His primary areas of study are Public relations, Project management, Construction industry, Management science and Knowledge management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Project success and Action. His research integrates issues of General partnership, Contract management and Process in his study of Project management.
His research in Management science intersects with topics in Procurement, Analytic hierarchy process, Operations research and Delphi method. Sai On Cheung has researched Knowledge management in several fields, including Structural equation modeling, Task, Construction management and Project manager. His study looks at the relationship between Structural equation modeling and topics such as Questionnaire, which overlap with Operations management.
Sai On Cheung mainly focuses on Dispute resolution, Knowledge management, Negotiation, Public relations and Operations management. The Dispute resolution study combines topics in areas such as Mediation and Law and economics. The concepts of his Knowledge management study are interwoven with issues in Structural equation modeling, Organizational culture, Questionnaire and Process.
His work in Negotiation addresses issues such as Operations research, which are connected to fields such as Artificial neural network. His Operations management study combines topics in areas such as Adversarial system and Construction management. Sai On Cheung works mostly in the field of Construction management, limiting it down to concerns involving Project management and, occasionally, Engineering management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Dispute resolution, Law, Law and economics, Alternative dispute resolution and Negotiation. His Dispute resolution study incorporates themes from Obligation and Cognitive psychology. His Alternative dispute resolution research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Theory of planned behavior, Selection, Adjudication and Mechanism.
His work deals with themes such as Liability, Debiasing, Moderation, Aggression and Flexibility, which intersect with Negotiation. His study in Creativity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Process and Knowledge management. His work investigates the relationship between Knowledge management and topics such as Operations management that intersect with problems in Process management.
Selection, Alternative dispute resolution, Construction industry, Competition and Dispute resolution are his primary areas of study. His biological study deals with issues like Theory of planned behavior, which deal with fields such as Risk analysis. His Competition research includes themes of Index, Industrial organization, Inflation and China.
His studies deal with areas such as Marketing, Joint, Affect and Finance as well as Inflation. His study looks at the intersection of Dispute resolution and topics like Process management with Operations management. His Operations management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Knowledge management and Citation.
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Application of Delphi method in selection of procurement systems for construction projects
Albert P. C. Chan;Esther H. K. Yung;Patrick T. I. Lam;C. M. Tam.
PPMS: a Web-based construction Project Performance Monitoring System
Sai On Cheung;Henry C.H. Suen;Kevin K.W. Cheung.
Behavioral aspects in construction partnering
Sai-On Cheung;Thomas S.T Ng;Shek-Pui Wong;Henry C.H Suen.
Structural Equation Model of Trust and Partnering Success
Peter Shek Pui Wong;Sai On Cheung.
A framework for trust in construction contracting
Wei Kei Wong;Sai On Cheung;Tak Wing Yiu;Hoi Yan Pang.
Effective partnering tools in construction: a case study on MTRC TKE contract 604 in Hong Kong
Roger Bayliss;Sai-On Cheung;Henry C.H Suen;Shek-Pui Wong.
An analytical hierarchy process based procurement selection method
Sai-On Cheung;Tsun-Ip Lam;Mei-Yung Leung;Yue-Wang Wan.
Towards an organizational culture framework in construction
Sai On Cheung;Peter S.P. Wong;Ada W.Y. Wu.
Trust in construction partnering: views from parties of the partnering dance
Peter Shek-Pui Wong;Sai-On Cheung.
Interweaving Trust and Communication for Project Performance
Sai On Cheung;Tak Wing Yiu.
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