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Amy Javernick-Will
Amy Javernick-Will
Professor of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado at
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Motivating knowledge sharing in engineering and construction organizations: Power of social motivations
A Javernick-Will
Journal of management in engineering 28 (2), 193-202, 2012
2032012
Measuring and modelling safety communication in small work crews in the US using social network analysis
R Alsamadani, M Hallowell, AN Javernick-Will
Construction management and economics 31 (6), 568-579, 2013
2012013
Global projects: institutional and political challenges
WR Scott, RE Levitt, RJ Orr
Cambridge University Press, 2011
1942011
Who needs to know what? Institutional knowledge and global projects
AN Javernick-Will, WR Scott
Journal of construction engineering and management 136 (5), 546-557, 2010
1892010
Indicators of community recovery: content analysis and Delphi approach
E Jordan, A Javernick-Will
Natural hazards review 14 (1), 21-28, 2013
1802013
Use and misuse of qualitative comparative analysis
E Jordan, ME Gross, AN Javernick-Will, MJ Garvin
Construction management and economics 29 (11), 1159-1173, 2011
1772011
Mobilizing institutional knowledge for international projects
A Javernick-Will, RE Levitt
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 136 (4), 430-441, 2010
1342010
Technical and professional skills of engineers involved and not involved in engineering service
K Litchfield, A Javernick‐Will, A Maul
Journal of Engineering Education 105 (1), 70-92, 2016
1312016
Long-term functionality of rural water services in developing countries: a system dynamics approach to understanding the dynamic interaction of factors
JP Walters, AN Javernick-Will
Environmental science & technology 49 (8), 5035-5043, 2015
1192015
“I am an Engineer AND”: a mixed methods study of socially engaged engineers
K Litchfield, A Javernick‐Will
Journal of Engineering Education 104 (4), 393-416, 2015
1082015
Inter-organizational resource coordination in post-disaster infrastructure recovery
A Opdyke, F Lepropre, A Javernick-Will, M Koschmann
Construction management and economics 35 (8-9), 514-530, 2017
732017
Relationships among language proficiency, communication patterns, and safety performance in small work crews in the United States
R Alsamadani, MR Hallowell, A Javernick-Will, J Cabello
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 139 (9), 1125-1134, 2013
702013
Infrastructure hazard resilience trends: an analysis of 25 years of research
A Opdyke, A Javernick-Will, M Koschmann
Natural hazards 87 (2), 773-789, 2017
662017
Measuring community resilience and recovery: A content analysis of indicators
E Jordan, A Javernick-Will
Construction Research Congress 2012: Construction Challenges in a Flat World …, 2012
642012
The use of qualitative comparative analysis to identify pathways to successful and failed sanitation systems
A Davis, A Javernick-Will, S and Cook
Science of the Total Environment 663, 507-517, 0
61*
Organizational learning during internationalization: acquiring local institutional knowledge
AN Javernick‐Will
Construction Management and Economics 27 (8), 783-797, 2009
602009
Project Wide Access: The Key to Effective Implementation of Construction Project Management Software Systems
P Arnold, A Javernick-Will
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 2012
572012
A qualitative comparative analysis of well-managed school sanitation in Bangladesh
C Chatterley, A Javernick-Will, KG Linden, K Alam, L Bottinelli, ...
BMC public health 14, 1-14, 2014
542014
System approaches to water, sanitation, and hygiene: a systematic literature review
N Valcourt, A Javernick-Will, J Walters, K Linden
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (3), 702, 2020
522020
Institutional effects on project arrangement: high‐speed rail projects in China and Taiwan
CSF Chi, A Nicole Javernick‐Will
Construction Management and Economics 29 (6), 595-611, 2011
522011
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