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Figure 4.4 provide the detail information of average weight and importance weight of attributes at the second and third level under the organising competencies perspective. Organising competencies mainly consist of four aspects contents like organisational development, training, use of human resources and staff satisfaction. As has been mentioned before, the importance weight of organisational competencies are lower than the average weight. Therefore, all of four aspects second level factors weight under the aspects of organisational competency are lower than the mean weigh. Organisational development and staff satisfaction are the much more important factors among the total four aspects as shown in the spider chart, and the specific attributes under each of them are illustrated in the table below the spider chart 4.4. In terms of organisational development, there are five important factors under it like reward system, salary system, job security system, human resource development strategies and management system, and job promotion system. On part
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85 of staff satisfaction, four factors are needed to pay more attention such as reward system, salary system, job security system, and recognition of corporate strategic objectives and expansion policy. Figure 4.5 given the importance weight of the second and third level factors under the aspects of technological capabilities (first level). The technological capabilities contain five aspects sub-level factors as construction technology, R&D, technological advancement, IT technology, and consumer satisfaction with technology. From the spider chart, even though all of the five factors‘ weight is smaller than the average weight, the attributes of R&D (0.565) and consumer satisfaction with technology (0.561) are the most important among the five factors. Under the R&D, two factors like development of R&D unit and staff and spending on R&D from corporate profit are in prior consideration. Satisfaction with quality and actual quality compared to expectations are the two main factors need to be deal with well in the consumer satisfaction with technology.
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86 Cost Management Reduction of construction cost Project completion on budget Strategic Management Property management system Corporate strategic objectives and expansion policy Corporate concept and vision Collaboration Collaboration with design teams Collaboration with contractors Quality Management Quality plan Risk Management Risk management system Figure 4-3 Comparison of the average weight and importance weight of attributes (the second & third level) under the management competency for measuring the competitiveness of property developers in China 0.5547 0.6878 0.7377 0.7655 0.6656 0.7766 0.6323 0.6601 0.7433 0.6317 0.00 0.10 0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50 0.60 0.70 0.80 0.90 1.00 Strategic mgt Time mgt Cost mgt Quality mgt Risk mgt Environmental mgt Safety mgt Contractual mgt Collaboration Importance weight Mean weight
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87 Organisational Development Reward system Salary system Job security system Human resource development strategies and management system Job promotion system
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