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Construction management process reengineering: Organizational human resource planning for multiple projects

M.-Y. C, M.-H. T, Z.-W. X...(+3 more)

Automation in Construction, vol. 15, issue 6 (2006) pp. 785-799

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Abstract

Applying the business process reengineering and organization planning philosophy, this study focuses on human resource planning in construction management process reengineering (CMPR) to develop a team-based human resource planning (THRP) method for deploying laborpower. The THRP method has two purposes; the first is to determine the maximum loading of projects the original laborpower can carry, and the second is to identify the range of laborpower required for expected project loadings in the future. The THRP method includes four phases, namely, process reengineering, data preparing, human resource allocation, and simulation. Using the THRP method, a construction company cannot only design a team-based organizational structure, but also allocate human resources based on cross-functional processes. Moreover, human resource utilizations before and after CMPR can be compared to evaluate savings attributable to the CMPR. As a consequence, optimum laborpower can be assessed, and human resources allocated to fit the changing processes and circumstances of a construction company's growing business. © 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Computer simulation; Data processing; Personnel; P
  • Construction management process reengineering(CMP
  • Process engineering

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