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Team Emotional Intelligence as a Predictor of Project Performance: A Case Study at a College-Level Construction Management Course


Abstract The current paradigm to addressing the marginal increases in productivity and quality in the construction industry is to embrace new technologies and new programs designed to increase productivity. While both pursuits are justifiable and worthwhile they overlook a crucial element, the human element. If the individuals and teams operating the new technologies or executing the new programs lack all of the necessary skills the efforts are still doomed for, at best, mediocrity. But over the past two decades researchers and practitioners have been exploring and experimenting with a softer set of skills that are producing hard figures showing real improvements in performance.
Created Date 2014
Contributor Mischung, Joshua Jason (Author) / Sullivan, Kenneth T (Advisor) / El Asmar, Mounir (Committee member) / Wiezel, Avi (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Behavioral sciences / Social psychology / Industrial engineering / Construction Management / Emotional Intelligence / Project Performance / Team Emotional Intelligence
Type Masters Thesis
Extent 43 pages
Language English
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Note Masters Thesis Construction 2014
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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