Routledge Handbook of Integrated Project Delivery (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
632
Utgivningsdatum
2019-08-09
Förlag
Routledge
Illustratör/Fotograf
black and white 47 Tables 65 Line drawings, black and white 12 Halftones black and white
Illustrationer
65 Line drawings, black and white; 12 Halftones, black and white; 47 Tables, black and white
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781138736689
Routledge Handbook of Integrated Project Delivery (inbunden)

Routledge Handbook of Integrated Project Delivery

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The concept of integrated project delivery (IPD) has evolved as a result of the need for highly expert teams of people to collaborate to deliver extremely complex projects, to manage expectations about delivery speed, changes in governance standards and to take advantage of and manage expectations raised by rapid advances in technology. All this demands effective change management. This is the first Handbook to contextualise and thematically explore the concept with an emphasis on rigorous practical and theoretical validation. The Handbook is divided into five sections, each with a focus on several interconnected themes including: An introduction to IPD concepts. The foundational elements and characteristics of IPD. People, culture and collaboration as key ingredients to successful and effective IPD. Technology and process aspects of relational contracting forms such as IPD. New and relevant perspectives to IPD that have received scant attention to date. Aspects and emerging issues that are rarely consciously considered in traditional project delivery due to the commercial imperative that drives firms and client organisations. The Handbook offers both discussions of these key themes, and also in-depth research into construction and other industry project procurement and delivery that spans decades. In addition, the Handbook presents 'best' and 'better' practice, but also includes insights into cutting-edge experimental developments in technology and practices where proof of concept is currently being developed into emerging practice. Contributing authors in this Handbook collaborate with the co-editors to draw together an integrated set of chapters that align to deliver a coherent narrative of the IPD concept. It is an invaluable reference for practitioners and academics alike, and useful as core course content for numerous degree programs of study and professional development courses.
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'In this new handbook Derek Walker and Steve Rowlinson provide an invaluable and comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of Integrated Project Delivery. Drawing on their own extensive experience, together with that of a stellar cast of expert co-authors, they examine the collaborative forms of delivery that can bring together people, processes, structures and practices to transform project delivery. This is a thought-provoking text that challenges industry practice as much as it describes it. It is essential reading for both students and exponents of contemporary forms of project delivery.' - Professor Andy Dainty, Dean of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering, Loughborough University, UK 'Integrated project delivery (IPD) is perhaps the latest nirvana of construction procurement. The term is celebrated globally as the enlightened way forward, and yet at the same time defies universal definition. This edited handbook brings badly needed precision to the shifting sands of the current debate. Derek Walker and Steve Rowlinson are hugely experienced authors with global connectivity. They have pulled together a rich tapestry of contributions which provides an essential benchmark for informed discussion.' - Stuart D. Green, Professor of Construction Management, University of Reading, UK

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Derek H. T. Walker is Emeritus Professor, RMIT University, School of Property, Construction and Project Management in Melbourne Australia. He has been actively publishing from his research work in this area. His first book in this area, specifically in the project procurement and delivery field, had its focus on research results from an extensive longitudinal study of the Australian National Museum project, which was a first for an Australian institutional building project alliance (Walker and Hampson, 2003). That book was followed by Procurement Systems - A Cross Industry Project Management Perspective (Walker and Rowlinson, 2008a). In 2015 he co-authored Collaborative Project Procurement Arrangements (Walker and Lloyd-Walker, 2015), which reported on a global study of alliancing and related similar project delivery forms. He has also collaborated with others writing many book chapters, journal and conference papers. He received the 2018 International Project Management Association research excellence award for lifetime achievement in project management. Steve Rowlinson is Chair Professor (Construction Project Management) at the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Architecture. He has been coordinator of the CIB W092 working commission on Procurement Systems since its inception in 1990 and has co-organised numerous conferences and symposia in this capacity. He has also been co-author on a number of books in this field, for example the seminal text Procurement Systems - A Guide to Best Practice in Construction (Rowlinson and McDermott, 1999), Procurement Systems - A Cross-Industry Project Management Perspective (Walker and Rowlinson, 2008a) and more recently New Forms Of Procurement: PPP and Relational Contracting in the 21st Century (Jefferies and Rowlinson, 2016). He has co-authored many book chapters, journal and conference papers.

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1 Introduction and Context Walker & Rowlinson 2 Characteristics of IPD: A Collaboration Framework Overview Derek H.T. Walker & Beverley Lloyd-Walker 3 The Global State of Play of IPD Derek Walker & Steve Rowlinson 4 Value from an IPD perspective Steve Rowlinson & Derek Walker 5 The Role of the Client Steve Rowlinson & Derek Walker 6 Thinking systemically to mobilise IPD capability Bronte van der Hoorn, Jonathan Whitty, and Derek Walker 7 Where is IPD coming from and where is it going to? Leins Wang and Steve Rowlinson 8 The role of IPD in facilitating design thinking and creativity Derek Walker & Steve Rowlinson 9 Foundational elements of the IPD Collaboration Framework Derek Walker, Beverley Lloyd-Walker 10 IPD from a culture perspective Derek Walker & Steve Rowlinson 11 Knowledge, Skills, Attributes and Experience (KSAE) for IPD-Alliancing task motivation Derek Walker and Beverley Lloyd-Walker 12 People, Careers and IPD Human Resource Management Beverley Lloyd-Walker, Lynn Crawford, Erica French and Derek H.T. Walker 13 IPD from a participant trust and commitment perspective Peter Davis, Derek Walker 14 IPD from a stakeholder perspective Kirsi Aaltonen, Martina Huemann, Christof Kier, Pernille Eskerod, and Derek Walker 15 Behavioural elements of the IPD Collaboration Framework Derek Walker, Beverley Lloyd-Walker 16 The new role for emerging digital technology to facilitate IPD and improve collaboration: a disruptive innovation perspective Newton, S., Lowe, R., Rowlinson, S. and Walker, D. H. T. 17 IPD from a Lean Supply Chain Management Perspective Derek Walker and Juri Matinheikki 18 IPD Facilitating Innovation Diffusion Peter E.D. Love and Derek H.T. Walker 19 IPD Governance Implications Bjorn Andersen, Ole Jonny Klakegg, Derek H.T. Walker 20 Information Management in the Built Environment Shoeb Ahmed Memon, Duzgun Agdas Marc Misca, Steve Rowlinson and Derek Walker 21 Processes and means elements of the IPD Collaboration Framework Derek Walker, Beverley Lloyd-Walker 22 Integrating Capital Project Delivery: An Activity Theory Based Approach Richard James Synott, Steve Rowlinson, Derek Walker 23 IPD from an Ethics Perspective Beverley-Lloyd Walker, Derek Walker 24 Design and Construction for Operability Brian Aitkin and Steve Rowlinson 25 IPD and safety management: a productive combination Steve Rowlinson 26 IPD Performance and Incentive Management Derek Walker and Steve Rowlinson 27 IPD and TOC Development Derek Walker and Alan McCann 28 An IPD approach to disaster recovery Erica Mulowayi and Derek Walker