Brite report 2003
Manley, Karen (2003) Brite report 2003. CRC for Construction Innovation, Brisbane.
This is an internal report of the BRITE Project’s activities for 2003. The goal of the Project is to improve the incidence and quality of innovation in the Australian building and construction industry. The primary aim of the year’s work was to complete six case studies of innovation in the Australian building and construction industry. A secondary aim was to prepare for the Project’s innovation survey to be conducted in 2004. The case study program was undertaken to demonstrate the benefits of innovation and show how businesses successfully implement their innovations. The innovation survey is intended to run every 2nd year over the life of the CRC in order to benchmark innovation performance as a tool for public sector policy development and business strategy development. Appendix A contains a list of papers produced by the BRITE Project in 2003. The remainder of this report focuses on the case study program, which was successfully completed during 2003, with six booklets being produced.
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|Keywords:||CRC for Construction Innovation, Program A : Business and Industry Development , Project 2001-012-A : Innovation Potential, Directions and Implementation in the Building and Construction Product System|
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Past > Schools > School of Urban Development
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