Benchmarking for Construction Management Process Reengineering

  title={Benchmarking for Construction Management Process Reengineering},
  author={Min-Yuan Cheng and Ming-Hsiu Tsai and Wiraputra Sutan},
Benchmarking philosophy was applied to construction management process reengineering so that process managers can reengineer processes by learning the best-practice company’s process. For this purpose, this paper addressed the process adaptability evaluation method to assist managers determining the best-to-learn process from the best-practice companies. By using the proposed method, the Adaptability Index (AI) can be calculated to represent the acceptance degree of each best-practice process… 

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