Resourcing the Canterbury Rebuild: Changes and Emerging Themes (2012)
Type of ContentDiscussion / Working Papers
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering
The second quarter of 2012 has seen a clearer plan for the recovery of Christchurch over the next few years. The targeted Government’s agenda involves a $5.5 billion 2012 Government Budget 1 and the creation of a new Christchurch Central Development Unit2 to lead the rebuild of Christchurch Central. This in turn enables the organisations involved in the rebuilding of Christchurch to start finding efficiencies as part of their resourcing plans
CitationChang-Richards, A. Y., Wilkinson, S., Seville, E. (2012) Resourcing the Canterbury Rebuild: Changes and Emerging Themes. Resilient Organisations. 11pp..
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ANZSRC Fields of Research12 - Built Environment and Design::1202 - Building::120201 - Building Construction Management and Project Planning
15 - Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services::1503 - Business and Management::150305 - Human Resources Management
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