Human Dynamics

In Construction Risk Management The Key to Success or Failure

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Review by Claire Bursnoll CEng MICE, Senior Lecturer in Construction Management, Kingston University, London

March 31, 2016

I came across this title when I was preparing material for an MSC...

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Matthew Bell, Senior Lecturer, Melbourne University School of Construction Law

October 17, 2015

“This book gives construction industry professionals, including lawyers, interesting and valuable insights into...

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Book review by Professor Rudi Klein, President of the NEC Users’ Group

September 7, 2015

“Human Dynamics in Construction Risk Management should be essential reading for all NEC...

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ResoLex RADAR Appointment

April 30, 2015

Charles O’Neil has been appointed as a Panel Member to ResoLex RADAR, in...

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Stanford University

April 22, 2015

Charles O’Neil and John McArthur (author of Chapter 19) were honoured to be...

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Book Endorsement: Tony Llewellyn, Project Team Coaching

January 28, 2015

“Charles and his co-authors have picked up on the behavioural issues that create...

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The ACICA Review December 2014 Issues Book Review

January 16, 2015

In the December 2014 issue of The ACICA Review, Charles O’Neil’s book “Human...

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An Extract from Dr Peter Hansford’s Foreword

January 16, 2015

The foreword of the book “Human Dynamics in Construction Risk Management” is written...

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The ACICA Review December 2014 Issues Book Review

January 16, 2015

The Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration

The cover of The ACICA Review December 2014 issue_review_cover_dec2014 In the December 2014 issue of The ACICA Review, Charles O’Neil’s book “Human Dynamics in Construction Risk Management” is reviewed on page 9.

An extract of that review reads:


“A common factor in construction risk management is human dynamics and this book explores how and why people are the problem in many instances, not a lack of effective risk management systems.

The book contains more than 50 project case studies, ‘human’ management situations and online links to public information on projects around the world that have run into trouble.

Charles O’Neil and the 12 contributing authors have called on their wealth of experience ………… to analyse the positive and negative human dynamics of construction risk management and from this provide recommendations and solutions to prevent disasters and create success”