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Type: Conference paper
Title: Building surveying: a sustainable profession or a passing fad?
Author: Zillante, G.
Citation: 2008 AIBS South Australian Conference - Climate Change: Engaging the elements, 2008 / pp.91-119
Publisher: Australian Institute of Building Surveyors
Publisher Place: Australia
Issue Date: 2008
ISBN: 9781920927813
Conference Name: Australian Institute of Building Surveyors State Conference (2008 : Nuriootpa, South Australia)
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George Zillante
Abstract: Building Surveying in Australia, through its professional Body the AIBS is in a state of flux. The demands being imposed on the AIBS by the new and developing specialist areas of building surveying, the consistent government interference and the conservative nature of its membership is making the organisation resistant to change and hampering its development. If the organisation is to survive it will need to lose its conservative shackles and be more proactive in embracing change. This paper uses a case study approach to develop the ingredients for success that the AIBS can use to improve its performance and relevance and lead to a sustainable profession.
Keywords: Building Surveying
Australian Institute of Building Surveyors
Change Management
Resistance to change
Ingredients for success
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