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Development of Standard Systems through Analysis of Business Process the Risk Factors for the Korean Construction Management Firms
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 Title & Authors
Development of Standard Systems through Analysis of Business Process the Risk Factors for the Korean Construction Management Firms
Park, Kyungmo; Kim, Changduk;
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 Abstract
Construction management firms in Korea have mainly focused on the key management areas of time, cost, quality and safety management in line with a rapid change of construction industry recently. However, a risk management is considered comparatively less important found from our research on an investment by the firms for training, system establishment. This has been identified that the construction management firms have taken an approach of dealing with risks with their experience, insight rather than managing risks with a systemized principles or proper tools. Therefore, the current system for risk management was identified by analyzing risk factors and work process in this research and systemized process for risk management of the identified risk factors was suggested. This research is expected to be a basis on establishing standard gudiance for risk management and risk management tools.
 Keywords
Risk;Risk Factors;AHP;Business Process;BPMN;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
Project Risk Factors Facing Construction Management Firms, International Journal of Civil Engineering, 2017  crossref(new windwow)
2.
The Maintenance Process Model using BPMN Method in Public Rental Housing, Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society, 2016, 17, 4, 743  crossref(new windwow)
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