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Perceptions of process quality in building projects
(American Society of Civil Engineers, 1999-03)
A Delphi process and a questionnaire survey are conducted to investigate the differences in the perceptions of entry-level professionals and long-time practitioners with regard to process quality in building projects. The ...
Evaluating the knowledge management practices of construction firms by using importance-comparative performance analysis maps
(American Society of Civil Engineers, 2011-12)
The emergence of the effective management of knowledge resources as a key factor in gaining and sustaining competitive advantage presents new challenges to construction firms. Evaluating knowledge management practices is ...
Non-verbal cues: Improving communication in construction projects
(American Society for Engineering Education, 2012)
Construction industry is a dynamic, project based industry in where many problems occur due to communication issues. As it is proven that effective communication and conflict resolution abilities have a strong correlation ...
Changing paradigms in construction competitiveness research
(Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 2014)
In the construction industry, every company has to apply some kind of strategic solutions in order to maintain their competitiveness. Although there are variety of discussions of what is the meaning of 'competitiveness' ...
A diagnostic model for assessing the knowledge management practices of construction firms
Knowledge management is rapidly becoming a key organizational capability for creating competitive advantage in the construction industry. The emergence of knowledge management as a key organizational capability for creating ...