7 edition of Knowledge Management in Construction found in the catalog.
May 1, 2005
by Blackwell Publishing Limited
Written in English
|Contributions||Ahmed Al-Ghassani (Contributor), Peter Demian (Contributor), Patrick S. W. Fong (Contributor), Chimay J. Anumba (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
knowledge management strategy for construction firms. Basic definitions of knowledge and knowledge management are provided. Insights from ongoing research are used to discuss the context for knowledge management in construction, and the role of information technology (IT) as an enabler for knowledge management. The concluding section of the paper. Knowledge management presents a new way of understanding organizations and companies, and is especially suited to sophisticated and highly technical firms and operations such as those in the construction industry. This new book draws on hard data from three separate research programs in Sweden and shows how the concept of knowledge can make.
This book demonstrates that innovative ideas are systematically constructed in the creative space spanned by the dimensions of systems thinking and knowledge management. Readers will be introduced to this proposition in the final chapter, after learning about the key innovation theories, design thinking, systems thinking, and idea creation. This comprehensive guide will help you build, plan, and manage your knowledge management system. It will also cover examples, benefits, challenges, tips, and software options. Feel free to treat it like a choose-your-own-adventure guide and jump to .
knowledge-based economy with knowledge management, from the macro to the micro. Remember that, as suggested above, knowledge grows when you share it. However, in traditional economic and management thinking, ‘sharing’ means a loss in value and utility. This is not the case in knowledge-intensive activities. Berkun spent over a decade as a PM for big tech companies and draws on his extensive experience throughout the book. The page book is definitely comprehensive and provides advice for every step of the project management process. Although it draws on many complicated theories, the book is written in a style that is easy and approachable.
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This book brings together 13 contributors from research and industry to show how managing construction knowledge can bring real benefits to organisations and projects. It covers a wide range of issues, from basic definitions and fundamental concepts, to the role of information technology, and engendering a knowledge sharing culture.3/5(1).
This book brings together 13 contributors from research and industry to show how managing construction knowledge can bring real benefits to organisations and projects. It covers a wide range of issues, from basic definitions and fundamental concepts, to the role of information technology, and engendering a knowledge sharing culture.
* The first research book to apply knowledge management to construction * Brings together original contributions from well-known researchers from academia and industry * Provides guidance on the use of appropriate strategies, techniques and technologies. This book builds on both my report and Sir John Egan’s by seeking to introduce the key elements of knowledge management to the construction industry.
The authors cover a wide range of issues – from basic deﬁni-tions and fundamental concepts, to the role of. Now, though, the industry is adapting concepts of knowledge management to improve the situation. This book brings together 13 contributors from research and industry to show how managing.
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Knowledge Management in Construction Projects: A Way Forward in Dealing with Tacit Knowledge: /ch Knowledge is now becoming the most valuable asset of the construction organisations to gain competitive advantages by improving quality while reducing cost.
The body of knowledge summarizes the construction project management steps and implementation techniques into construction project management methods. These methods will steer the thinking logic of construction project management personnel to be active and helpful and this will have a positive affect on the enforcement and execution of Reviews: 1.
Knowledge Management (KM): oThis section introduces the reader to the meaning of Knowledge Management and Knowledge Management Systems addressed under the current research.
Research Lines: oThis section identifies and describes research efforts in the area of KM within the different domains of the construction industry. R Discussion.
The CPM method, or Critical Path Method, is a gold-standard for serious construction management professionals. This textbook guides you through all of the necessary steps, using an example highway bridge construction project and additional case studies, and teaches you how to understand the method inside and out.
Knowledge Management in the Construction Industry: A Socio-Technical Perspective presents a portfolio of concepts, methods, models, and tools supported by real life case studies from various corners of the globe providing insights into the management of knowledge in the construction industry.
Untangling the hype from the. Knowledge Management focuses, most of all, on knowledge processes. In knowledge management, as scholarly discipline, knowledge sharing and creation are the foundation knowledge management.
Download Construction Management Books – We have compiled a list of Best & Standard Reference Books on Construction Management Subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. This is a book that deals with a very specific part of knowledge management (KM), namely knowledge retention (KR).
KR is a discipline concerned with the managerial initiatives focused on assessing and retaining the most critical knowledge within the firm, particularly when faced with the potential loss of employees, e.g.
due to retirement. This book deals with some topics and tools of the large field of project management. This book is dedicated mainly to undergraduate engineering students, especially Civil Engineering students where most of the applications are presented in the civil engineering field.
It provides the reader with the main knowledge to manage a construction project. Get this from a library. Knowledge management in construction. [C J Anumba; Charles O Egbu; Patricia M Carrillo;] -- "This book brings together 13 contributors from research and industry to show how managing construction knowledge can bring real benefits to organisations and projects.
It covers a wide range of. Construction Extension to the PMBOK ® Guide (). A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) provides generalized project management guidance applicable to most projects most of the time.
In order to apply this generalized guidance to construction projects, the Project Management Institute has developed the Construction Extension to the. History of Knowledge Management 12 From Physical Assets to Knowledge Assets 16 Organizational Perspectives on Knowledge Management 17 Why Is KM Important Today.
18 KM for Individuals, Communities, and Organizations 20 Key Points 21 Discussion Points 21 References 22 2 THE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT CYCLE 25 Learning. Construction Knowledge management (KM) is currently recognized as a serious business drawback, and intellectual assets play a vital role in gaining a competitive advantage.
within the field of design, style and construction (AEC), wherever the requirement for innovation and up business potency needs the implementation and economical use of project information, the. The Capstone is intended to provide a basic understanding of construction management and the role of the construction manager (CM).
It is divided into the following chapters: 1. Owners and Project Types – An introduction to project owners (those who. The Fundamentals of Construction Management is an important book invaluable to those who require knowledge on managing the construction process.
The book is based on research, contemporary construction management and management literature, and the personal work experience of the author.This book is written to illustrate that innovative ideas are systematically constructed in the creative space spanned by the dimensions of systems thinking and knowledge management.
Readers can learn the innovation theories, design thinking, systems thinking, and Brand: Springer Singapore.construction problems and techniques from one sort of building material to other.
It also provides one on one techniques and methods which are very handy while supervision in the construction process and doing the accurate management of the team and ensuring the perfect resource allocation and doing the crashing as needed.