His scientific interests lie mostly in Construction industry, Operations management, Construction site safety, Construction management and Finance. Steve Rowlinson combines subjects such as Safety culture, Field and Applied psychology with his study of Operations management. His research investigates the connection with Construction management and areas like Process management which intersect with concerns in Lean manufacturing, Benchmarking and Supply chain.
His research integrates issues of Private sector, Public sector and Critical success factor in his study of Finance. He incorporates Budget constraint and Procurement in his research. His Procurement research incorporates elements of Risk management and Engineering management.
His primary areas of study are Knowledge management, Procurement, Engineering management, Construction industry and Public relations. His Knowledge management study incorporates themes from Project management, Process and Empowerment. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Value and Industrial organization.
His studies deal with areas such as Integrated project delivery and Engineering ethics as well as Engineering management. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Order and Customer relationship management. His Operations management research includes themes of Supply chain and Process management.
Steve Rowlinson spends much of his time researching Context, Project management, Public relations, Process management and Workforce. His work deals with themes such as Procurement, Corporate governance, Digital economy and Knowledge management, which intersect with Project management. Steve Rowlinson has researched Procurement in several fields, including Dynamic capabilities, Data science and Set.
His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stakeholder engagement and Adaptation. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Supply chain, Knowledge transfer, Management system and Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory. The concepts of his Workforce study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Promotion and Scale.
Steve Rowlinson focuses on Industrial organization, Context, Structural equation modeling, Public relations and Engineering management. His work carried out in the field of Industrial organization brings together such families of science as Coase theorem, Transaction cost and Eclectic paradigm, Multinational corporation. His study on Context is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Knowledge management, Conceptual model, Transformative learning, Cooperative learning and Discovery learning.
His Structural equation modeling investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Mediation, Facet, Confirmatory factor analysis, Intellectual capital and Human capital. His Public relations research incorporates themes from Institutional theory and Turnover. His work in Engineering management is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Integrated project delivery.
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Critical success factors of the BOOT procurement system: reflections from the Stadium Australia case study
Marcus Jefferies;Rod Gameson;Steve Rowlinson.
Safety behaviour and safety management: its influence on the attitudes of workers in the UK construction industry
D. Langford;S. Rowlinson;E. Sawacha.
Behavior-based safety management in Hong Kong's construction industry
Helen Lingard;Steve Rowlinson.
Bridging BIM and building: From a literature review to an integrated conceptual framework
Ke Chen;Weisheng Lu;Yi Peng;Yi Peng;Steve Rowlinson.
Management of climatic heat stress risk in construction: A review of practices, methodologies, and future research
Steve Rowlinson;Andrea YunyanJia;Baizhan Li;Carrie ChuanjingJu.
How important is cooperation to construction project success? A grounded empirical quantification
Florence T.T. Phua;Steve Rowlinson.
Procurement Systems: A Guide to Best Practice in Construction
Steve Rowlinson;Peter McDermott.
Capturing Safety Knowledge Using Design-for-Safety-Process Tool
B. H. W. Hadikusumo;Steve Rowlinson.
Integration of virtually real construction model and design-for-safety-process database
B.H.W Hadikusumo;Steve Rowlinson.
Interpersonal trust and inter‐firm trust in construction projects
Ellen Lau;Steve Rowlinson.
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