This final course in the specialization provides an introduction on types of the construction projects as well as the main concern of the productivity challenge in the construction industry. Through case studies, you will learn the industry characteristics and its unique environment that led to such productivity performance as well as touch base on other several examples of challenges we are facing internally in the industry.
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來自THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: THE WAY FORWARD的熱門評論
Please give some lectures by industry professionals who are working in big companies.
A very insightful course with lots of relevant information on the present state and future of the Construction Industry. I plan to go over this particular course a second time.
it was perfecr course but it had a lot of hard words and i had too use dictionary...tnx a lot
after completing 1st and 2nd course of this specialization, i started this course and understood it completely. looking forward to complete other courses
關於 营建管理 專項課程
The Construction Management specialization is curated for professionals in the construction and civil engineering industry looking to advance their careers. Through this specialization, students will gain comprehensive industry knowledge along with the latest trends and development within the industry. This 5-course specialization will cover the major facets of construction management including project initiation and planning, scheduling techniques and procedures, cost estimating and control, and construction project financials. After students complete this specialization, they will have gained significant skills and tools to stay relevant and ahead of the curve in the world of construction management.