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  • Project Management Journal

    How Digital Information Transforms Project Delivery Models member content locked

    By Whyte, Jennifer This study articulates how increasingly pervasive digital information transforms project delivery models. It builds on and extends the literature on innovation and knowledge codification, analyzing…

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    Determining Contingencies in the Management of Construction Projects member content locked

    By Ortiz, José I. | Pellicer, Eugenio | Molenaar, Keith R. This research describes the managerial approaches that contractors follow to determine different types of contingencies in construction project management. Two large Spanish general contractors were…

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    Collaborative Project Delivery Models and the Role of Routines in Institutionalizing Partnering member content locked

    By Bygballe, Lena E. | Swärd, Ann It is widely held that collaborative project delivery models, such as partnering, represent a key means of improving construction project performance. Institutionalizing these models in practice,…

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    Early Stages in the Institutionalization of Integrated Project Delivery member content locked

    By Hall, Daniel M. | Scott, W. Richard Integrated project delivery (IPD), an emerging form of project organization for North American construction projects, offers a compelling case study to understand how new innovative infrastructure…

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    Project system vulnerability to political risks in international construction projects member content locked

    By Deng, Xiaopeng | Pheng, Low Sui | Zhao, Xianbo This study aims to explore the variables affecting the project system vulnerability to political risks in international construction projects. A questionnaire survey was conducted and 138 responses…

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    Project manager profile characterization in the construction sector in Bogotá, Colombia member content locked

    By Giraldo González, Germán Eduardo | Pulido Casas, Gabriel Humberto | Leal Coronado, César Augusto Within the Colombian academic and entrepreneurial media, special importance is granted to education and training in the fields of project development and project management because of the clear…

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    Construction planning member content locked

    By Laufer, Alexander | Howell, Gregory A. The traditional paradigm for construction planning is based on 10 accepted ground rules. However, inherent in these rules are errors that make the paradigm unusable upon implementation by the…

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    An artificial intelligence approach to project planning under uncertainty member content locked

    By Kartam, Nabil | Levitt, Raymond E. Uncertainty and risk are inherent in construction projects. The SRI International's system for interactive planning and execution (SIPE) is a system to attempt to offer alternative plans for…

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    International competitiveness of U.S. construction firms member content locked

    By Yates, Janet K. The U.S. share of construction projects overseas has been decreasing over the past decade. The reasons most cited for the declining U.S. market share are the world economy, financing, government…

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    Project management oversight member content locked

    By Braz, Evandro F. Although construction project owners are the individuals responsible for the costs incurred from budget overruns, schedule delays, and quality shortcomings, these individuals often fail to control…

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