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there are other four attributes‘ weight like channels of financing (0.76), difference of sales price amongst similar prop.(0.72), corporate strategic objectives and expansion plan (0.71) and sales planning (0.71) in the top 20 attributes are higher than 0.7. All of the total top 20 attributes‘ weights are more than 0.6. Figure 4.2- spider chart- compares the average weight and importance weight of criteria at the second level for measuring the competitiveness of property developers in China. As shown from the chart, there sixteen attributes‘ weights are higher than the average weight in the second level, while other seventeen factors‘ weights are smaller than the average weight. Nine of the sixteen factors weight are higher than 0.7 as illustrated in the chart. The top three of them are financing capability (0.84), land acquisition strategy (0.78), and cost management (0.77). From figure 4.3 to 4.9, they provide the detail introduction of third level under each perspective in first level attributes. Figure 4.3 describe the attributes in the second and third level under the management competency for measuring the competitiveness of property developers in China. Management competency of developers comprise 9 aspects of specific management items such as strategic management, time management, cost management, quality management, risk management, environment management, safety management, contractual management and collaboration.
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83 Importance weight Mean weight 0.7710 0.7877 0.6767 0.6934 0.7373 0.8435 0.5297 0.5650 0.4855 0.4370 0.5577 0.5531 0.5946 0.5024 0.7377 0.6878 0.7655 0.5871 0.5650 0.5906 0.6546 0.5120 0.4873 0.7045 0.5316 0.6601 0.6323 0.5547 0.6656 0.7766 0.7433 0.5606 0.6940 0.400 0.900 Strategic Mgt Time mgt Cost mgt Quality mgt Risk mgt Environmental mgt Safety mgt Contractual mgt Collaboration Organisational development Training Use of human resources Staff satisfaction IT technology Technological advancement R&D Construction technology Consumer satisfaction to technology Financing capabilities Capital growth Localisation Market coverage Land acquisition strategy and implementation Sales strategy and implementation Qualification Image and reputation Spending on charity Corporate culture Public relationship Population factor Urban economy Infrastructure and strategies Consumer satisfaction with sales Figure 4-2 Comparison of the Average Weight and Importance Weight of Criteria (the Second Level) for Measuring the Competitiveness of Property Developers in China
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84 From the spider chart of 4.3, five aspects management are more important than others, since their weight are much higher than the average weight. These five aspects are the cost management (0.77), strategic management (0.76), collaboration (0.74) quality management (0.73), and risk management. Under each of these aspects have some important sub-level attributes (third level); these important factors in third level are shown in the table under the spider chart of 4.3. Taking the cost management for example, the factors of reduction of construction cost and project completion on budget are the key factors impacting the cost management. The other factors shown in the table have the similarly meaning.
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