Dundar F. Kocoaglu
Engineering projects conducted by consultants can frequently be troubled by performance, cost or schedule problems which threaten not only the satisfactory completion of the project but also the working relationship between the consultant and the client. From the consultant's perspective, such problems are crises, as they adversely affect the client relations and may damage the ability to obtain new clients. We investigated management crises in engineering projects conducted by consultants and methods to reduce their probability of occurrence.
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Consultant's Perspective" (1988). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 325.