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Collaboration and Integration in Project-Based Supply Chains in the Construction Industry. / Koolwijk, Jelle; van Oel, Clarine; Wamelink, Hans; Vrijhoef, Ruben.

In: Journal of Management in Engineering, Vol. 34, No. 3, 04018001, 17.01.2018.

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title = "Collaboration and Integration in Project-Based Supply Chains in the Construction Industry",
abstract = "his study investigates whether integrative and collaborative practices of the construction industry can be exclusively attributed to integrated project-delivery methods or whether traditional project-delivery methods also foster integration within project-based design teams. Project managers assessed team collaboration and the integration of teams into 46 construction industry projects in The Netherlands. Explanatory factor analysis (EFA) was used to identify the components that explained collaboration and integration within project design teams. Using analysis of variance of factor scores, the main finding of the study was that, in the construction industry, collaboration is an independent component in integrative and collaborative practices that can be reliably assessed in research. Furthermore, this study provides evidence suggesting that both traditional and integrated project-delivery methods might lead to collaboration over time. The third finding is that different project-delivery methods were not significantly different in terms of the dimensions of integration and collaboration, except in the component of inclusive decision making within the building team and for strategic partnering. The findings suggest that relying on the type of project-delivery method is not sufficient for managers communicating about the level of supply chain integration and collaboration.",
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