||Effectively managing the construction network: the enabling role of IT
||Grilo1 A, Betts M, Clark A, Mateus M
||The aim of this paper is to give new insights to researchers that are working onCIC. It stresses that if we only pursuit fill construction information integrationand automation we will miss a great opportuniiry to radicalIy improve theconstruction process. The paper claims that the efective management of theinterdependence of the construction process will require that constructioncompanies reengineer their business processes and networks in -order to form IT-enabled networked firms and that pointing towards CIC we should consider threedifferent levels: industry; inter-organistional; and within companies.
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Grilo1 A, Betts M, Clark A, Mateus M (1995).
Effectively managing the construction network: the enabling role of IT. Fischer M A, Law K H, Luiten B(ed.); Modelling of buildings through their life-cycle; Stanford, August 1995 (ISSN: 2706-6568),