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A review of the use of demonstration projects to achieve widespread adoption of innovative practices

Gray, C. and Bowman, N. (2003) A review of the use of demonstration projects to achieve widespread adoption of innovative practices. In: Anumba, C. J. (ed.) Innovative Developments in Architecture, Engineering and Contruction. Millpress Science Publishers, Rotterdam, pp. 489-501. ISBN 9789059660083

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Abstract/Summary

The UK construction industry has embarked on one of the largest experiments in the implementation of innovative technologies and practices in its history. Following Rethinking Construction[1], generally known as the Egan Report, the Movement for Innovation was established with the aim of using demonstration projects as practical examples of innovation in order to encourage others to follow the example. The number of demonstration projects has exceeded the original plans and more are being added. This paper reviews the approach in terms of the practice of using demonstration projects to achieve widespread take up of innovation, the modifications to the programme and its management and considers future developments to improve its, effectiveness.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Construction Management and Engineering > Business Innovation in Construction
ID Code:12044
Uncontrolled Keywords:best practice, construction, innovation, management
Publisher:Millpress Science Publishers

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