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@article{3920541534ca44fcb616ce43d3a23cbd,
title = "Governance In Project Configured Supply Chains",
author = "Christian Koch and Larsen, {Casper Schultz} and Gottlieb, {Stefan Christoffer}",
year = "2006",
volume = "7",
number = "2",
pages = "78--84",
journal = "Supply Chain Forum",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Governance In Project Configured Supply Chains

T2 - A Case Study Of Failures In Architectural, Engineering And Construction Supply

A1 - Koch,Christian

A1 - Larsen,Casper Schultz

A1 - Gottlieb,Stefan Christoffer

AU - Koch,Christian

AU - Larsen,Casper Schultz

AU - Gottlieb,Stefan Christoffer

PY - 2006

Y1 - 2006

N2 - This case study covers a Danish architectural, engineering and construction supply network for a specific building project. Failures in supply are used as indicators of the governance forms employed. The following governance forms are present; internal integration and hierarchy, SCM-efforts, subsystem deliveries and contracting per project. The case exhibits a very uneven integration upstream: Three engineering design areas are integrated with production and the client function. Amongst supplies, the architectural design is the most 'clean-cut' knowledge supply, whereas the supplies are integrated knowledge, material, workforce and management subsystem deliveries (the building core produced of pre-cast concrete, the elevator supply and the kitchen supply). Further 17 deliveries draws on more than 50 materials and component suppliers. The case project generated 160 failures over three months. The economic expenses were 8 pct. of the product costs. Most of the failures were generated in the knowledge stream and then occasionally transformed into the material stream. None of the mobilised governance forms were able to entirely prevent failures, especially subsystem delivery and internal integration was underperforming.

AB - This case study covers a Danish architectural, engineering and construction supply network for a specific building project. Failures in supply are used as indicators of the governance forms employed. The following governance forms are present; internal integration and hierarchy, SCM-efforts, subsystem deliveries and contracting per project. The case exhibits a very uneven integration upstream: Three engineering design areas are integrated with production and the client function. Amongst supplies, the architectural design is the most 'clean-cut' knowledge supply, whereas the supplies are integrated knowledge, material, workforce and management subsystem deliveries (the building core produced of pre-cast concrete, the elevator supply and the kitchen supply). Further 17 deliveries draws on more than 50 materials and component suppliers. The case project generated 160 failures over three months. The economic expenses were 8 pct. of the product costs. Most of the failures were generated in the knowledge stream and then occasionally transformed into the material stream. None of the mobilised governance forms were able to entirely prevent failures, especially subsystem delivery and internal integration was underperforming.

JO - Supply Chain Forum

JF - Supply Chain Forum

IS - 2

VL - 7

SP - 78

EP - 84

ER -