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Paper w78_2007_101:
Configurable knowledge-based risk management process model within the general construction project process model

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Wael Sharmak, Raimar J. Scherer, Peter Katranuschkov

Configurable knowledge-based risk management process model within the general construction project process model

Abstract:Risk management in the construction industry is becoming increasingly important to help projects reach their objectives within the planned schedule and costs and without endangering other key performance indicators. However, it is becoming also more complicated because of the use of multiple technologies and the participation of different specialists from different branches. Therefore, a general method enabling the tackling of the Risk Management Process within the whole construction project process is needed. This paper presents a systematic approach for the description of the Risk Management Process based on the ARIS methodology “Architecture of Integrated Information Systems”. The Risk Management Process is sub-structured into three orthogonal views, namely, Organizational, Func-tional and Data, which are inter-linked in an integrative process model using the extended Event Driven Process Chains approach. As risk is an uncertain event that may occur or not, a specific feature of the developed approach is the use of configurable risk treatment templates. Applying one of the Architectures of Collaborative Scenarios, coop-erative risk management enabled by configurable risk treatment templates can be efficiently achieved.

Keywords:process modeling, risk management, configuration management, eEPC, ARIS

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