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Efficient management in the construction industry under the current market

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The construction industries accounts for large share of the Poland’s value of the economy. Purpose of the article is analysis based on data report prepared by Europe Leasing Found edited by J. Gudowskiej-Pohling - Construction of the future under the microscope, possibilities of better management of a construction company. Globalization, turbulent surroundings require better and flexible management adapted to particular circumstances. Growing demand for professionals and qualified employees in the construction industry prompts to focus on the methodology of management and having right competences by superiors. The right motivation and social attitude is important. This article presents forecasts of changes in the construction market and indicates possible tools to change the unfavorable trend. Human resources are the largest capital of any enterprise. Its efficient use ensures a good position in the economic market.
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, 69 Dabrowskiego Str., 42-200 Czestochowa, Poland
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