Incentives in de bouw : een studie naar incentives in de relatie tussen Rijkswaterstaat Bouwdienst en de aannemerij

Wesel, R. (2006) Incentives in de bouw : een studie naar incentives in de relatie tussen Rijkswaterstaat Bouwdienst en de aannemerij.

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Abstract:This graduate study is focussed on the relationship between Rijkswaterstaat Bouwdienst and her contractors. Rijkswaterstaat Bouwdienst mainly manages her contractors by punishment. Psychological theory learns that rewards create a more powerful motivation than punishment does. Therefore the use of rewards forms a potential way of improving project results. Results of this study are incentives that can be used by Rijkswaterstaat Bouwdienst to reward a contractor or vice versa. In this study an incentive is described as a change in the way of working, which will affect the behaviour of the other party in a positive way. This change will be initiated by the forecast of a reward. Incentives can be grouped into economical, moral or social incentives.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Clients:
Rijkswaterstaat Bouwdienst
Faculty:ET: Engineering Technology
Subject:56 civil engineering
Programme:Civil Engineering and Management MSc (60026)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/57585
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