IPD from a stakeholder perspective

Authored by: Kirsi Aaltonen , Martina Huemann , Christof Kier , Pernille Eskerod , Derek H. T. Walker

Routledge Handbook of Integrated Project Delivery

Print publication date:  August  2019
Online publication date:  July  2019

Print ISBN: 9781138736689
eBook ISBN: 9781315185774
Adobe ISBN:

10.1201/9781315185774-17

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Abstract

We have seen in earlier chapters that integrated project delivery (IPD) provides an environment that systematically facilitates collaboration between the triad of project owner, designer and contractor. This environment helps them find innovative value-adding solutions to problems and challenges facing them in delivering complex projects. Several chapters in this book support this chapter. Chapter 10, for example, examines the culture of collaborative behaviours that shape a stakeholder-engagement mindset. Chapter 11 outlines and deliberates on the knowledge, skills, attributes and experience needed of team members engaged in IPD to be able to collaborate with stakeholders. And Chapter 13 discusses trust and commitment and how disputes and differences in perceiving situations may be resolved collaboratively. Chapter 23 explores ethics and social responsibility and examines ethical dilemmas that may occur when dealing with stakeholders.

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