The Hybridity of Strategic Partnerships and Construction Supply Chain Management

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Purpose – Strategic partnerships and construction supply chain management are claimed to improve productivity through their capabilities of managing internal and external relations between stakeholders. Thus, this study aims to present an analysis of a major Danish contractor group’s efforts to increase performances by building trust and long-term relationships across stakeholders of complex building projects with use of these managerial initiatives.

Design/Methodology/Approach – Scrutinising the social reality of the group, neo-institutional theory provides the analytical lens of an interpretivist case study drawing on empirical data (i.e. interviews and observations) collected through one year of enrolment in the group.

Findings – Findings reveals that internal organisational circumstances negatively influence the efforts to implement logics of strategic partnerships and construction supply chain management. Nevertheless, we propose organisational practitioners to obtain the perspectives of hybridisation as a fruitful concept for creating productive interactions between otherwise distinct managerial logics.

Research Limitations/Implications – The triangulation of the interpretivist data is limited to generalisations based on only one group operating in the Danish construction industry. However, the assumption is that critical implications of hybridity address generic issues across the industry.

Practical Implications – Organisational practitioners should experiment with hybridity of managerial mechanisms and dynamics, which potentially can influence the construction industry positively by innovating the operational performances in the entire value chain.

Originality/Value – The inquiry contributes to the puzzle of integrating strategic partnerships and construction supply chain management by rethinking dualism of logics generating alternatives of how hybridity can increase performance by combining various aspects of managerial initiatives.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Titel10th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization
RedaktørerI. Lill, E. Witt
Antal sider7
ForlagEmerald Group Publishing
Publikationsdato1 maj 2019
Sider77-83
ISBN (Elektronisk) 978-1-83867-051-1
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 1 maj 2019
BegivenhedCEO2019 - 10th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization : Regional markets, networks and opportunities - Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estland
Varighed: 7 maj 20198 maj 2019
http://www.ttu.ee/ceo2019

Konference

KonferenceCEO2019 - 10th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization
LokationTallinn University of Technology
LandEstland
ByTallinn
Periode07/05/201908/05/2019
Internetadresse
NavnEmerald Reach Proceeding Series
Vol/bind2
ISSN2516-2853

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Supply chain management
Strategic partnership
Hybridity
Logic
Construction industry
Design methodology
Empirical data
Enrollment
Stakeholders
Industry
Business performance
Long-term relationships
Triangulation
Interaction
Productivity
Dualism
Neo-institutional theory
Stakeholder relations
Experiment
Hybridization

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Frederiksen, N., Fredslund, L., & Gottlieb, S. C. (2019). The Hybridity of Strategic Partnerships and Construction Supply Chain Management. I I. Lill, & E. Witt (red.), 10th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization (s. 77-83). Emerald Group Publishing. Emerald Reach Proceeding Series, Bind. 2 https://doi.org/10.1108/S2516-285320190000002029
Frederiksen, Nicolaj ; Fredslund, Lasse ; Gottlieb, Stefan Christoffer. / The Hybridity of Strategic Partnerships and Construction Supply Chain Management. 10th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization. red. / I. Lill ; E. Witt. Emerald Group Publishing, 2019. s. 77-83 (Emerald Reach Proceeding Series, Bind 2).
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The Hybridity of Strategic Partnerships and Construction Supply Chain Management. / Frederiksen, Nicolaj; Fredslund, Lasse; Gottlieb, Stefan Christoffer.

10th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization. red. / I. Lill; E. Witt. Emerald Group Publishing, 2019. s. 77-83 (Emerald Reach Proceeding Series, Bind 2).

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Frederiksen N, Fredslund L, Gottlieb SC. The Hybridity of Strategic Partnerships and Construction Supply Chain Management. I Lill I, Witt E, red., 10th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization. Emerald Group Publishing. 2019. s. 77-83. (Emerald Reach Proceeding Series, Bind 2). https://doi.org/10.1108/S2516-285320190000002029