Thayaparan Gajendran
Thayaparan Gajendran
Associate Professor, The University of Newcastle
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Using a case study approach to identify critical success factors for alliance contracting
M Jefferies, GJ Brewer, T Gajendran
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2014
Contextual, structural and behavioural factors influencing the adoption of industrialised building systems: a review
S Akmam Syed Zakaria, T Gajendran, T Rose, G Brewer
Architectural Engineering and Design Management 14 (1-2), 3-26, 2018
Integration of information and communication technology: Influence of the cultural environment
T Gajendran, G Brewer
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2007
Profiling informal settlements for disaster risks
M Abunyewah, T Gajendran, K Maund
Procedia engineering 212, 238-245, 2018
A conceptual approach to studying the organisational culture of construction projects
T Gajendran, G Brewer, ARJ Dainty, G Runeson
Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, The 12 (2), 1-26, 2012
Strengthening the information deficit model for disaster preparedness: Mediating and moderating effects of community participation
M Abunyewah, T Gajendran, K Maund, SA Okyere
International journal of disaster risk reduction 46, 101492, 2020
Assessing construction innovation: theoretical and practical perspectives
P Davis, T Gajendran, J Vaughan, T Owi
Construction Economics and Building 16 (3), 104-115, 2016
Attitudes, behaviours and the transmission of cultural traits: Impacts on ICT/BIM use in a project team
G Brewer, T Gajendran
Construction Innovation 12 (2), 198-215, 2012
Deconstructing dynamic capabilities: the role of cognitive and organizational routines in the innovation process
T Gajendran, G Brewer, S Gudergan, S Sankaran
Construction Management and Economics 32 (3), 246-261, 2014
A systematic review of ‘enablers of collaboration’among the participants in construction projects
S Deep, T Gajendran, M Jefferies
International journal of construction management 21 (9), 919-931, 2021
Conceptual framework for motivating actions towards disaster preparedness through risk communication
M Abunyewah, T Gajendran, K Maund
Procedia engineering 212, 246-253, 2018
Disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation policy in Australia
G Forino, J von Meding, G Brewer, T Gajendran
Procedia Economics and Finance 18, 473-482, 2014
International principles of disaster risk reduction informing NGOs strategies for community based DRR mainstreaming: The Bangladesh context
MA Seddiky, H Giggins, T Gajendran
International journal of disaster risk reduction 48, 101580, 2020
Compliance to building codes for disaster resilience: Bangladesh and Nepal
I Ahmed, T Gajendran, G Brewer, K Maund, J von Meding, J MacKee
Procedia engineering 212, 986-993, 2018
Value through innovation in long‐term service delivery: Facility management in an Australian PPP
G Brewer, T Gajendran, M Jefferies, D McGeorge, S Rowlinson, A Dainty
Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 2013
Emerging ICT trends in construction project teams: a Delphi survey.
G Brewer, T Gajendran
J. Inf. Technol. Constr. 14, 81-97, 2009
Cultural consciousness and the effective implementation of information and communication technology
T Gajendran, G Brewer
Construction Innovation, 2012
The use of ICT in the construction industry: critical success factors and strategic relationship in temporary project organizations
GJ Brewer, T Gajendran, SE Chen
CIBW78 information communication technology in construction, 19-21, 2005
Key factors influencing the decision to adopt industrialised building systems technology in the Malaysian construction industry: an inter-project perspective
S Akmam Syed Zakaria, T Gajendran, M Skitmore, G Brewer
Architectural Engineering and Design Management 14 (1-2), 27-45, 2018
The influence of trust in traditional contracting: Investigating the" lived experience" of stakeholders
S Strahorn
Construction Economics and Building 15 (2), 81-101, 2015
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