous research has established that effective communications are essential to the successful completion of engineer-procure-construct (EPC) projects. However, this finding would be of little benefit without a reasonable means of measurement.In 1996, the research team for RT...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Project-Organization-Communication/topics/RT-105 2/7/2016 6:10:11 AM
Previous CII research on productivity has taken management@s perspective. In 2004, however, CII sought a new perspective of construction productivity: that of the craft worker. CII formed the Work Force View of Construction Productivity Research Team (RT-215) to collect data o...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Construction-Execution/topics/RT-215 2/7/2016 6:15:10 AM
Human resources are the most valuable aspect of any effort to upgrade productivity and quality control. Therefore, to attain the goal of more and better construction for the money, it is necessary to upgrade the supply and preparedness of human operatives at all levels.@The CI...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Professional-Development/topics/RT-014b 2/7/2016 6:09:08 AM
This study assessed the impact, in a large project setting, of the Five High-Impact Zero Accident Techniques identified in the 1993 Zero Injury Techniques CII Study. Ten key topic areas were identified that contribute to improved safety performance. The five from the 1993 stud...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-160 2/7/2016 6:12:48 AM
Indirect Construction Costs (IDCC) are project expenses incurred by the primary construction company for supportive functions and shared general resources that are typical for proper execution of field construction operations and are not accurately or feasibly identifiable wit...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Project-Controls/topics/RT-282 2/7/2016 6:17:46 AM
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