Browsing by Author "Dignan, Michael"
Enhancing B2Com relationship quality: a research study investigating the oil producing company to host community relationship in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Osobajo, Oluyomi Abayomi (Robert Gordon University Aberdeen Business School, 2017-03-01)OSOBAJO, O.A. 2017. Enhancing B2Com relationship quality: a research study investigating the oil producing company to host community relationship in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.The rapid and continuous deterioration of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria in the last four decades has been a major source of concern for the government and practitioners. Hence, the region has been the subject of ...
Improving collaboration between academia and industry through use of the knowledge transfer partnership. MacBeath, Finlay; Dignan, Michael (University of Moratuwa http://dl.lib.mrt.ac.lk/handle/123/12015/, 2016-07-29)MACBEATH, F. and DIGNAN, M. 2016. Improving collaboration between academia and industry through use of the knowledge transfer partnership. In Proceedings of the 5th world construction symposium 2016: greening environment, eco innovations and entrepreneurship, 29-31 July 2016, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Moratuwa, Sri Lanka: University of Moratuwa [online]. Available from: http://dl.lib.mrt.ac.lk/handle/123/12015/Collaboration between the construction industry and academia has always been difficult. Both sides of the equation have different wants, needs and requirements and these are seemingly at odds with each other. However, it ...
Dignan, Michael (RICS http://www.rics.org/uk/news/journals/building-surveying-journal/building-surveying-journal-octobernovember-2016/, 2016-09-12)DIGNAN, M. 2016. Thermal upgrading. Building surveying journal [online], Oct/Nov 2016, pages 10-11. Available from: http://www.rics.org/uk/news/journals/building-surveying-journal/building-surveying-journal-octobernovember-2016/The author looks at how the non-standard construction characteristics of a Scottish housing association's properties pose challenges for refurbishment.