This book provides an understanding of Business Continuity Management (BCM) implementation for local/international construction operations, with a primary focus on Indonesian construction firms as an illustrative example. It reviews the whole spectrum of work relating to organizational culture (OC) and the institutional framework (IF) as one of the key ways for companies to evaluate and implement BCM in construction operations.
Once readers have acquired a sound understanding of BCM, OC and IF linkages in construction firms, the lessons learned can be extended to other companies. This is facilitated through a systematic assessment framework presented in the book using a Knowledge Based Decision Support System (BCM-KBDSS), which allows these companies to evaluate their current status quo with respect to BCM, OC and IF, and then make informed decisions on how and to what extent BCM should be implemented in their operations. As such, the book offers a unique blend of theory and practice, ensuring readers gain a far better understanding of BCM implementation in the construction industry.
Dr Leni Sagita Riantini Supriadi
Dr Leni Sagita Riantini Supriadi graduated with a PhD from the National University of Singapore. She also holds Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) and Master of Engineering (MEng) degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Indonesia, where she was awarded the PT Caltex Pacific Indonesia Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships. Dr Supriadi was a Lecturer at the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Indonesia when she won a research scholarship to embark on her doctoral studies in Singapore. An excellent paper award winner, her works have been published in connection with numerous international conferences as well as the proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), London.
Dr Low Sui Pheng
Dr Low Sui Pheng is presently a Professor of Building at the School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore, where he previously served as the Head and Vice‐Dean. He teaches construction project management, a field in which he has extensively published, researched and consulted, both in Singapore and overseas. A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building, he holds a DSc degree from the University of Birmingham, UK and a PhD from the University College London. He currently serves as Director of the Centre for Project Management and Construction Law at the National University of Singapore.