Concept and Application of UCINET Software to Study Network Relationship in Construction Projects
Boonyanan, A., Robinson, H., Naoum, S. and Fong, D. (2012). Concept and Application of UCINET Software to Study Network Relationship in Construction Projects. Built Environment Research Associates Conference III. Bangkok, Thailand 25 - 25 May 2012 Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University.
|Boonyanan, A., Robinson, H., Naoum, S. and Fong, D.
As extensively recognised in the reviewed literature, the fragmentation of the project development team and the multi-stage project development process are two underlying factors that significantly affect the construction industry’s unsatisfactory performance and competitiveness. The addressed problems are potentially solved by strong network relationship and effective knowledge management at the pre-design appraisal development stage. This paper focuses on the concept and application of UCINET social network software to study quantitative network relationships among appraisal development team members in selected OTL commercial residential projects in Bangkok, Thailand. Key network characteristics like network density, reciprocity, reachability, geodesic distance as well as personal and subgroup characteristics such as degree centrality, network centralisation, clustering coefficients, cliques, ego network and brokerage can be used to improve project development performance and the industry’s competitiveness based on more
|Construction Industry, Project Development Performance, Network Relationship Characteristics
|Proceedings of Built Environment Research Associates Conference III
|Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University
|Web address (URL)
|Accepted author manuscript
Concept and Application of UCINET Software to Study Network Relationship in Construction Projects.pdf
File Access Level
|Publication process dates
|04 Apr 2023
|Web address (URL) of conference proceedings
5views this month
0downloads this month