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Extraction of the Key Performance Indicators of Construction Management Using Balanced Score Card
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Extraction of the Key Performance Indicators of Construction Management Using Balanced Score Card
Lim, Wooseok; Jung, Jihyun; Lee, Hakki;
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 Abstract
Enterprises should set up realizable goals and continually control the goals from apprehending whether they can be realized or not so that the enterprises grow consistently. Furthermore, from supplementing parts to be improved, goals are reset and the result should be controlled in order to fit to them. Lately, a lot of discussions about the results of organizations, projects, and companies are being realized in construction field. Particularly, in construction management, effective and professional control activities throughout the life cycle of facilities as well as the stage of business implementation of construction work are needed. About the result measurement of the construction management, lots of most domestic researches stay in the level of establishing basic concepts. Also, since characteristics of the construction field and the construction management were not reflected properly, it is in a situation that the result control system is not applied to on-site real works. Hence, this study intends to suggest fundamental data for measuring objective results from extracting result areas and key performance indicators of the construction management using Balanced Score Card.
 Keywords
Balanced Score Card;Key Performance Indicators;CM;
 Language
Korean
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