Construction projects immediate health check : a CSF & KPI approach

Mian, D , Humphreys, M, & Sidwell, A (2004) Construction projects immediate health check : a CSF & KPI approach. In Project Management Australia Conference (PMOZ), Projects Powering the Economy, 12–13 August, 2004, Melbourne, Australia.

Abstract

Many factors have the potential to influence human health. These factors need to be monitored to maintain health. As is the case with human health, construction projects have a number of critical factors that can facilitate a broad evaluation of project health. In order to use these factors as an indication of health, they need to be assessed. This assessment can help to achieve desired outcomes for the project. This paper discusses the approach of assessing Critical Success Factors (CSFs) using Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to ascertain the immediate health of a construction project. This approach is applicable to all phases of construction projects and many construction procurement methods. KPIs have been benchmarked on the basis of industry standards and historical data. The robustness of the KPIs to assess the immediate health of a project has been validated using Australian and international case studies.

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ID Code: 27385
Item Type: Conference Paper
Refereed: Yes
Keywords: CRC for Construction Innovation, Program C : Delivery Management of Built Assets , Project 2002-052-C : Value in Project Delivery Systems – Project Diagnostics
Divisions: Past > QUT Faculties & Divisions > Faculty of Built Environment and Engineering
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