A novel multi-agent conceptual framework for stakeholder management in infrastructure projects

Chong, Heap-Yih, Hu, Xin and Wang, Xiangyu 2018, A novel multi-agent conceptual framework for stakeholder management in infrastructure projects, in SIPS2018 : Proceedings of the 2018 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit, FLOGEN Stars Outreach, Mount-Royal, Qc..


Title A novel multi-agent conceptual framework for stakeholder management in infrastructure projects
Author(s) Chong, Heap-Yih
Hu, XinORCID iD for Hu, Xin orcid.org/0000-0003-3534-2855
Wang, Xiangyu
Conference name Sustainable Industrial Processing. Summit (2018 : Rio De Janeiro, Brazil)
Conference location Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Conference dates 2018/11/04 - 2018/11/07
Title of proceedings SIPS2018 : Proceedings of the 2018 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit
Editor(s) Kongoli, F
Wang, Z
Okura, T
Souza, E
Silva, AC
Publication date 2018
Series Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit
Publisher FLOGEN Stars Outreach
Place of publication Mount-Royal, Qc.
Keyword(s) Development
Environment
Industry
Management
Technology
Summary Off-site manufacturing (OSM) has been confirmed as an efficient production approach in the construction industry, benefiting the industry stakeholders in many ways, such as the improved sustainability and productivity [1]. A variety of stakeholders are involved into the development of an OSM project [2], and the successful project implementation requires a highly integrated level of collaboration among the stakeholders [3]. However, limited studies are available to explore this important issue. Therefore, this discussion paper aims to develop a novel multi-agent conceptual framework to facilitate the management of OSM stakeholders. An integrative review method was adopted to achieve the aim. The proposed framework will enrich the current understanding of stakeholder management in OSM projects and promote a new collaborative working platform in a large scale social environment. It also promotes the establishment of the theoretical foundation of collaborative planning in infrastructure projects.
ISBN 978-1-987820-94-2
ISSN 2291-1227
Language eng
Indigenous content off
HERDC Research category E1.1 Full written paper - refereed
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30148451

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