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  • Author(s)Stephen Pryke
  • Edition1
  • Published15th June 2012
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN
The objective of the book is to make accessible the ways in which
social network analysis (SNA) may be used to observe, monitor and
analyse systems and relationships in major construction project
coalitions.  Although this has been an established analytical
technique in the US for some time, it is only now being developed
in the UK.

Having spent nearly two decades investigating major project
relationships using SNA, the author has brought together
mathematical and sociological methods, and major project
relationships in a manner that will inspire both academic interest
and a desire to apply these concepts and techniques to live
construction projects. Case studies include projects from two of
the UKs largest property developers, the UK Ministry of Defence and
a County Council.


SNA is innovative - but potentially inaccessible to project
management analysts and practitioners. This book will provide clear
and relevant explanation and illustration of the possibilities of
using SNA in a major project environment.


In addition to offering the potential; for sophisticated
retrospective analysis of a wide range of systems associated with
construction and engineering project coalitions, the author looks
at how we might apply the network analysis findings to the design
and management of project and supply chain networks.

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