2023 - Research.com Business and Management in United Kingdom Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in United Kingdom Leader Award
His main research concerns Knowledge management, Construction management, Marketing, Supply chain and Supply chain management. The Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Engineering ethics, Human resources, Project portfolio management, Project manager and Functional manager. His work carried out in the field of Human resources brings together such families of science as Ethos, Resource management and Human resource management.
His study looks at the relationship between Construction management and fields such as Procurement, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Marketing research includes themes of Vocational education, Order and Normative. His Supply chain study combines topics in areas such as Business process, Process, Organizational learning, Culture change and Bureaucracy.
His primary areas of study are Knowledge management, Public relations, Process, Process management and Marketing. His study in Knowledge management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Order, Project management, Construction management and Organizational culture. Much of his study explores Public relations relationship to Occupational safety and health.
His study in Quality extends to Process with its themes. Andrew R.J. Dainty works on Marketing which deals in particular with Supply chain. His Human resource management study frequently involves adjacent topics like Human resources.
Public relations, Occupational safety and health, Knowledge management, Corporate social responsibility and Construction management are his primary areas of study. In his study, Economic system is inextricably linked to Politics, which falls within the broad field of Public relations. His research investigates the connection between Occupational safety and health and topics such as Megaproject that intersect with problems in Data collection, Transformational leadership, Project management and Process management.
His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Order and Affect. Andrew R.J. Dainty has included themes like Absorptive capacity, Sensemaking and Certification in his Corporate social responsibility study. The concepts of his Construction management study are interwoven with issues in Building information modeling and Software deployment.
His main research concerns Public relations, Knowledge management, Occupational safety and health, Politics and Construction site safety. His Public relations study incorporates themes from Scale, Mandate, Phenomenon, Building information modeling and Scrutiny. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Phenomenon, focusing on Megaproject and, on occasion, Process.
His Process research focuses on Construction management and how it connects with Sociotechnical system. Andrew R.J. Dainty combines Knowledge management and Project based in his research. The various areas that he examines in his Occupational safety and health study include Tacit knowledge, Health care, Structured interview, Social environment and Qualitative research.
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The extent of team integration within construction projects
Bernard K. Baiden;Andrew D.F. Price;Andrew R.J. Dainty.
Communication in Construction: Theory and Practice
Andrew Dainty;David Moore;Michael Murray.
How Women Engineers Do and Undo Gender: Consequences for Gender Equality
Abigail Powell;Barbara Bagilhole;Andrew R.J. Dainty.
New perspectives on construction supply chain integration
Andrew R.J. Dainty;Sarah J. Millett;Geoffrey H. Briscoe.
Human Resource Management in Construction Projects: Strategic and Operational Approaches
Martin Loosemore;Andrew Dainty;Helen Lingard.
An Institutional Theory perspective on sustainable practices across the dairy supply chain
Jane Glover;Donna Champion;Kevin Daniels;Andrew R.J. Dainty.
Subcontractor perspectives on supply chain alliances
Andrew R. J. Dainty;Geoffrey H. Briscoe;Sarah J. Millett.
Construction supply chain integration: an elusive goal?
Geoffrey Briscoe;Andrew Dainty.
Employee perceptions of empowerment
Kay Greasley;Alan Bryman;Andrew R.J. Dainty;Andrew D.F. Price.
Methodological pluralism in construction management research
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