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Adaptation and Integration for Multinational Project-Based Organizations

Berteaux, F., Javernick-Will, A., and Chi, C. (2013). Engineering Project Organization Conference, Granby, CO.

Sanitation System Legitimacy in Bangladesh

Kaminsky, J. and Javernick-Will, A. (2013).Engineering Project Organization Conference, Granby, CO.

A Useful Knot or a Deadly Noose?: The Effects of Organizational Divisions on Informal Knowledge Sharing Networks

Wanberg, J. and Javernick-Will, A., Taylor, J., and Chinowsky, P. (2013). Engineering Project Organization Conference. Granby, CO.

Pathways to Community Recovery: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Post-Disaster Outcomes

Jordan, E. (2013). Dissertation, University of Colorado Boulder.

Adaptation and Integration for Multinational Project Based Organizations

Berteaux, F. (2013). Thesis, University of Colorado Boulder.

Local Embeddedness and Knowledge Management Strategies for Project-Based Multi-National Firms

Javernick-Will, A. (2013). Engineering Management Journal. 25 (3), 16-26. doi: 10.1080/10429247.2013.11431979

Relationships Among Language Proficiency, Communication Patterns and Safety Performance in Small Work Crews in the US

Alsamadani, R. , Hallowell, M., Javernick-Will, A., and Cabello, J. (2013). Journal of Construction Engineering and Management. 139 (9), 1125-1134. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0000724

Indicators of Community Recovery: A Content Analysis and Delphi Approach

Jordan, E. and Javernick-Will, A. (2013). Natural Hazards Review. 14 (1), 21-28. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000087

IR280-3: What’s the Risk?

A two-sided, laminated reference sheet explaining the appropriate uses and interpretations of three levels of project risk analysis. Includes descriptive samples of probabilistic risk analysis outputs, e.g., heat maps and tornado charts. Senesi, C., Javernick-Will, A., and Molenaar, K., Furlani, K. and Relyea, C. (2012). " What’s the Risk? "...

IR280-2: Applying Probabilistic Risk Management in Design and Construction Projects

Senesi, C., Javernick-Will, A., and Molenaar, K., Furlani, K. and Relyea, C. (2012). Construction Industry Institute. Austin, TX.