Professor Dilanthi Amaratunga
Professor Dilanthi Amaratunga
Global Disaster Resilience Centre , University of Huddersfield, UK
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Quantitative and qualitative research in the built environment: application of “mixed” research approach
D Amaratunga, D Baldry, M Sarshar, R Newton
Work study, 2002
Moving from performance measurement to performance management
D Amaratunga, D Baldry
Facilities 20 (5/6), 217-223, 2002
Assessment of facilities management performance in higher education properties
D Amaratunga, D Baldry
Facilities 18 (7/8), 293-301, 2000
Case study methodology as a means of theory building: performance measurement in facilities management organisations
D Amaratunga, D Baldry
Work Study 50 (3), 95-105, 2001
Process improvement through performance measurement: the balanced scorecard methodology
D Amaratunga, D Baldry, M Sarshar
Work Study 50 (5), 179-189, 2001
Tacit knowledge and organisational performance: construction industry perspective
CP Pathirage, DG Amaratunga, RP Haigh
Journal of knowledge management, 2007
Building performance evaluation in higher education properties
D Amaratunga, D Baldry
Facilities 18 (7/8), 293-301, 2000
Attitudes and perceptions of construction workforce on construction waste in Sri Lanka
U Kulatunga, D Amaratunga, R Haigh, R Rameezdeen
Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, 2006
Performance measurement in the food supply chain: a balanced scorecard approach
D Amaratunga, U Kulatunga, C Liyanage, B Bigliardi, E Bottani
Facilities, 2010
An integrative review of the built environment discipline's role in the development of society's resilience to disasters
R Haigh, D Amaratunga
International journal of disaster resilience in the built environment 1 (1 …, 2010
A conceptual framework to measure facilities management performance
D Amaratunga, D Baldry
Property management 21 (2), 171-189, 2003
Application of the balanced score-card concept to develop a conceptual framework to measure facilities management performance within NHS facilities
D Amaratunga, R Haigh, M Sarshar, D Baldry
International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance 15 (4), 141-151, 2002
Measuring customer satisfaction of FM service in housing sector
D Amaratunga, U Kulatunga, C Liyanage, ECM Hui, X Zheng
Facilities, 2010
Knowledge management practices in facilities organisations: a case study
C Pathirage, R Haigh, D Amaratunga, D Baldry
Journal of Facilities Management, 2008
Post-disaster reconstruction of the built environment: Rebuilding for resilience
D Amaratunga, R Haigh
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Performance measurement in facililities management and its relationships with management theory and motivation
D Amaratunga, D Baldry
Facilities 20 (10), 327-336, 2002
Attaining improved resilience to floods: a proactive multi‐stakeholder approach
D Amaratunga, R Haigh, L Bosher, A Dainty, P Carrillo, J Glass, A Price
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 2009
Knowledge model for post-disaster management
A Kaklauskas, D Amaratunga, R Haigh
International journal of strategic property management 13 (2), 117-128, 2009
The role of philosophical context in the development of theory: Towards methodological pluralism
CP Pathirage, RDG Amaratunga, RP Haigh
The Built and Human Environment Review 1 (1), 2007
Building up resilienc e of construction sector SMEs and their supply chains to extreme weather events
G Wedawatta, B Ingirige, D Amaratunga
International Journal of Strategic Property Management 14 (4), 362-375, 2010
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