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de Nie, Robert (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the construction industry in the Netherlands as projects came to a stop and project teams struggled to collaborate remotely. To cope with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and consequential virtual work environment, it is crucial to have effectively collaborating design teams. A renown contributor to team...
master thesis 2022
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VED, VRAJESH (author)
Researchers in the past have shown that communication is integral to successful results in a project's design phase. This is said so as there are multiple professionals from diverse backgrounds who come together to prepare a project's design. Consequently, communication between these professionals becomes a key component as it is the way they...
master thesis 2021
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Elbo, G. (author)
In recent years, design has become a crucial component of corporate innovation. Large corporations such as Deloitte have implemented design capabilities as a method to enhance employee experience, achieve innovation and maintain a competitive advantage. This research aims to demonstrate how design can perform as a catalyst of innovation within a...
master thesis 2020
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Alleblas, J. (author), Lecuna, Alejandro (author)
This paper looks at the positive effects of partial status anonymity in face-to-face co-creation workshops. Results suggest that especially during the early phases of co-creation, i.e. idea generation, participants experience more freedom to express themselves without self-imposed barriers. We observed positive effects in terms of (1) lowering...
conference paper 2020
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Knudsen, L.S. (author), Haase, L.M. (author), Gonçalves, M. (author)
A design rationale is a representation of the reasoning behind a design concept, explaining why the solution is designed the way it is. This makes design rationale a critical part of concept development. However, there is little exploration on how to build a design rationale. This study sheds light on professional designers’ reasoning in...
conference paper 2020
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Rao, Vivek (author), Kim, E.Y. (author), Kwon, Jieun (author), Agogino, Alice M. (author), Goucher-Lambert, Kosa (author)
Designers’ choices of methods are well known to shape project outcomes. However, questions remain about why design teams select particular methods and how teams’ decision-making strategies are influenced by project- and process-based factors. In this mixed-methods study, we analyze novice design teams’ decision-making strategies underlying 297...
journal article 2020
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Koolwijk, J.S.J. (author), van Oel, C.J. (author), Gaviria Moreno, Juan Carlos (author)
This study investigates how a no-blame culture affects the effectiveness of project-based design teams across different project delivery methods in the construction industry. Ninety-two team members of 34 project-based design teams assessed the no-blame culture, level of teamwork, and team effectiveness in teams that were procured through...
journal article 2020
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Jon, Saphira (author)
Aim: The aim of this research was to explore the soft side of project management, specifically the way process managers apply interpersonal skills to influence team functioning in project-based integrated design teams which apply shared leadership. This will provide insight within the context of shared leadership on the way project-based...
master thesis 2019
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Syed, Fatimah (author)
Aim: This research focuses on aims to explore the concept of shared leadership in integrated design teams in the construction branch. The exploration is conducted by addressing the question of whether leadership styles and tasks are solely performed by the project manager of a design team, or whether leadership styles and tasks are also...
master thesis 2017
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Velasco, R. (author), Brakke, A. (author), Diaz, C. (author)
This paper briefly recounts how computational design has surfaced in the architectural discourse during the recent decades, developing into what is now called parametric design. In this context, the authors argue against Parametricism, an avante garde movement which is limited to the issues of style and aesthetic fitness, whilst an approach that...
conference paper 2013
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De Wit, P. (author)
This thesis describes the design of a project management tool for multidisciplinary design teams. Background: Complex projects require multidisciplinary design teams, which are harder to manage than teams with people from one discipline. To control the resources within projects, an adequate software package is chosen for each issue. This kind of...
master thesis 2012
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Freudenthal, A. (author), Stüdeli, T. (author), Lamata, P. (author), Samset, E. (author)
The EU Research Training Network on Augmented Reality in Surgery (ARIS*ER) was established with two aims: (1) to develop next-generation novel image guidance (augmented reality based on medical images) and cross-linked robotic systems (automatic control loops guided by information sensed from the patient) and (2) to educate young researchers in...
journal article 2011
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Heintz, J.L. (author)
book chapter 2003
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