Publications

Authored Books

  • Suresh, S. & Egbu, C. (2012) Knowledge Capture is Small and Medium Enterprose. Lamber Academic Publishing. ISBN 978-3-659-16945-8.
  • Fryer, B; Egbu, C; Ellis, R; and Gorse, C. (2004) The Practice of Construction Management (2004). Blackwell Publishing. ISBN 1-4051 1110-0
  • Anumba, C; Egbu, C; Kashyap, M. (2006) Avoiding Structural Collapses in Refurbishment – A Decision Support System. Research Report, RR 463, Prepared by Loughborough University for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
  • Anumba, C; Marino, B; Gottfried A.; and Egbu, C. (2004). “Health and Safety in Refurbishment involving Demolition and Structural Instability”. Research Report 204, Prepared by Loughborough University and Milan Polytechnic for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), 2004. HSE Books, ISBN 0 7176 2820 5

Edited books

  • L. Ruddock, P. Chynoweth, C. Egbu, M. Sutrisna, A. Parsa (Eds) COBRA 2011 Proceedings of RICS Construction and Property Conference; September 2011, University of Salford, Manchester, UK, ISBN 987-1-907842-19-1.
  • Egbu, C and Lou, E C W (Eds.), Proceedings, 27th Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2011, Bristol, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management (Vols 1 and 2); ISBN: 978-0-9552390-5-2
  • Egbu, C, and Lou, E. (Eds.), Proceedings 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management,  (Vols 1 and 2); ISBN: 978-0- 9552390-4-5
  • Anumba, C; Egbu, C; and Carrillo, P (2005) Knowledge Management in Construction, Blackwell Publishing. ISBN 1-4051 2972-7
  • Francisco L Ribeiro, Peter D.E. Love, Colin H Davidson, Charles O Egbu and Branka Dimitrijevic (2005) Proceedings of the CIB W102 – 2005, International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management in a Global Economy: Challenges and Opportunities for Construction Organizations, 19-20 May, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Egbu, C, O. and Tong, M. (2005).Proceedings of The 2nd International Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built And Natural Environment (PRoBE), 16-17 November, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, ISBN 1-903661-82-X
  • Egbu, C,O. and Tong, M. (2003).Proceedings of The First Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built and Natural Environment held at Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow , 18th – 19th November. ISBN 1-903661-50-1
  • Fryer, B; Egbu, C; Ellis, R; and Gorse, C. (2004) The Practice of Construction Management (2004). Blackwell Publishing. ISBN 1-4051 1110-0

Text Book Chapters

  • Egbu, C. O. (2012) “Construction Innovation through Knowledge Management” IN: Construction Innovation and Process Improvement. Chapter 10. Edited by: Akintola Akintoye, Jack S. Goulding, and Girma Zawdie
  • Egbu, C. O. (2008) Knowledge Management for Improved e-Business Performance “In: e-Business in Construction: Edited by Chimay J. Anumba, Kirti Ruikar: Blackwell Publishing: Chapter 13: ISBN: 978-1-4051-8234-8
  • Cynthia Chin Tian Lee and Charles Egbu (2008) Client requirements and project team knowledge in refurbishment projects. IN: Collaborative Relationships in Construction – developing frameworks and networks: Edited by Hedley Smyth and Stephen Pryke. Chapter 3: pp 59 – 77. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Egbu, C. O. (2008) “Clients’ roles and contributions to innovations in the construction industry: when giants learn to dance. Chapter 8; pp. 69 – 77. In: Clients Driving Innovation: Edited by Peter Brandon and Shu-Ling Lu, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • Egbu, C. and Easton, J. (2004) “Knowledge Management – Post Project Reviews”. Architect’s Handbook of Construction Project Management. Edited by Michael Murray and David Langford. Published by RIBA Enterprise Series Ltd.;. pp. 283 – 294. ISBN: 1 85946 123 9
  • Egbu, C. and Gorse, C. (2002) “Teamwork”, “Project Management Pathways – The Essential Handbook for Project and Programme Managers. Chapter 71:1 – 71:16; Published by the Association for Project Management (APM), UK. ISBN: 1-903494-01-X.

Selected Journal Papers

  •  Ruan, X., Ochieng, E., Price, A., & Egbu, C. (2013). Time for a real shift to relations: appraisal of Social Network Analysis applications in the UK construction industry. Australasian Journal of Construction Economics And Building, 13(1), 92-105
  • Wapwera, S.D. & Egbu, C.O: (2013) Planning Authorities: A Review of Roles, Functions and Responsibilities in Jos Metropolis, Nigeria. Journal of the Built & Human Environment Review, Volume 6, pg. 30-45. 2013.
  • Suresh Renukappa, Akintola Akintoye, Charles Egbu, Jack Goulding, (2013) “Carbon emission reduction strategies in the UK industrial sectors: an empirical studies“, International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, Vol. 5(3).
  • E.G. Ochieng, A.D.F. Price, X. Ruan, C.O. Egbu, D. Moore, (2013) “The effect of cross-cultural uncertainty and complexity within multicultural construction teams“, Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol. 20(3), pp.307 – 324.
  • Ochieng, E.G., Egbu, C.O., Price, A.D.F. and Ruan, X. (2013). An appraisal of the management of construction projects in Kenya: Key issues and the way forward. International Journal of Project Planning and Finance, 3 (1), 1-35.
  • Suresh Renukappa, Charles Egbu, Akintola Akintoye, Jack Goulding, (2012) “A critical reflection on sustainability within the UK industrial sectors”, Construction Innovation: Information, Process, Management, Vol. 12, Issue: 3, pp.317 – 334
  • Ximing, R & Ochieng, E & Price, A D & Egbu, C (2012), ‘Knowledge integration process in construction projects: a social network analysis approach to compare competitive and collaborative working?‘, Construction Management and Economics , 30, pp.5-19.
  • Arayici, Y & Egbu, C & Coates, P 2012, ‘Building information modelling (BIM) implementation and remote construction projects: issues, challenges, and critiques’, Journal of Information Technology in Construction, 17(5), pp.75-92.
  • Arayici, Y & Onyenobi, T & Egbu, C. (2012), ‘Building information modelling (BIM) for facilities management (FM): The MediaCity case study approach’, International Journal of 3D Information Modelling, 1(1), pp.55-73.
  • S.D. Wapwera, Ali Parsa, Charles Egbu, (2011) “Financing low income housing in Nigeria”, Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction, Vol. 16 Issue: 3, pp.283 – 301
  • Arayici, Y & Egbu, C & Onyenobi, T. ( 2011), ‘Project management of a relocation project supported by building information modelling’, International Journal of Project Planning and Finance, 2(1), pp.1-19.
  • Zawawi, E M A & Kamaruzzaman, S N & Egbu, C & Che-Ani, A I & Ali, A S. ( 2011), ‘The effect of indoor environmental quality on occupants’ perception of performance: A case study of refurbished historic buildings in Malaysia’, Energy and Buildings, 43(2-3), pp.407-413.
  •  Egbu, C; Arif, M; and Williams, A., (2011) “Knowledge Mapping Techniques for Sustainable Urban Environment”, International Journal of Construction Project Management, 3(3).
  • Arif, Mohammed, Kulonda, Dennis, Egbu, Charles, Goulding, Jack S. and Toma, Tahsin (2011) Enterprise-Wide Information System for Construction: A Document Based Approach. KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, 15 (2). pp. 271-280. ISSN 1976-3808
  • Arif, Mohammed, Egbu, C., Haleem, A., Ebohon, J., and Khalfan, M. (2009) “Green Construction in India: Gaining a Deeper Understanding”, Journal of Architectural Engineering (ASCE), 10-13, March 09.
  • Arif, Mohammed, Egbu, C., Alom, O., and Khalfan, M.M.A., “Measuring Knowledge Retention: A Case Study of a Construction Consultancy in the UAE”, Engineering Construction and Architecture Management (ECAM), 2009, 16(1)
  • Potbhare, V., Syal, M., Khalfan, M., Arif, Mohammed, and Egbu, C. (2009), “Emergence of Green Building Guidelines in India and their Comparison with Developed Countries”, Journal of Engineering Design and Technology, 2009, 7(1), 99-121.
  • Arif, Mohammed, Egbu, C., Haleem, A., Kulonda, D., and Khlafan, M. (2009) “State of Green Construction in India: Drivers and Challenges”, Journal of Engineering Design and Technology, 8 (2).
  • Liyanage, C., Egbu, C. (2008), A performance management framework for healthcare facilities management, Journal of Facilities Management, 6(1), pp. 23 – 36.
  • Lee, C. Cynthia and Egbu, C. (2007) “Information technology tools for capturing and communicating learning and experiences in construction SMEs in developed and developing countries”. ITcon Vol. 12, Special Issue on construction information technology in emerging economies, pg. 167-180, http://www.itcon.org/cgi-bin/works/Show?2007_11
  • Egbu, C. O (2006). “Knowledge Production and Capabilities – Their Importance and Challenges for Construction Organisations in China” The Journal of Technology Management in China, Vol 1., No.3, ISSN 1746-8779
  • Liyanage, C. and Egbu, C. (2006)The integration of key players in the control of Healthcare Associated Infections in different types of domestic services” Journal of Facilities Management, Vol. 4, No. 4, pg 245 – 261., ISSN: 1472-5967
  • Hari S, Egbu C and Kumar B (2005), “A knowledge capture awareness tool: an empirical study on small and medium enterprises in the construction industry ” Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, ISSN 0969-9988, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp 533-567
  • Hunter K, Hari S, Egbu C and Kelly J (2005) “Grounded Theory: Its Diversification and Application Through two Examples From Research Studies on Knowledge and Value Management”, The Electronic Journal of Business Research Methodology, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp 57-68, available online at www.ejbrm.com
  • Liyanage C., Egbu C. (2005), Controlling Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) and the role of FM in achieving ‘Quality’ in Healthcare: A Three-Dimensional View, Facilities, 23 (5/6), pp. 263-277.
  • Charles O Egbu, Subashini Hari, and Suresh H Renukappa(2005), “Knowledge management for sustainable competitiveness in small and medium surveying practices” Structural Survey, volume 23 (1), pp.7-21
  • Egbu, C.O. (2004) “Managing Knowledge and Intellectual Capital for Improved Organisational Innovations in the Construction Industry: An Examination of Critical Success Factors” Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management (ECAM) Journal, Vol. 11 No 5., pp. 301 – 315.
  • Ilozor, B.D.; Okoroh, M. I., Egbu, C. O. and Archicentre (2004), “Understanding residential house defects in Australia from the State of Victoria”. Building and Environment Journal, March, Vol. 39, Issue 3, pp. 327 – 337
  • Liyanage C., Egbu C. (2004), FM services have vital role – infection control, Journal of Health Estate, October issue 2004, pp. 47-54.
  • Edum-Fotwe, F.T.; Egbu, C. and Gibb, A.G.F (2003) “designing Facilities Management Needs into Infrastructure Projects: Case from a Major Hospital. ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 17, (1), pp. 43 – 50
  • Egbu, C. O. and Botterill, K. (2002) “Information Technologies for Knowledge Management: Their Usage and Effectiveness” Journal of Information Technology in Construction. Vol. 7, pp.125 – 137.; ISSN 1400-6529.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1999) “The Role of Knowledge Management and Innovation in Improving Construction Competitiveness”. Building Technology and Management Journal, Volume 25, pp. 1 – 10.
  • Egbu, C.O. (1999) “Skills, Knowledge and Competencies for Managing Construction Refurbishment Works”, Construction Management and Economics Journal, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 29 – 43.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1997) “Refurbishment management: Challenges and opportunities”. Building Research and Information, The International Journal of Research, Development and Demonstration, Vol. 25, No. 6, Nov/Dec, pp. 338 – 347.
  • Egbu, C. O., Young B. A. and Torrance, V. B. (1996) “Refurbishment Management Practices in the Shipping and Construction Industries”, Building Research and Information, The International Journal of Research, Development and Demonstration, Vol. 24, No. 6, Nov/Dec, pp. 329 – 338.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1996) “Characteristics and Difficulties Associated with Refurbishment”, Construction Papers, No.66, The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). UK.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1996) “Management Education and Training for Construction Refurbishment”, Construction Papers, No.69, The Chartered Institute of Building, UK.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1996) “Refurbishment Management in the Shipping and Construction Industries – A Comparative Study”, The Journal for Refurbishment and Restoration – Refurbishment Projects, pp.92 – 93, October.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1996) “Education and training background of construction refurbishment managers”, Construction Papers, No.57, 7pp. Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). UK.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1995) “Perceived degree of difficulty of management tasks in construction refurbishment work”, Building Research and Information, Volume 23, No.6, pp.340 – 343.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1995) “Skills, Knowledge and Personal Qualities for Managing Refurbishment Work”, The Journal of Repair, Replacement and Maintenance. Sheen Publishing Ltd., Essex, England, May/June, pp 52 – 53
  • Anumba, C; Marino, B; Gottfried A.; and Egbu, C. (2004). “Health and Safety in Refurbishment involving Demolition and Structural Instability”. Research Report 204, Prepared by Loughborough University and Milan Polytechnic for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), 2004. HSE Books, ISBN 0 7176 2820 5
  • Selected Reports
  • Egbu, C.; Hayles, C; Anumba, A.; Ruikar, K; Quintas, P. (2004) “Knowledge Management for Sustainable Construction Competitiveness”. Final Report, July. ISBN: 1-903661-63 -3. Partners in Innovation Project (CI 39/3/709) supported by the Department of Trade and Industry, UK.
  • Egbu, C.; Hayles, C; Anumba, A.; Ruikar, K; Quintas, P. (2004) “Getting Started in Knowledge management – Concise Guidance for Construction Consultants and Contractors, July. ISBN: 1-903661-64-1. Partners in Innovation Project (CI 39/3/709) supported by the Department of Trade and Industry, UK.
  • Egbu, C. O.; Liyanage, C.; Hoy, D.; Docherty, C.; Curran, E.; O’Brien, G. and Hinks, J. (2004) “Mapping Knowledge on Controlling and Avoiding Healthcare Associated Infections”. Final Knowledge Transfer Report. February 2004, ISBN: 1-903661-58-7; BNE Report No. 21; Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK.;116 pages.

Selected Conference Papers

  • Azeez, A. D. A., Bala, K., Egbu, C. & Lawal, M. (2013) Development of A Prototype Electronic Document And Record Management System (Edrms) For Small and Medium Building Firms In Nigeria. In: Ahmed, V., ed. International Post Graduate Researh Conference (IPGRC 2013), 8-10 April 2013 Mediacity, Salford. University of Salford, 387-397.
  • Hidayat, B. & Egbu, C. (2013) Construction quality and knowledge communication in post-disaster reconstruction projects. In: Ahmed, V., ed. International Post Graduate Researh Conference (IPGRC 2013), 8-10 April 2013 Mediacity, Salford. University of Salford, 991-1002.
  • Ozols, R. & Egbu, C. (2013) Recognition Of Factors And Their Contribution Towards The Evolution Of Small Sized Construction Contracting Organisations. In: Ahmed, V., ed. International Post Graduate Researh Conference (IPGRC 2013), 8-10 April 2013 Mediacity, Salford. University of Salford, 888-897.
  • Safour, A. & Egbu, C. (2013) Road User Charging Impacts in Libya – Perceptions from Drivers. In: Ahmed, V., ed. International Post Graduate Researh Conference (IPGRC 2013), 8-10 April 2013 Mediacity, Salford. University of Salford, 132-143.
  • Wapmera, S. D. & Egbu, C. (2013a) Master Planning System: Constraints for planning Authorities in Jos Metropolis, Nigeria In: Ahmed, V., ed. International Post Graduate Researh Conference (IPGRC 2013), 8-10 April 2013a Mediacity, Salford. University of Salford, 114-131.
  • Wapmera, S. D. & Egbu, C. (2013b) Planning Authorities: A Review of Roles, Functions and Responsibilities in Jos Metropolis, Nigeria. In: Ahmed, V., ed. International Post Graduate Researh Conference (IPGRC 2013), 8-10 April 2013b Mediacity, Salford. University of Salford, 1125-1140.
  • Yasin, F and Egbu, C (2011) Critical steps to knowledge mapping in facilities management organisation. In: Egbu, C and Lou, E C W (Eds.), Proceedings 27th Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2011, Bristol, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 603–12.
  • Zin, I N M and Egbu, C (2011) The significance of knowledge sharing approaches in Malaysian construction organisations. In: Egbu, C and Lou, E C W (Eds.), Proceedings 27th Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2011, Bristol, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 525–34.
  • Egbu, J, Wood, G and Egbu, C (2011) The changing face of sheltered housing for the elderly: Past, present and the future. In: Egbu, C and Lou, E C W (Eds.), Proceedings 27th Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2011, Bristol, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 573–81.
  • Hidayat, B and Egbu, C (2011) Critical success factors associated with post-disaster reconstruction projects. In: Egbu, C and Lou, E C W (Eds.), Proceedings 27th Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2011, Bristol, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 889–98.
  • Nor, F M, Mohamed, O and Egbu, C (2011) Knowledge sharing initiatives in quantity surveying firms in Malaysia: Promoting, inhibiting and challenge factors. In: Egbu, C and Lou, E C W (Eds.), Proceedings 27th Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2011, Bristol, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 593–601.
  • Abdullah, M R and Egbu, C (2011) The application of Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) as a decision tool in choosing the type of Industrialised Building System (IBS) for housing projects. In: Egbu, C and Lou, E C W (Eds.), Proceedings 27th Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2011, Bristol, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 555–62.
  • Yasin, F and Egbu, C (2010) Exploitation of knowledge mapping benefits in the facilities performance evaluation process: a conceptual framework. In: Egbu, C (Ed.), Proceedings 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol. 2, 799–808.
  • Zin, I N M and Egbu, C (2010) Readiness of organizations to implement a knowledge management strategy: a construction industry overview. In: Egbu, C (Ed.), Proceedings 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol. 2, 789–98.
  • Hidayat, B and Egbu, C (2010) A literature review of the role of project management in post-disaster reconstruction. In: Egbu, C (Ed.), Proceedings 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol. 2, 1269–78.
  • Egbu, J U, Wood, G and Egbu, C O (2010) Critical success factors associated with effective knowledge sharing in the provision of floating support services in sheltered housing for the elderly. In: Egbu, C (Ed.), Proceedings 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol. 2, 849–57.
  • Mohamed, O and Egbu, C (2010) Measuring the impact of knowledge sharing on the planning permission process in Malaysian local authorities. In: Egbu, C (Ed.), Proceedings 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol. 2, 869–76.
  • Nor, F M and Egbu, C (2010) An insight into knowledge sharing practices in quantity surveying firms in Malaysia. In: Egbu, C (Ed.), Proceedings 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol. 2, 779–88.
  • Abdullah, M R and Egbu, C (2010) Selection criteria framework for choosing industrialized building systems for housing projects. In: Egbu, C (Ed.), Proceedings 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol. 2, 1131–9.
  • Arif, M, Egbu, C and Toma, T (2010) Knowledge retention in construction in the UAE. In: Egbu, C (Ed.), Proceedings 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol. 2, 887–96.
  • Renukappa, Suresh Hennagara, Akintoye, Akintola, Egbu, Charles and Goulding, Jack Steven (2010), Key Sustainable Procurement Initiatives: holistic Reflections for Future Embeddedness in Proceedings “Innovation Detailing: Materials & Construction Methods for a Low Carbon Future”. In: Innovation Detailing: Materials & Construction Methods for a Low Carbon Future. University of Central Lancashire, University of Central Lancashire, pp. 257-266. ISBN 978-1-901922-76-9
  • Abdullah, M.R. and Egbu, C.O., (2009) Industrialised Building System In Malaysia: Issues For Research In A Changing Financial And Property Market, Proceeding International Built Human Environment Research Week, 9th International Post Graduate Research Conference, 29-30 January, Salford Quays, Greater Manchester, UK, pp 15-25.
  • Mohd Nor, F., Egbu, C.O. and Arif, M., (2009) Knowledge Sharing In Quantity Surveying Firms In Malaysia – How The Literature Review Informs The Research Approach, Proceeding International Built Human Environment Research Week, 9th International Post Graduate Research Conference, 29-30 January, Salford Quays, Greater Manchester , UK, pp 237-250.
  • Odigie, H. and Egbu, C.O., (2009) Technology Transfer Practices and Strategies: Issues For Nigerian Construction Organisations And For Research, Proceeding International Built Human Environment Research Week, 9th International Post Graduate Research Conference, 29-30 January, Salford Quays, Greater Manchester, UK, pp 439-448.
  • Bezweek, S. and Egbu, C.O., (2009) The Role Of Culture On Communication Behaviour In Public/Private Organisation: A Review Of Literature Proceeding International Built Human Environment Research Week, 9th International Post Graduate Research Conference, 29-30 January, Salford Quays, Greater Manchester, UK, pp 596-608.
  • Mohamed. O., Egbu, C.O., and Arif, M., (2009), The Influence Of Culture, Organisational Structure And Motivational Constructs On Knowledge Sharing Public Sector Organisations Proceeding International Built Human Environment Research Week, 9th International Post Graduate Research Conference, 29-30 January, Salford Quays, Greater Manchester, UK, pp 609-619.
  • Mohd Zin, I.N. and Egbu, C.O., (2009) “A Review Of Literature On Knowledge Management Strategy -Lessons Learned For The Construction Industry And For Research”, Proceeding International Built Human Environment Research Week, 9th International Post Graduate Research Conference, 29-30 January, Salford Quays, Greater Manchester UK, pp 225-236.
  • Mat Yasin, M.F and Egbu, C.O., (2009), Evaluating Building Performance Of Public Office Buildings Proceeding International Built Human Environment Research Week, 9th International Post Graduate Research Conference, 29-30 January, Salford Quays, Greater Manchester, UK, pp 309-319.
  • Benedict D. Ilozor 1, Charles O. Egbu and Tariq S. Abdelhamid (2008) “Designing and Building to Minimize Construction Waste”, Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction, Safety, Quality and the Environment; UK., 16th Annual Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction, 16-18 July 2008, Manchester, UK
  • Sullivan, K. T.; Michael, J. and Egbu, C. O (2008) “Case Study: The Transformation of a Procurement Office”. Proceedings of the RICS Construction and Building Research Conference of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Held at Dublin Institute of Technology, 4-5 September 2008, ISBN 978-1-84219-434-8
  • Kashiwagi, T. D., Sullivan, K. T.; Badger, W. W. and Egbu, C. O (2008) “A Business Approach to Construction Research” “. Proceedings of the RICS Construction and Building Research Conference of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Held at Dublin Institute of Technology, 4-5 September 2008, ISBN 978-1-84219-434-8
  • Sas Mihindu, Farzad Khosrowshahi and Charles Egbu (2008) “Knowledge collaboration environment for supporting scientific communities: implications to the construction industry” Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of The Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), pp. 339 – 348; 1st – 3rd September, Cardiff, Wales, UK
  • Suresh S, Egbu C.O and Olomolaiye P (2008), “Leadership and its role for the successful deployment of knowledge capture initiatives”, Transformation through construction-joint 2008 CIB W065/W055 symposium proceedings, Edited by Kate Carter, Stephen Ogulana and Ammar Kaka, Dubai, 15th November – 17th November, pp124-125
  • Suresh, S, Egbu C, Olomolaiye and Renukappa, S. (2008), “Leadership roles for implementing knowledge management in construction organisations”, Leadership and management in construction (LEAD) conference, 16-19th October 2008, California, USA.
  • Suresh, S and Egbu C (2008), “Knowledge mapping techniques within the construction industry: An exploratory study”, CIB W102-Information and knowledge management in Buildings, 3-4th June 2008 Finland, pp. 48-57
  • Egbu, C. and Renukappa, S. (2008) The key drivers for managing sustainability-related knowledge: an empirical study, CIB W102 and W096 Conference on ‘Improving Performance’ organised by W102 Information and Knowledge Management in Building and W096 Architectural Management, June 3-4, 2008, Helsinki, Finland
  • Renukappa, S. and Egbu, C. (2007) The Key Drivers for Implementing Sustainability Initiatives: An Empirical Study, CME25: Construction Management and Economics 25th Anniversary Conference, July 16th-18th, University of Reading, United Kingdom (CD Version)
  • Suresh, S, Egbu, C. and Renukappa, S. (2007)The nature of training provision for knowledge capture in SMEs in the UK construction industry – An empirical study, Third Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built and Natural Environment (PRoBE), 20-22 November, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK, pp 429-438.
  • Renukappa, S. and Egbu, C. (2007) The Key Challenges Associated with Mapping Sustainability-Related Knowledge for Organisational Competitiveness: An empirical study, In: C. P. Lima and M. Bauer (Eds.), Information and Knowledge Management – Helping the Practitioner in Planning and Building (pp 335-344). Stuttgart, Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2008.
  • Suresh, S. and Egbu, C. (2007) The Role of Knowledge Capture for Improved competitiveness in Small and Medium Enterprises in the UK Construction Industry: An Empirical Study, In: C. P. Lima and M. Bauer (Eds.), Information and Knowledge Management – Helping the Practitioner in Planning and Building (pp 194-203). Stuttgart, Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2008.
  • Lee, C. C. and Egbu, C. (2007) Information Technology Tool for the Assessment of Knowledge Gap in Refurbishment projects, In: C. P. Lima and M. Bauer (Eds.), Information and Knowledge Management – Helping the Practitioner in Planning and Building (pp 254-263). Stuttgart, Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2008.
  • Egbu, C. and Renukappa, S. (2006) The Key Challenges Associated with Managing Sustainability-Related Knowledge: An Empirical Study, INCITE/ITCSED 2006, IT Solutions for the Design and Management of Infrastructure Construction Projects, November 15th – 17th, New Delhi, India, Vol 1, ISBN 81-89809-01-6, Edited by Bimal Kumar, pp 177-190
  • Egbu, C. (2006), “Mapping Knowledge for Effective Decision Making and in Bringing about Change in the Provision of Sustainable Urban Environment Solutions”, Global Built Environment: Towards an integrated approach for sustainability(GBEN), 11-12 September, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK, ISBN 978-1-84728-396-2, Edited by Monjur Mourshed, pp 90-97
  • Egbu, C.(2006) Knowledge Mapping and Knowledge Communication in Decision Making and for Providing Effective Solutions for a Sustainable Urban Environment, Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA) 2006, September 7-8, Sivyer, E., The Bartlett School, University College London, London, UK, ISBN: 978-1-84219-307-4, 241-250
  • Renukappa, S., Egbu, C. and Kumar, B. (2006) Knowledge Portal for Addressing Corporate Sustainability Issues: A Conceptual Framework, Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA) 2006, September 7-8, Sivyer, E., The Bartlett School, University College London, London, UK, ISBN: 978-1-84219-307-4, 570-581
  • Suresh, S., Egbu, C. and Kumar, B. (2006) Key Issues for Implementing Knowledge Capture Initiatives in Small and Medium Enterprises in the UK Construction Industry, Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA) 2006, September 7-8, Sivyer, E., The Bartlett School, University College London, London, UK, ISBN: 978-1-84219-307-4, 695-707
  • Olomolaiye, A and Egbu, C. O, (2006) Linking Human Resource Management and Knowledge Management for Performance Improvements: A Case Study Approach, Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA) 2006, September 7-8, Sivyer, E., The Bartlett School, University College London, London, UK, ISBN: 978-1-84219-307-4, 507-516
  • Liyanage, C and Egbu, C. O (2006) Knowledge Management in the Control of Healthcare Associated Infections in Facilities Management Services in Hospitals – its Practices and Challenges, Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA) 2006, September 7-8, Sivyer, E., The Bartlett School, University College London, London, UK, ISBN: 978-1-84219-307-4, 424-434
  • Lee, C, C and Egbu, C. O, (2006)The Development of a Methodology to Match the Client’s Project Requirements with the Knowledge of the Project Team in Refurbishment Projects, Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA) 2006, September 7-8, Sivyer, E., The Bartlett School, University College London, London, UK, ISBN: 978-1-84219-307-4,399-408
  • Train, A and Egbu, C. O, (2006) Maximising the Impact of Knowledge for Innovation in Gaining Competitive Advantage, Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA) 2006, September 7-8, Sivyer, E., The Bartlett School, University College London, London, UK, ISBN: 978-1-84219-307-4, 740-749
  • Renukappa, S. and Egbu, C. (2005), “Managing Corporate Social Responsibility Knowledge for Improved Competitiveness: A Conceptual Framework”, Second Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built And Natural Environment (PRoBE), 16-17 November, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, ISBN 1-903661-82-X, pp 571-582
  • Hari, S.; Egbu, C. O. and Kumar, B. (2005), “The Efficacy of Using Appropriate Techniques and Technologies for Knowledge Capture in Small and Medium Enterprises in Architecture, Engineering and Construction”, Second Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built And Natural Environment (PRoBE), 16-17 November,Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, pp 351-362.
  • Renukappa, S.; Tong, M.K.L.; Hari, S.; Srinivasan, H. and Egbu, C. O. (2005), “The design and development of a dynamic integrated search facility for the enhancement of existing web pages”, Second Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built And Natural Environment (PRoBE), 16-17 November,Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, pp 3-12.
  • Lee, C. C. and Egbu, C. O. (2005), Capturing Client Needs in Refurbishment Projects, Proceedings of the 21st Annual ARCOM Conference, 7-9 Sept 2005, London, Vol. 2, pp. 865 – 874.
  • Lee, C. C. and Egbu, C. O. (2005), The Adoption of the Repertory Grid Technique in Capturing Knowledge for Refurbishment in the Construction Industry, The Second Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built and Natural Environment (PROBE), 16th – 17th Nov 2005, pp. 317 – 326
  • Egbu, C., Greenwood, R., Hari, S and Olomolaiye, A (2005) Mapping knowledge for a sustainable urban environment – Types and benefits. Proceedings of the Second Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built and Natural Environment (PRoBE), 16-17 November, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK, pp 503 – 511. ISBN1-903661-82-X.
  • Olomolaiye, A. and Egbu, C. (2005) Tacit vs. explicit knowledge – The current approaches to knowledge management. Proceedings of the Second Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built and Natural Environment (PRoBE), 16-17 November, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK, pp 503 – 511. ISBN1-903661-82-X.
  • Olomolaiye, A. and Egbu C. (2005) The impact of human resource policies and practices on knowledge management in the construction industry. Proceedings of ARCOM 21st Annual Conference, 7-9 Sept 2005, London.
  • Liyanage, C. and Egbu, C. O. and Tookey, J. (2005) “Investigating the current state of Infection Control Practices in Domestic Services In the National Health Service in Scotland – A case Study Approach”, Proceedings of ARCOM 21st Annual Conference, 7-9 Sept 2005, London, pp. 401 – 410.
  • Olomolaiye, A and Egbu, C (2005)”Trust and Knowledge Management in the Construction Industry” Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Knowledge Management, 8th – 9th September 2005, University of Limerick, Ireland, pp 375 – 382. ISBN 1-905305-06-0
  • Renukappa, S, Egbu C O and Gilmour B (2005) “Knowledge Sharing for Improved Competitiveness in addressing Sustainable Urban Environment Issues: Complexities, Challenges and Techniques” 1st International Conference on Complexity and the Built Environment (becon 2005), September 11-14, A. Halim Boussabaine, J. Lewis, R. J. Kirkham, and G. E, M. Jared, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK. ISBN 09550984-1-6, pp 314 – 327.
  • Charles Egbu, Cynthia ChinTian Lee, David Boyd, Hong Xiao, Ezekiel Chinyo, (2005), Graphical Conveyance of Knowledge Amongst Construction SMEs, CIB W102, Information and Knowledge Management in Global Economy: Challenges and Opportunities for Construction Organisations, 19-20 May 2005, Lisoa, Portugal
  • Cynthia ChinTian Lee, Carolyn Hayles and Charles Egbu, (2005), The Adoption of Requirements Management in the Delivery of Refurbishment Projects, COBRA 2005 (Construction and Building Research Conference), 4-6 July 2005, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Cynthia ChinTian Lee, Charles Egbu, (2005), Information Technology Tool For Building Knowledge Assets For The Small Medium Enterprises, CIB W102, Information and Knowledge Management in Global Economy: Challenges and Opportunities for Construction Organisations, 19-20 May 2005, Lisoa, Portugal
  • Cynthia ChinTian Lee, Charles Egbu, David Boyd, Hong Xiao, Ezekiel Chinyo, (2005), Knowledge Management for Small Medium Enterprises: Capturing and Communicating Learning and Experiences, 4th Triennial CIB W99 Safety Health Environment Quality Conference, 17-20th May 2005, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
  • Egbu, C. and Renukappa, S. (2005) “Integrating Knowledge Management and Six Sigma in Addressing a Sustainable Urban Environment Issues: Critical Success Factors, Tools and Techniques” 3rd International Conference on Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC), 15-17th June, S. Sariyildiz and B. Tuncer, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, ISBN: 9085590574, pp 395-405.
  • Egbu, C. and Renukappa, S. (2005) “Knowledge Management and Capability Maturity Model for Improved Competitiveness: Concepts and Critical Success Factors for a Sustainable Urban Environment” CIB W102 – 2005, International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management in a Global Economy: Challenges and Opportunities for Construction Organizations, 19-20 May, Francisco L Ribeiro, Peter D.E. Love, Colin H Davidson, Charles O Egbu and Branka Dimitrijevic, Lisbon, Portugal, pp 487 -500
  • Egbu, C. and Renukappa, S. (2005) “Change Management Initiatives within a Sustainable Urban Environment: Critical Success Factors” CIB W99 – 2005, 4th Triennial International Conference, Rethinking and Revitalizing Construction Safety, Health, Environment and Quality, 17-20th May, Theo C Haupt and John Smallwood, Port Elizabeth – South Africa, ISBN 0-620-33919-5, pp 389-400
  • Egbu C, Hari S and Kumar (2005) “A Grounded Theory Approach For Studying Knowledge Capture In Small And Medium Enterprises” CIB W102 – 2005, International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management in a Global Economy: Challenges and Opportunities for Construction Organizations, Lisbon, Portugal, to be published.
  • Liyanage C., Egbu C. (2005). Researching into Facilities Management in the Healthcare Sector – A choice of research strategy. Paper submitted for 5th International Postgraduate Research Conference in The Built and Human Environment holding at University of Salford, 14th and 15th April 2005, pp. 494 – 504.
  • Kashyap, M., Anumba, C.J. and Egbu, C. O., (2005) “Decision Support for Avoiding Structural Collapses on Refurbishment Projects”, ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering, Cancun, Mexico, 12-15 July. Proceedings Vol. 179, p171.
  • Kashyap, M., Anumba C.J. and Egbu, C. O.,(2005) “Towards A Decision Support System For Health and Safety Management in Refurbishment Projects “, 4TH Triennial International Conference, Rethinking and Revitalizing Construction Safety, Health, Environment and Quality, Port Elizabeth – South Africa, 17-20 May, pp151-163.
  • David Boyd, Charles Egbu, Ezekiel Chinyio, Hong Xiao and Cynthia ChinTian Lee (2004), Audio Diary and Debriefing for Knowledge Management in SMEs, ARCOM 20th Annual Conference, 1-3 Sept 2004, Heriot Watt University, pp.741 – 747
  • David Boyd, Charles Egbu, Ezekiel Chinyio, Hong Xiao and Cynthia ChinTian Lee (2004), Learning from SME Site Managers through Debriefing, COBRA 2004 (Construction and Building Research Conference), 7-8 September 2004, Leeds Metropolitan University, (Proceedings in CD-ROM)
  • Egbu C. O, Liyanage C. L, Hoy D, Doherty C, O’Brien G and Curran E. (2004), Mapping the Knowledge available to control and avoid HAI: A FM perspective, COBRA 2004: The International Construction Conference – Responding to Change, Ellis R. and Bell M, September 7th and 8th 2004. p.173
  • Egbu C.O, Liyanage C.L, Kashiwagi D. (2004), Non-integration of FM to the core processes of healthcare – problems and solutions, CIB W070 Symposium – Hong Kong, December 7th and 8th 2004, pp.78-89.
  • Hari S, Egbu C and Kumar B (2004) “Knowledge Capture In Small And Medium Enterprises In The Construction Industry: Challenges And Opportunities”. 20th Annual Conference Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) 2004, September 1-3, Farzad Khosrowshahi, University of Herriot-Watt, Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 0953416194, pp 847 – 855.
  • Hari S, Vines M, Egbu C, (2004) “Knowledge management and E-business Initiatives in Small and Medium Sized Construction Organisations” Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA) 2004, September 7-8, Robert Ellis and Malcolm Bell, University of Leeds, Reading, UK. ISBN 1842191993, pp 152
  • Kurul E., Hari S., Egbu C., Vines M, Liyanage C and Olomolaiye A. (2004) Appropriateness of Research Methods for Knowledge Management Research in the UK Construction Industry. Paper submitted for SCRI Symposium holding at University of Salford, 30th – 31st March 2004.
  • Lee C. C. T, Egbu C, (2004), Story Boarding: from tacit to explicit knowledge, 1st International Salford Centre for Research and Innovation (SCRI) Research Symposium, March 30th – 31st 2004, Aouad G, Amaratunga D, Kagioglou M, Ruddock L, Sexton M, Salford University, Manchester, pp. 120 – 130
  • Liyanage C. L, Egbu C, (2004), KM initiatives in the control of infections associated with healthcare facilities, 4th International Postgraduate Research Conference, April 1st – 2nd 2004, Ruddock L, Amaratunga D, Aouad G, Kagioglou M, Sexton M, Salford University, Manchester, pp. 518 – 529, ISBN 0902896636
  • Liyanage C. L. and Egbu C. O. (2004), Development of a PM Framework for FM in the control of infections – An Outline of Methodology, 20th Annual Conference Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), September 1st – 3rd 2004. pp. 321-331
  • Liyanage C. L. and Egbu C. O. (2004), The role of the Built Environment in the control of HAI: A Non-Clinical perspective, COBRA 2004: The International Construction Conference – Responding to Change, Ellis R. and Bell M, September 7th and 8th 2004. p.108
  • Liyanage C.L, Egbu C.O, Kashiwagi D. (2004), An identification of the Clinical and FM inputs in the control of HAI, CIB W070 Symposium – Hong Kong, December 7th and 8th 2004, pp.66-77.
  • Olomolaiye A, Liyanage C L, Egbu C and Kashiwagi D. (2004) Knowledge management for improved performance in facilities management. Proceedings of the Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA), 7-8th September, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. pp 105.
  • Olomolaiye A. and Egbu, C. (2004) The significance of human resource issues in knowledge management within the construction industry – people, problems and possibilities. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 1-3rd September, University of Herriot-Watt, Edinburgh, UK, pp 533-540
  • Olomolaiye A. and Egbu, C. (2004) Motivating Knowledge Workers: The dilemma of HRM’s contribution to knowledge management in the construction industry, 1st International Salford Centre for Research and Innovation (SCRI) Research Symposium, March 30th – 31st 2004, Aouad G, Amaratunga D, Kagioglou M, Ruddock L, Sexton M, Salford University, Manchester, pp. 131 – 141
  • Renukappa, S. and Egbu, C. (2004) Knowledge management: Issues, Challenges and Benefits for a Sustainable Urban Environment, Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA) 2004, September 7-8, Robert Ellis and Malcolm Bell, University of Leeds, Reading, UK. ISBN 1842191993, pp 169.
  • Renukappa, S. and Egbu, C. (2004)Knowledge Mapping: Concepts and Benefits for a Sustainable Urban Environment, 20th Annual Conference Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) 2004, September 1-3, Farzad Khosrowshahi, University of Herriot-Watt, Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 0953416194, pp 905 – 914.
  • Vines M, Hari S, Olomolaiye A, Liyanage C, Lee C, Kurul E, Egbu C, (2004), Lessons learned from knowledge management research: UK construction industry perspective, 4th International Postgraduate Research Conference, April 1st – 2nd 2004, University of Salford. Edited by Ruddock L, Amaratunga D, Aouad G, Kagioglou M, Sexton M, Salford University, Manchester, pp. 570 – 580
  • Vines, M and Egbu, C (2004). Readiness Assessment Process Protocol for E-business Initiatives in Construction Organisations. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management-ARCOM, Heriot Watt University, 1st-3rd September, 2004. Edited by F.Khosrowshahi. ARCOM pp. 595-602. ISBN: 0953416194 (Vol. 1)
  • Boyd, D., Egbu, C., Chinyio, E., Xiao, H and Lee, C. (2004) Audio diary and debriefing for knowledge management in SMEs. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 1-3rd September, University of Herriot-Watt, Edinburgh, UK, pp 741-747
  • Hayles, C and Egbu, C. (2004) Will the knowledge management specialist please stand up! Experiences from the UK construction industry and beyond. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 1-3rd September, University of Herriot-Watt, Edinburgh, UK, pp 805-814
  • Kashiwagi, D., Egbu, C., Kovel, J and Badger, W. W. (2004) Leadership vs. Management in the construction industry. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 1-3rd September, University of Herriot-Watt, Edinburgh, UK, pp 1006-1015
  • Kashiwagi, D., Egbu, C and Koebergen, H. F. (2004) Construction non-performance is a process problem. Proceedings of the Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA), 7-8th September, University of Leeds, UK. pp97
  • Kashiwagi, D., Chong, N., Costilla, M., McMenimen, F and Egbu, C. (2004) Impact of six sigma on construction performance. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 1-3rd September, University of Herriot-Watt, Edinburgh, UK, pp 13-23
  • Boyd, D., Egbu, C., Chinyio, E., Xiao, H and Lee, C. (2004) Learning from SME site managers through debriefing. Proceedings of the Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA), 7-8th September, University of Leeds, Reading, Edinburgh, UK. pp139
  • Egbu, C. O., Liyanage, C. L., Hoy, D., Doherty, C., O’Brien, G and Curran, E. (2004) Mapping the knowledge available to control and avoid healthcare associated infections: A facilities management perspective. Proceedings of the Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA), 7-8th September, University of Leeds, Reading, Edinburgh, UK. pp.173
  • Egbu, C.O., Marino, B., Anumba, C.J., Gottfried, A. and Neale, B. (2004) A comparative analysis of health & safety in refurbishment projects involving demolition and structural instability in the UK and Italy. Proceedings of the CIB World Building Congress 2004, 1-7 May, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, pp. 768-778.
  • Ruikar, K., Anumba, C. J., Al-Ghassani, A., Egbu, C., Kurul, E., Quintas, P. and Hutchinson, V., (2004). ‘Technologies and Techniques for Knowledge Management in UK Construction’, Proceedings of the 1st International on World of Construction Project Management, Toronto, Canada, 27th-28th May, 2004, pp 648-658.
  • Kurul E, Hari S, Egbu C, Vines M, Liyanage C, Olomolaiye A, (2004), Appropriateness of research methods for knowledge management research in the UK construction industry, 1st International Salford Centre for Research and Innovation (SCRI) Research Symposium, March 30th – 31st 2004, Aouad G, Amaratunga D, Kagioglou M, Ruddock L, Sexton M, Salford University, Manchester, pp. 110 – 119, ISBN 090296644
  • Egbu C., Kurul E., Hari S., Vines M., Olomolaiye A., Hinks J. and Liyanage C. (2003). Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital in the Construction Industry: An Agenda for Research. CIB W102 on Information and Knowledge Management in Building. The Centre for the Built Environment, Lighthouse, Glasgow, 22-24 June, (2003).
  • Hari S, Egbu C and Kumar B (2003), ” Processes, Tools And Techniques To Support Knowledge Management Initiatives In Small And Medium Enterprises (SMEs) In The Construction Industry” Proceedings of the 3rd International Postgraduate Research Conference in the Built and Human Environment, Lisbon, 3 – 4 April 2003, pp. 609-618.
  • Hari S, Egbu C and Kumar B (2003), “Knowledge Management for Small and Medium Enterprises – Issues Concerning Culture and Information Technology” 2nd International Conference on Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC), 25th – 27th June 2003, Burleigh Court International Conference Centre, Loughborough University, UK. pp.569-580
  • Hari S, Egbu C and Kumar B (2003), “Knowledge Management Practices In Small and Medium Enterprises in the Construction Industry”. 19th Annual Conference Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) University of Brighton, UK Wed 3 – Fri 5 September 2003, pp 653-660
  • Hari S, Egbu C and Kumar B (2003), “The Use and Exploitation of Information Technology for Knowledge Management in Small and Medium Enterprises In The Construction Industry”, First Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built And Natural Environment (PRoBE), 18-19 November, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK, pp 111 – 121.
  • Liyanage C., Hinks J., Egbu C. (2003). Integrating FM to the core functions of healthcare – Towards improving Quality in Infection Control, Proceedings of The First Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built and Natural Environment held at Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, 18th – 19th November 2003. pp. 213 – 224.
  • Olomolaiye A. and Egbu C. (2003). Investigating Human Resources Dimensions in Knowledge Management – Challenges and Controversies. Proceedings of The First Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built and Natural Environment held at Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow , 18th – 19th November 2003. pp.77-87
  • Vines, M and Egbu, C (2003). Knowledge Management and E-business Initiatives-Deriving and Appropriate Synergy for The Benefit of the Construction Industry Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction-AEC, Loughborough. 25-27th June 2003. Edited by Anumba. C.J pp: 539-548 ISBN: 90 5966 0080
  • Vines, M and Egbu, C (2003). The Role of Knowledge Management in Harnessing the Potential of E-business for Construction Organisations. Proceedings of the 3rd International Postgraduate Research Conference in the Built and Human Environment, ESAI-Lisbon 3-4th 2003. University of Salford. Edited by Ghassan Auoad and Les Ruddock. Pp: 551-519. ISBN: 1 900491 915
  • Vines, M and Egbu, C and Tookey, J (2003). The Role of Knowledge Management in Facilitating E-learning in Construction Organisations: Challenges and Benefits. Proceedings for the First Scottish Conference for Postgraduate researchers of the Built and Natural Environment-PRoBE, Glasgow Caledonian University 18-19 November, 2003. Edited by C.O Egbu and Tong M. K.L, Glasgow Caledonian University. Pp. 161-172 ISBN: 1-903661-50-1
  • Vines, M, Egbu, C and Tookey, J (2003). The Role of Knowledge Management in Facilitating E-learning in Construction Organisations: Challenges and Benefits. Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management-ARCOM, University of Brighton, UK Wed 3 – Fri 5 September 2003 pp: 661-669
  • Ilozor, B.D.; Ilozor, D.B.; Okoroh, M. I., and Egbu, C. (2003), “A range of factors influencing Sydney dwelling sale prices”, Australasian Universities’ Building Educators Association (AUBEA) 2003: Working Together, 28th Annual Conference, Deakin University, Australia, July 9-11, 2003. pp. 223-230. (Single volume)
  • Egbu, C.O. and Tong, M.K.L. (2003) Knowledge and communication flow in construction networks and supply chain: challenges and opportunity. In: Leung, B.Y.P., Kong, S.C.W. and Chan, A.P.L. (eds). Proceedings of the 1st CIB Student Chapters International Symposium – Innovation in Construction and Real Estate, September 26-27, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, pp. 101-110.
  • Ilozor, B.D.; Okoroh, M.I.; Egbu, C. and Archicentre Limited (2003),”Australia’s residential building faults: A view from the State of Victoria”, Australasian Universities’ Building Educators Association (AUBEA) 2003: Working Together, 28th Annual Conference, Deakin University, Australia, July 9-11, 2003. pp. 239-254. (Single volume
  • Egbu, C. O., Marino, B., Anumba, C. J., Gottfried A., Neale, B. (2002), “Managing Health and Safety in Refurbishment Projects involving Demolition and Structural Instability”, in J. Hinks, D. Shiem-Shin Then, S. Buchanan (eds) “Applying and Extending the Global Knowledge Base” proceedings of the CIBW70 commission Facilities management and Maintenance Global Symposium 2002, CIB, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Pp. 315 – 327.
  • Lawson, A., Egbu, C. and Whitehead, P. (2002) “Effective Decision Making by Proxy Clients in Complex Local Authority Projects”. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Decision Making in Urban and Civil Engineering, 6-8 November 2002, London, UK.
  • Lawson, A., Egbu, C. and Whitehead, P. (2002) “The role of proxy clients and their effectiveness in decision making in complex local authority projects”. Proceedings of the 2nd International Postgraduate Research Conference in the Built and Human Environment. 11/12th April. University of Salford; pp. 607 – 617. ISBN 1900491702.
  • Egbu, C. O. (2002) “Knowledge management, intellectual capital and innovation: Their association benefits and challenges for construction organisations”. 10th International Symposium – Construction Innovation and Global Competitiveness, CIB W55/W65, September 9th- 13th, 2002, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA;; vol. 1; pp. 57 – 70 ISBN: 0-8493-1449-6.
  • Egbu, C., Gaskell, C. and Howes, J. (2002) “The Impact of culture, motivational factors and organisational structure on the utilisation and exploitation of IT for teamworking”, 10th International Symposium – Construction Innovation and Global Competitiveness, CIB W55/W65, September 9th- 13th, 2002, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA;; vol. 2; pp. 853 – 869 ISBN: 0-8493-1449-6.
  • Yisa, S. and Egbu, C. (2001) ” Improving Marketing Skills, Competence and Innovations through Knowledge Management”, Proceedings of the 2nd International Construction Marketing Conference, 19 – 20 September, Building Research Establishment, UK., Edited by C. N. Preece. Published by the School of Civil Engineering, University of Leeds, UK.; pp. 26 – 40; ISBN 085316 225 3.
  • Egbu, C., Gaskell, C. and Howes, J. (2001) “The role of organisational culture and motivation in the effective utilisation of information technology for teamworking in construction”. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), University of Salford, September 5 – 7, Vol. 1, pp. 91 – 100.; ISBN 0 9534161 6X, 5 – 7,
  • Egbu, C., Gaskell, C. and Howes, J. (2001) “Information technology for improving teamworking in construction: opportunities and challenges for practice and for research”, Proceedings of the RICS Foundation – Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA), Glasgow Caledonian University, 3rd – 5th September, Edited by John Kelly and Kirsty Hunter, pp. Vol.2, 702 – 710.; ISBN 1-84219 067 9.
  • Egbu, C. and Botterill, K. (2001) “Knowledge management and intellectual capital: Benefits for project based industries”, “, Proceedings of the RICS Foundation – Construction and Building Research Conference (COBRA), Glasgow Caledonian University, 3rd – 5th September, Edited by John Kelly and Kirsty Hunter,, vol. 2, pp. 414- 422; ISBN 1-84219 067 9.
  • Egbu, C., Botterill, K. and Bates, M. (2001) ” The influence of knowledge management and intellectual capital on organisational innovations”. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), University of Salford, September 5 – 7, Vol. 2, pp. 547 – 556
  • Egbu, C. O, Bates, M. and Botterill, K. (2001) “A conceptual research framework for studying knowledge management in project-based environments” Proceedings of the International Postgraduate Research Conference in the Built and Human Environments. 15 – 16th March 2001, University of Salford, UK .
  • Egbu, C. O. (2001) “Knowledge Management and HRM: The role of the Project Manager”. Proceedings of PMI Europe 2001 – A Project Management Odyssey, 6 – 7th June 2001, Café Royal, London, UK .
  • Egbu, C. O. (2001) “Managing innovation in construction organisations: An examination of critical success factors”. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC), 18 – 20th, Burleigh Court International Conference Centre, Loughborough University, UK.
  • Egbu, C.O. (2001) Knowledge management in small and medium enterprises in the construction industry: challenges and opportunities. Managing Knowledge: conversation and Critiques. Proceedings of an international conference convened at the University of Leicester, UK, 10-11th April 2001
  • Egbu, C. O. (2000) ” Knowledge Management in Construction SMEs: Coping with the Issues of Structure, Culture, Commitment and Motivation”. 16th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 6 – 8 September, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK. Vol. 1, pp. 83 – 92. ISBN 0 9534161 43
  • Egbu, C. O.; and Bernard, P. (2000) “Organizational Core Competencies and their Influence on Strategic Partnering in Registered Social Landlords (RSLs)”. 16th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 6 – 8 September, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK. Vol. 1, pp. 127 – 135. ISBN 0 9534161 43
  • Egbu, C. O. (2000) “The role of tacit and explicit knowledge in improving organisational innovations in architecture, engineering and construction”. Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the CIOB Working Commissions W55 and W65 and Task Groups TG23, TG31 and TG35, held at the Department of Construction Management and Engineering, The University of Reading, UK, September 13 – 15th, 4pp.
  • Egbu, C. O. and Serafinska, Z. (2000) “Attitudes to Risk Management in Diverse Project management Environments”. COBRA 2000, RICS Construction and Building Research Conference: The Millennium Conference, 30 August – 1 September, The University of Greenwich, England, UK, pp 73 – 80. ISBN 1-84219-027-X
  • Egbu, C. O. (2000) “Construction Procurement Systems for Refurbishment Projects”. COBRA 2000, RICS Construction and Building Research Conference: The Millennium Conference, 30 August – 1 September, The University of Greenwich, England, UK, pp. 81 – 86. ISBN 1-84219-027-X
  • Egbu, C. O. (2000) “The Role of IT in Strategic Knowledge Management and its Potential in the Construction Industry”. UK National Conference on Objects and Integration for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction. 13 – 14th March 2000, BRE, Watford, UK.
  • Egbu, C. O.; Sturges, J. and Gorse, C. (2000) “Communication of knowledge for innovation within projects and across organisational boundaries”. Congress 2000, 15th World Congress on Project Management, 22 – 25th May, Royal Lancaster Hotel, London, UK.
  • Egbu, C. O.; Gorse, C. and Emmitt, S. (2000) “Innovation and knowledge management: Networks and Networking in the Construction Industry” Proceedings of the CIB W102 Working Group, Finland
  • Egbu, C. O. (2000) Innovation and knowledge management for sustained organisational performance in Architecture, Engineering and Construction, Proceedings of “Detail Design in Construction “Conference, Brighton, UK.
  • Sturges, J. L., Egbu, C.O. and Bates M. B. (1999) “Innovations in Construction” Construction Industry Development in the new Millennium – Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Construction Industry Development, and 1st Conference of CIB TG 29 on Construction in Developing Countries, 27 – 29 October, The Pan Pacific, Singapore.
  • Egbu, C.O.; Sturges, J. and Bates, M. (1999) “Learning from Knowledge Management and Trans-organizational Innovations in Diverse Project Management Environments”. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), Liverpool John Moores University, September 15 – 17, pp. 95 – 103
  • Egbu, C.O. (1999) ” Mechanisms for Exploiting Construction Innovations to Gain Competitive Advantage”. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), Liverpool John Moores University, September 15 – 17, pp. 115 – 123
  • Egbu, C. O. (1999) “Innovations in Construction – Lessons Learned from Four Innovative Organizations”. COBRA 1999, RICS Construction and Building Research Conference, The Challenge of Change: Construction and Building for the New Millennium, 1 – 2 September 1999, School of Construction and Property Management, University of Salford, Volume 1, pp. 161 – 169.
  • Egbu, C. O. and Young, B. A. (1998) “Innovation Management for Refurbishment” Proceedings of the CIB W70 International Symposium on Management, Maintenance & Modernisation of Building facilities. Facilities management and Maintenance – The Way Ahead into the Millennium (Edited by Quah, Lee Kiang), Singapore. 18 – 20 November, pp. 255 – 262.
  • Egbu, C. O.; Henry, J; Kaye, G.R.; Quintas, P.; Schumacher, T.R. and Young, B. A. (1998) “Innovation in Construction: Building capability through collaboration in project based teams”. A paper presented at the Management of Knowledge and Innovation Research Unit (MKIRU) workshop. The Design Council, London, September 30th.
  • T.R. Schumacher; R. Kaye; C. Egbu, and B. Young (1998) “Training champions with multimedia simulation” A paper presented at the International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPM), Vienna, Austria, September 14 – 16.
  • T.R. Schumacher; R. Kaye; C. Egbu, and B. Young (1998) ” Design choices in a multimedia simulation” A paper presented at the Association for Learning Technology Workshop Conference. Oxford, UK. September 21 – 23.
  • Egbu, C. O.; Henry, J; Kaye, G.R.; Quintas, P.; Schumacher, T.R. and Young, B. A. (1998) “Managing organisational innovations in construction”. Proceedings of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), University of Reading, UK. 9 – 11 September, 1998; Vol. 2, pp. 605 – 614.
  • Egbu, C. O., Young, B. A. and Torrance, V. B. (1998) “Planning and control processes and techniques for refurbishment management” The Journal of Construction Management and Economics (CME), Vol. 16, No. 3, May, pp. 315 – 325.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1998) “Attitudes to UK construction procurement systems for refurbishment work”, CIB World Building Congress, 1998, Gavle, Sweden, June 7 – 12; Legal and Procurement Practices – Right for the Environment, Symposium C, pp. 1557 – 1564
  • Egbu, C. O.; Henry, J; Kaye, G.R.; Quintas, P.; Schumacher, T.R. and Young, B. A. (1998) “Cultural and managerial aspects of construction innovations”. The 3rd International Congress on Construction – ‘Construction 21′, 21 – 22 May, Singapore, pp. 93 – 97.
  • Egbu, C. O, Torrance, V. B. and Young, B. A. (1996) ” The procurement of project works in the ship refurbishment and construction industries”, Proceedings of CIB W92 symposium, North meets South: Developing Ideas, Durban, South Africa, pp.130 – 140, 14 – 17 January.
  • Egbu, C. O., Young, B. A. and Torrance, V. B. (1996) “Planning, Control and Decision Making Functions in Construction and Ship Refurbishment Management”, Proceedings of the12th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 11 – 13 September, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK.
  • Young, B. A; Egbu, C. O. and Torrance, V. B. (1996) “Managing Refurbishment Projects in the Construction and Shipping Industries”, 2nd International Congress on Construction: Productivity in construction – International experiences, 5/6 November, Raffles City Convention Centre, Singapore, pp. 201 – 206.
  • Egbu, C. O. (1995) “Management Education and Training for Construction Refurbishment: Are We Meeting the Challenges? Proceedings of the 11th Annual conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction management (ARCOM) 18 – 20 September, University of York, UK.,Vol. 1, pp 53 – 62.
  • DOE (1995) “Learning to Lead”, Commissioned Report. Ed. The Bartlett, University College London (UCL) and The Building Research Establishment (BRE).
  • Egbu, C. O. (1994) Management Education and Training for Refurbishment Works within the Construction Industry, Ph.D. Thesis, Vols. I and II, Department of Civil Engineering and Construction, University of Salford, UK.
  • Young, B. A. and Egbu, C. O. (1994) ” Refurbishment Management: The Way Forward”, Proceedings of CIB W70 International Symposium on management and modernisation of building facilities, 2, pp. 1325 – 1332, 26 – 28 October, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Young, B. A. and Egbu, C. O. (1994) “Refurbishment Management” Proceedings of the First International Conference: Changing Roles of Contractors in Asia Pacific Rim, 9 – 10 May, Hong Kong, pp 111 – 118.
  • Young B. A. and Egbu, C. O. (1994) “Managing in a Refurbishment Environment: 10th Annual Conference, ARCOM, 14 – 16 September, Loughborough, pp 285 – 294.
  • Young, B. A. and Egbu, C. O. (1993), “Education and Training for Refurbishment Management in the U.K. Construction Industry”, Proceedings of CIB W65 International Symposium: Management of Construction, 2, pp. 1283-1288, 15 – 25 September, St. Augustine, Trinidad, West Indies.
  • Young, B. A. and Egbu, C. O. (1993), “The Characteristics and Difficulties Associated with Refurbishment and the Need for Education and Training from a Management Perspective”, Proceedings of 9th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 14 – 16 Sept., Oxford University, U.K. ,pp. 338 – 350.
  • Young, B. A. and Egbu, C. O. (1992), “An Assessment of the Need for Research in the Management of Refurbishment”, Proceedings of CIB W70 Symposium on Management, Maintenance and Modernisation of Buildings, 28 – 30 October, Rotterdam, Holland, Vol. 9,Theme 13.5.
  • Young, B. A. and Egbu, C. O. (1992), “Managing Refurbishment – A Tall Order”, Proceedings of the International Conference: Tall Buildings – Reach for the Sky, 28 – 30 July, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, pp.297 – 302.
  • Young, B. A. and Egbu, C. O. (1992), “A Need for Appropriate Management Training and Education for Refurbishment Within the Construction Industry”, Proceedings of 8th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 18 – 20 September, Douglas, Isle of Man, U.K., pp.261 – 272.