An organisationas competitive advantage lies in the knowledge of its employees and the organisationas ability to harness that knowledge to meet business objectives. Knowledge management is recognised in the construction industry as a potential tool for providing organisational benefits, but for a number of reasons a particularly the project based nature of construction, where teams are transient, multidisciplinary and often from different organisations a implementation has been only marginally successful. Capture and Reuse of Project Knowledge in Construction describes a methodology for the 'live' capture of reusable project knowledge that reflects both the organisational and human dimensions of knowledge capture and reuse, as well as exploiting the benefits of technology. This methodology was developed in response to the shortcomings of current practices in managing project knowledge, the benefits offered by capturing and sharing knowledge immediately after it is generated, and the organisational benefit of reusing knowledge within a project based environment.Prior to joining UTAR, he worked as a research associate for an EPSRC-funded knowledge management research project ... Chika Udeaja graduated as a Civil Engineer and worked briefly as a site engineer and as a design engineer before anbsp;...
|Title||:||Capture and Reuse of Project Knowledge in Construction|
|Author||:||Hai Chen Tan, Chimay J. Anumba, Patricia M. Carrillo, Dino Bouchlaghem, John Kamara, Chika Udeaja|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-12-09|