Adopting reflexive capability in international briefing

London, K, Chen, J and Bavinton, N 2005, 'Adopting reflexive capability in international briefing', Facilities, vol. 23, no. 7/8, pp. 295-318.

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Collection: Journal Articles

Title Adopting reflexive capability in international briefing
Author(s) London, K
Chen, J
Bavinton, N
Year 2005
Journal name Facilities
Volume number 23
Issue number 7/8
Start page 295
End page 318
Total pages 24
Publisher Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Abstract Purpose -The aim of the paper is to investigate the architectural firm's role in the briefing process on international projects and to identify the strategies of successful firms to overcome barriers. Design/methodology/approach - A model is developed based on a critique of briefing models and international design management theory. The development of a reflexive capability model borrows cultural theory concepts of capital and reflexivity. The model is based on maximizing reflexive capability through the management of social, cultural and intellectual capital. Two case studies of architectural firms identify barriers during the briefing process and strategies to overcome these barriers. Data collection involved 16 interviews with senior management and design team staff.
Subject Building not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Management activities
Intellectual capital
DOI - identifier 10.1108/02632770510600263
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ISSN 0263-2772
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