Title of article :
When will we learn? Improving lessons learned practice in construction
Carrillo، نويسنده , , Patricia and Ruikar، نويسنده , , Kirti and Fuller، نويسنده , , Paul، نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
ماهنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2013
m of the research is to improve lessons learned practices within construction contractor organisations. This will result in contractorsʹ project teams having access to the most relevant lessons at the most appropriate time, in the most appropriate format.
search was based on the responses of 41 large UK contractor organisations to a questionnaire survey, detailed interviews with nine companies and three focus groups. The respondents were senior and middle managers variously involved in business improvement, knowledge management, and technical services.
estionnaire survey identified methods, tools and processes used to collect lessons learned. The interviews and the focus groups uncovered the diverging requirements of corporate vs. site-based staff. The data contributed to the development of a project learning model and a conceptual model from which a Project Learning Roadmap was derived to support business leaders to improve their project lessons learned processes. This will enable organisations to develop individual solutions tailored to stakeholdersʹ needs.
Knowledge , Lessons learned , Contractors , roadmap , construction
Journal title :
International Journal of Project Management