Review on bid or no bid decision factors
MetadataShow full item record
Recent economic indicators globally tend to suggest cautious behaviours amongst businesses. There is a wealth of resources on bid or no bid decision in literature. However, as things are changing, extant models need some revamping if they are to keep pace with current economic conditions that are challenging our industry. The purpose of this review paper is to explore extant frameworks for developing bid or no bid decision models and to point out possible variables that future research studies can focus on. Such contributions are important: current economic conditions are affecting the various sectors of the construction industry differently. When the key decision factors are elicited, future research can further analyse them to point out the factors that support specific elements of the construction business space e.g. small, institutional, major and mega building construction; civil and resource engineering construction, and; specialist projects [such as space and terra projects].
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
A study of the perception of the impact of modeling on the development of commitment to action in Decision Conferencing.Wood, Margaret Ann (2004)Managers are increasingly faced with making complex decisions in turbulent organisational environments. This has led to greater information processing demands. Increasingly organisations try to deal with this in such a ...
Confusion, clarity, cohesion, disintegration: a study of curriculum decision-making in citizenship education.Parkin, Glenda (2002)In the last decade, the Commonwealth Government has relied increasingly on policy-induced consortia to implement its education policy initiatives. The study focused on education policy pertaining to citizenship education, ...
Aje, O.; Olatunji, Oluwole; Makanjuola, S. (2016)The decision to bid or not to bid for new projects determines contractors’ propensity for business success or failure. This study aims to investigate the factors that affect the decision of indigenous construction contractors ...