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A Study on the CM at Risk Business Model using Business Model Canvas
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the CM at Risk Business Model using Business Model Canvas
Park, Kyungmo;
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 Abstract
The domestic market of CM at Risk has not been activated yet. It was analyzed duo to the fact that construction owners didn`t have confidence in CM at Risk, because of the concerns regarding CM firms reliability, service, specialty, system and feasibility. Therefore, this study analyzed the problems to find the reason for declines in orders through a business diagnosis based on the Business Model Canvas(BMC) and set up the direction of business model improvement with one on one expert interviews. Additionally, we suggested the sub-activities for the business model improvements of CM at Risk service that are divided into 9 building blocks. Through this method, we determined that we would need preceding innovation activities such as good communication with customers, reinforcement of subcontract and excellence in project operations to convert the successful practice and settlement of the CM business model based in BMC. It is expected that the business model suggested from this study would contribute to improvement of CM at Risk competition and the differentiation strategy when compared with other firms. Also, it would be used a basis data to develop CM at Risk business model in the future.
 Keywords
CM at Risk;Business Model Canvas;CM at Risk Business Model;
 Language
Korean
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