Psychosocial and Organisational-Cultural influences on Construction Stakeholders’ Financial Performance *Deadline Extended*
Special issue call for papers from Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction
Guest Editor: Professor L.J. Nesan, Saveetha University, India
- Modelling financial performance of construction stakeholders using non-financial measures related to psychosocial factors.
- Non-financial performance measures per-se; such as strategies to demonstrate how performance relates to psychosocial factors; techniques to effectively evaluate and manage non-financial aspects of performance; investment to promote psychosocial issues aimed at improvement etc.
- Evaluating employee empowerment for its contribution to achieving organisational performance.
- Strategies for helping stakeholders thrive vis-à-vis performance investment when profitability is uncertain.
- Enabling stakeholders to manage the constant trade-off between pertinent issues, such as organisational performance, organisational culture and personnel attributes etc.
- How organisational-cultural differences in different geographical regions, especially between developed and developing nations, influence productivity and performance improvement.
- Differences in cultural approaches and procedures between regions in improving financial performance.
- Behavioural and ethical issues relating to organisational performance and the ‘bottom-line’.
- Assessment of long-term economic value of investment(s) in the above (and similar) matters.
- All relevant issues linking personnel, organisational and financial performance in the construction and property environments.
Instructions and timing
Deadline for submission of completed manuscripts, for entry into peer review: June 2017.
Anticipated publication date early 2018.
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