Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

[J45]     Opdyke A., Lepropre, F., Javernick-Will, A. and M. Koschmann.  “Inter-Organizational Resource Coordination in Post-Disaster Infrastructure Recovery.” Construction Management and Economics. 10.1080/01446193.2016.1247973

[J44]     Koschmann, M., Kopczynski, J., Opdyke, A., and Javernick-Will, A. (2017) “Constructing Authority in Disaster Relief Coordination.” Electronic Journal of Communication. 29 (1-2).

[J43]     Opdyke, A., Javernick-Will, A., and Koschmann, M. (2017) “Infrastructure Hazard Resilience Trends: An Analysis of 25 years of Research.” Natural Hazards. 87 (2), 773-789. doi: 10.1007/s11069-017-2792-8

[J42]     Zerio, A., Opdyke, A., and A. Javernick-Will (2016). “Characterizing Post-Disaster Reconstruction Training Methods and Learning Styles”. Engineering Project Organization Journal. 6 (2-4), 142-154. doi: 10.1080/21573727.2016.1257484

[J41]     Antillon, E., Molenaar, K., and A. Javernick-Will (2016).  “Evaluating the Effect of Contract Timing on Life Cycle Design Innovation in Public-Private Partnerships: A Comparative Case Study of Highway Projects”.  Journal of Construction Engineering and Management. 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0001239

[J40]     Deniz, D., Arneson, E., Liel, A., Dashti, S., and A. Javernick-Will (2016). “Flood Loss Models for Residential Buildings Based on the 2013 Colorado Floods”. Natural Hazards. 10.1007/s11069-016-2615-3.

[J39]     Litchfield, K. and A. Javernick-Will (2016). “Socially Engaged Engineers’ Career Interests and Experiences: A Miner’s Canary”. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education. 10.1061/(ASCE)EI.1943-5541.0000303.

[J38]     Jordan, E., Javernick-Will, A. and Tierney, K. (2016).  “Post-Tsunami Recovery in Tamil Nadu, India: Combined Social and Infrastructural outcomes”. Natural Hazard:10.1007/s11069-016-2489-4.

[J37]     Poleacovschi, C. and A. Javernick-Will. (2016).  “Spanning Knowledge Across Subgroups and Its Effects on Individual Performance”. Journal of Management in Engineering. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.0000423.

[J36]     Litchfield, K., Javernick-Will, A., and A. Maul (2016).  “Technical and Professional Skills of Engineers Involved and Not Involved in Engineering Service.” Journal of Engineering Education.  105(1): 70-92.  DOI: 10.1002/jee.20109

[J35]     Litchfield, K. and A. Javernick-Will (2016). “Social Appeal: Service activities may attract a more altruistic, broad-minded group to engineering”. PRISM, JEE Selects, p.39. (1 page review).

[J34]     Litchfield, K. and A. Javernick-Will (2015). “I am an Engineer AND’: A Mixed-Methods Study of Socially Engaged Engineers”. Journal of Engineering Education. 104(4): 393-4166. DOI: 10.1002/jee.20102

[J33]    Wanberg, J., Javernick-Will, A., Taylor, J. and Paul Chinowsky (2015). “A Useful Knot or a Deadly Noose?: The Effects of Organizational Divisions on Informal Knowledge Sharing Networks”. Engineering Project Organizations Journal DOI: 10.1080/21573727.2015.1059823.

[J32]     Walters, J. and Amy Javernick-Will (2015).  “Management of Rural Water Services in Nicaragua: A Systemic Network Approach to Evaluating Stakeholder Alignment”. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology. 22(4): 358-367.  DOI: 10.1080/13504509.2015.1053999

[J31]     Jordan, E., Javernick-Will, A., and B. Amadei (2015). “Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Lessons from Nagapattinam District, India”. Development in Practice 25(4): 518-534. DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2015.1028334

[J30]     Senesi, C., Javernick-Will, A., and Keith Molenaar (2015). “Benefits and Barriers to Applying Probabilistic Risk Analysis on Engineering and Construction Projects”. Engineering Management Journal 27(2): 2449-2458. DOI:10.1080/10429247.2015.1035965

[J29]     Walters, J. and Amy Javernick-Will (2015). “Long-term functionality of rural water services in developing countries: A system dynamics approach to understanding the dynamic interaction of factors”. Environmental Science and Technology. 49(8): 5035-5043. 

[J28]     Berteaux, F. and Amy Javernick-Will (2015). “Adaptation and Integration for Multinational Project-Based Organizations”.  Journal of Management in Engineering. 31(6). DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.00003666, 0415008.

[J27]     Wanberg, J., Javernick-Will, A., Taylor, J. and P. Chinowsky (2015). “Spanning Cultural and Geographic Barriers with Knowledge Pipelines in Multi-national Communities of Practice”. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 141(4):04014091-1 – 04014091-10  DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0000955

[J26]     Jordan, E. and Amy Javernick-Will (2014).  “Determining Causal Factors of Community Recovery”. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 32(3): 405-427.

[J25]     Jordan, E., Javernick-Will, A. and Bernard Amadei (2014).  A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Neighborhood Recovery Following Hurricane Katrina. International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment. 5(4): 391-412 [Honorary Commended Paper Award]. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJDRBE-03-2013-0006

[J24]     Kaminsky, J. and Amy Javernick-Will (2014). “The Internal Social Sustainability of Sanitation Organizations”. Environmental Science and Technology 48(17): 10028-10035. Published online: August 7, 2014. DOI: 10.1021/es501608p

[J23]    Kaminsky, J. and Amy Javernick-Will (2015). “Theorizing the Internal Social Sustainability of Sanitation Organizations”. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 141(2): 04014071-1 – 04014071-10. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0000933

[J22]    Litchfield, K., Javernick-Will, A., and Paterson, K. (2014).  “Exploring EWB-USA Members’ Descriptions of Self, Engineers, and their Fellow Members.”  International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, 9(1): 24-39.

[J21]    Chatterley, C.*, Javernick-Will, A., Linden, K., Alam, K., Bottinelli, L., and Venkatesh, M. (2014).  “A qualitative comparative analysis of well-managed school sanitation in Bangladesh”.   BMC Public Health 14(6): 1-16.

[J20]    Litchfield, K., and Amy Javernick-Will (2014).  “Investigating Gains from EWB-USA Involvement”. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, 140(1).

[J19]    Chatterley, C.*, Linden, K.G., and Amy Javernick-Will (2013). “Identifying Drivers of Sustainable School Sanitation in Belize”. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development 3(3):441-422.

[J18]    Javernick-Will, A. (2013). “Local Embeddedness and knowledge management strategies for project-based multi-national firms”. Engineering Management Journal 25(3): 16-26.

[J17]    Kaminsky, J. and Amy Javernick-Will. (2013) “Contested Factors for Sustainability:  The Construction and Management of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems”. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 139(12).

[J16]    Sanei, M., Javernick-Will, A. and Chinowsky, P (2013). “Transferring Knowledge within and between generations in communities of practice”. Construction Management and Economics  31(9): 991-1004.

[J15]    Molenaar, K., Javernick-Will, A., Bastias, A., Wardwell, M. and Saller, K (2013). “Construction Project Peer Reviews as an Early Indicator of Project Success”. Journal of Management in Engineering, 29(4): 327-333.

[J14]    Alsamadani, R.*, Hallowell, M. and Amy Javernick-Will (2013). “Measuring and Modeling Safety Communication in Small Work Crews in the US using Social Network Analysis”. Construction Management and Economics 31(6):568-579.

[J13]     Alsamadani, R*. , Hallowell, M., Javernick-Will, A. and Cabello, J. (2013). “Relationships among language proficiency, communication patterns and safety performance in small work crews in the US”. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 139(9): 1125-1134.

[J12]    Arnold, P., and Amy Javernick-Will (2013).  “Project wide access: the key to effective construction information communication technology platforms”. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 139(5): 510-518.

[J11]    Jordan, E., and Amy Javernick-Will (2013). “Indicators of Community Recovery: A Content Analysis and Delphi Approach”. Natural Hazards Review 14(1): 21-28.

[J10]    Levitt, R., Chuan-Min A. Wang, S. Ping Ho and Amy Javernick-Will (2013). “Encouraging Knowledge Sharing in Engineering Firms, Part (II): Game Theory Analysis and Firm Strategies “.Engineering Project Organization Journal 3(1): 22-31.

 [J9]     Levitt, R., Chuan-Min A. Wang, S. Ping Ho and Amy Javernick-Will (2012). “Encouraging Knowledge Sharing in Engineering Firms- Part I: Incentives, Disincentives, and the Impacts of Firm Context”. Engineering Project Organization Journal 2(4), 231-239.

 [J8]     Javernick-Will, A. (2012). “Motivating knowledge sharing in engineering and construction organizations: the power of social motivations.” Journal of management in engineering, 28(2): 193-202.

 [J7]     Zerjav, V.*, Timo Hartmann, and Amy Javernick-Will (2012). “Internal Governance of Design and Engineering: Case of the Multinational Firm.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 138:1, 135-143.

[J6]     Jordan, E., Martha Gross, Amy Javernick-Will and Michael Garvin. (2011) “Use and mis-use of Qualitative Comparative Analysis: A Promising Approach for Construction Research”.  Construction Management and Economics, 29:11, 159-1173.

[J5]      Javernick-Will, A.  (2011) “Knowledge-sharing connections across geographical boundaries in global intra-firm networks”. Engineering Project Organizations Journal 1:4, 239-253.

[J4]     Chi, S.F.* and Amy Javernick-Will (2011).  “Institutional effects on project arrangement: High-speed rail projects in China and Taiwan.” Construction Management and Economics 29:6, 595-611.

[J3]     Javernick-Will, A. and W. Richard Scott (2010). “Who Needs to Know What? Institutional Knowledge and International Projects.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 136:5, 546-557.

[J2]     Javernick-Will, A., and Raymond E. Levitt† (2010). “Mobilizing Institutional Knowledge for International Projects.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 136:4, 430-441.

[J1]     Javernick-Will, A. (2009). “Organizational learning during internationalization: acquiring local institutional knowledge”.  Construction Management and Economics 27:8, 783-797.  

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

[B3]    Jordan, E. and Amy Javernick-Will (2015). “Pathways to Livelihood Recovery: a Study of Tsunami-Affected Communities in Tamil Nadu, India,” in Michèle Companion, ed. forthcoming 2015. Disasters’ Impact on Livelihood and Cultural Survival: Losses, Opportunities, and Mitigation. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. Chapter 13.

[B2]   Javernick-Will, Amy and W. Richard Scott (2011). “Who Needs to Know What?: Institutional Knowledge and Global Projects” in Global Projects : Institutional and Political Challenges, Cambridge University Press (released July 25, 2011).

[B1]   Javernick-Will, Amy and Timo Hartmann (2011).  “Knowledge Management in Global Environments” in: Organization Management in Construction, Chinowsky, P. and Songer, T. Eds. Taylor and Francis (released January 12, 2011).

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

[C59]   Palagi, S., and A. Javernick-Will (2016). “(Ostensibly) Invulnerable Distances: Investigating the Role of Post-Disaster Relocation for Holistic Risk Reduction” Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Urban Disaster Reduction, Wellington New Zealand, October, 2016.

[C58]   Palagi, S., Jopson, T., and A. Javernick-Will (2016).  “Efforts to design wastewater treatment systems for Tacloban North relocation sites”. USMCA2016: New Technologies for Urban Safety of Mega Cities in Asia, Tacloban, Philippines, November 2016.

[C57]   Linden, K., Javernick-Will, A., Amadei, B., Klees, K,. and Sandekian, R. “Engineering in Developing Communities: Curriculum Development around Graduate Certificate and Professional MS Programs.” 2016 Engineering Education for Sustainable Development Conference, Bruges, Belgium, September 2016.

[C56]   Poleacovschi, C. and A. Javernick-Will (2016).  “A relational view explaining the process of knowledge seeking”. 2016 Engineering Project Organization Conference, Seattle, WA, USA, June 2016.

[C55]   Opdyke, A., Javernick-Will, A., Koschmann, M., and H. Moench (2016).  “A Constitutive Communication Lens of Stakeholder Participation in Post-Disaster Construction”. 2016 Engineering Project Organization Conference, Seattle, WA, USA, June 2016.[1]

[C54]   Arneson, E., Javernick-Will, A., Hallowell, M. and W. Thompson (2016). “Construction Capacity:  The Role of Regional Construction Supply Chain Resources in Post-Disaster Rebuilding”. 2016 Engineering Project Organization Conference, Seattle, WA, USA, June 2016.

[C53]   Ferrara, S., Mohammadi, N., Taylor, J., and A. Javernick-Will (2016).  “Exploring Generational Preferences toward Information and Communication Technologies in Virtual Teams”. 2016 Engineering Project Organization Conference, Seattle, WA, USA, June 2016.

[C52]   Zerio, A., Opdyke, A., and A. Javernick-Will (2016).  “Post-Disaster Reconstruction Training Effectiveness”. 2016 Engineering Project Organization Conference, Seattle, WA, USA, June 2016.

[C50]   Poleacovschi, C., A. Javernick-Will, and T. Tong (2016).  “Searching for knowledge and experts in engineering and construction organizations”. 2016 Construction Research Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA, May 2016.

[C49]   Opdyke, A., Javernick-Will, A., Koschmann M., and H. Moench (2016). “Characterizing Post-Disaster Shelter Design and Material Selection: Lessons from Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines”. 2016 Construction Research Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA, May 2016.

[C48]   Mohammadi, N., Taylor, J. and A. Javernick-Will (2016).  “Team Building Moderators of Engineering and Construction Industry Virtual Team Performance”. 2016 Construction Research Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA, May 2016.

[C47]   Arneson, E., Deniz, D., Javernick-Will, A., Liel, A. and S. Dashti (2016). “Information Deficits and Post-Disaster Recovery”.  2016 Construction Research Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA, May 2016.

[C46]    Palagi, S. and A. Javernick-Will.  (2015). “Achieving Risk Reduction and Infrastructure Recovery after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami: A Comparison between India and Sri Lanka”.  2015 Engineering Project Organizations Conference (EPOC), Edinburgh, Scotland, June 2015.

[C45]    Opdyke, A., Javernick-Will, A. M. Koschmann, and H.Moench (2015). “Emergent Coordination Practice in Post-Disaster Planning of Infrastructure Systems”. 2015 Engineering Project Organizations Conference (EPOC), Edinburgh, Scotland, June 2015.

[C44]    Poleacovschi, C. and A. Javernick-Will (2015).  “Assessing expertise for knowledge searching using Bordeau’s Habitus”. 2015 Engineering Project Organizations Conference (EPOC), Edinburgh, Scotland, June 2015. *Winner of the Best Paper Award*

[C43]    Antillon, E., Javernick-Will, A. and K. Molenaar (2015).  “The Influence of Project Delivery Methods on the Life Cycle Design Decision-Making Process of Transportation Projects: A Case Study. International Construction Specialty Conference (ICSC’15), Vancouver, Canada, May 2015.

[C42]    Poleacovschi, C. and A. Javernick-Will (2015). “Do Strong or Weak ties matter in knowledge sharing networks?”. International Construction Specialty Conference (ICSC’15), Vancouver, Canada, May 2015.

[C41]    Soden, R., Palen, L., Chase, C., Deniz, D., Arneson, E., Sprain, L., Goldstein, B., Liel, A., Javernick-Will, A., and S. Dashti, (2015). “The Polyvocality of Resilience: Discovering a Research Agenda through Interdisciplinary Investigation & Community Engagement”.  12th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, Kristiansand, Norway, May 2015.

[C40]    Opdyke, A. and A. Javernick-Will (2014). “Building Coordination Capacity: Post-Disaster Organizational Twitter Networks.” Proceedings of the 2014 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, San Jose, CA, October 2014.

[C39]    Knight, D., Litchfield, K. and A. Javernick-Will (2014). “Engineers Without Borders: An Empirical Investigation of Member’s Defining Characteristics”. 2014 Frontiers in Education Conference, Madrid, Spain, October 2014.

[C38]    Wanberg, J. and A. Javernick-Will (2014). “Organizational Tetris: Reducing Collaborative gaps by classifying knowledge sharing relationships”.  2014 Engineering Organizations Conference, Granby, CO, July 2014.

[C37]    Walters, J., Javernick-Will, A. and Chinowsky, P. (2014). “Rural Water Services Sustainability: Causal Loop Systems Diagram”. 2014 Engineering Organizations Conference, Granby, CO, July 2014.

[C36]    Opdyke, A. and A. Javernick-Will (2014). “Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Systems: The Role of Coordination, Stakeholder Participation, and Training in Post-Disaster Construction”.  2014 Engineering Organizations Conference, Granby, CO, July 2014.

[C35]    Poleacovschi, C. and A. Javernick-Will (2014). “The price of selling knowledge: the commoditization of knowledge in a construction and engineering organization”. 2014 Engineering Organizations Conference, Granby, CO, July 2014.

[C34]    Poleacovschi, C. and A. Javernick-Will (2014). How are gender issues addressed in construction engineering and its consequences? 2014 American Society of Engineering Education International Forum, Indianapolis, IN, June 2014.

[C33]    Litchfield, K., Javernick-Will, A. and Knight, D (2014). “Education Without Borders: Exploring the Achievement of ABET Learning Outcomes through Engineers Without Borders-USA”.  2014 American Society of Engineering Education International Forum, Indianapolis, IN, June 2014.

[C32]  Litchfield, K. and Amy Javernick-Will (2014). Distinguishing Engineers of the Future: Comparisons with EWB-USA Members. 2014 American Society of Engineering Education Conference, Indianapolis, IN, June 2014.

[C31]   Litchfield, K. Javernick-Will, A. and Cathy Leslie (2014). “Collaborative Research: Gender Diversity, Identity and EWB-USA”. 2014 American Society of Engineering Education Conference, Indianapolis, IN, June 2014.

[C30]   Jordan, E. and Amy Javernick-Will (2014). “Success and Failures of the Post-Tsunami Housing Reconstruction Program in Tamil Nadu, India”.  2014 Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014. 

[C29]   Wanberg, J. and Amy Javernick-Will (2014). “Worth One¹s Salt?: The Usefulness of knowledge sharing connections”.  2014 Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

[C28]   Litchfield, K. and Amy Javernick-Will (2013). “A New Vision: Changed Engineering Outcome Expectations through EWB-USA”.  2013 Frontiers in Education Conference, Oklahmoa City, OK, Oct 2013.

[C27]   Jordan, E. and Amy Javernick-Will (2013). “Pathways to Community Recovery Following the 2004 Tsunami in Tamil Nadu, India”.  2013 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, Granby, CO, July 2013.

[C26]   Berteaux, F., Javernick-Will, A. and Cheryl Chi (2013). “Adaptation and Integration for Multinational Project-Based Organizations”.  2013 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, Granby, CO, July 2013.

[C25]   Kaminsky, J. and Amy Javernick-Will (2013).  “Sanitation System Legitimacy in Bangladesh”. 2013 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, Granby, CO, July 2013.

[C24]   Wanberg, J. and Javernick-Will, A. Taylor, J.E. and Paul Chinowsky (2013). “A Useful Knot or a Deadly Noose?:  The Effects of Organizational Divisions on Informal Knowledge Sharing Networks”.  2013 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, Granby, CO, July 2013.

[C23]   Litchfield, K. and Amy Javernick-Will (2013). “Exploring Motivations for Engineers Without Borders-USA”.  2013 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, Granby, CO, July 2013.

[C22]   Litchfield, K. and Amy Javernick-Will (2012). “Perceptions of Engineering Identity: Diversity and EWB-USA”. 2012 Frontiers in Education Conference, Seattle, WA, October 2012.

[C21]   Wanberg, J., Javernick-Will, A., Chinowsky, P. and John Taylor (2012). “Near and Far”; The Mechanics and Dynamics of Boundary Spanning Knowledge Sharing Connections in Engineering and Construction Organizations”. 2012 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, Netherlands, July 2012.

[C20]   Jordan, E. Javernick-Will, A., and Bernard Amadei (2012).  “A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Neighborhood Recovery following Hurricane Katrina”.  2012 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, Netherlands, July 2012.

[C19]   Alsamadani, R.*, Hallowell, M., Javernick-Will, A. and Jay Cabello (2012). “Relationships among language proficiency, communication patterns, and safety performance in small work crews in the United States”.  2012 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, Netherlands, July 2012. *BEST PAPER AWARD

[C18]   Litchfield, K., Javernick-Will, A., and Cathy Leslie (2012).  Collaborative Research: Gender Diversity, Identity, and EWB-USA. 2012 American Society of Engineering Education Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 2012.

[C17]   Wanberg, J. and Amy Javernick-Will (2012). Long and High Jumps: Knowledge Sharing Connections that span Geographic and Disciplinary Boundaries in Interdisicplinary Intra-Firm Networks.  2012 Construction Research Congress, West Lafayette, IN, May 2012.

[C16]   Jordan, E. and Amy Javernick-Will (2012).  Measuring Community Resilience and Recovery: A Content Analysis of Indicators 2012 Construction Research Congress, West Lafayette, IN, May 2012. *BEST PAPER AWARD

[C15]   Senesi, C., Javernick-Will A., and Keith Molenaar (2012). Barriers to Applying Probabilistic Risk Analysis in Design and Construction Projects.  2012 Construction Research Congress, West Lafayette, IN, May 2012.

[C14]   Kaminsky, J. and Amy Javernick-Will (2012).  Factors Influencing Design-Life Infrastructure Sustainability.  2012 Construction Research Congress, West Lafayette, IN, May 2012.

[C13]   Kaminsky, J., Casias, C., Javernick-Will, A., and Cathy Leslie (2012). Expected Outcomes of a Construction Career: Gender Identity and Engineer’s without Borders-USA. 2012 Construction Research Congress, West Lafayette, IN, May 2012.

[C12]   Chatterley C.*, Javernick-Will, A. and Karl Linden (2011).  WASH in Belizean Schools: Returning to Learn from Successes and Challenges. 2011 UNC WASH Conference.

[C11]   Javernick-Will, A. (2011). Intra-firm, interdisciplinary networks in multi-national engineering organizations. 2011 MISBE Conference.  Amsterdam, Netherlands, June, 2011.

[C10]   Javernick-Will, A. (2011). Establishing knowledge-sharing connections across boundaries in multi-disciplinary, multi-national CoP’s.  2011 EPOC Conference. Estes Park, Colorado, August, 2011.  *BEST PRESENTATION AWARD

[C9]     Jordan, E., Javernick-Will A., and Bernard Amadei (2011). Pathways to Community Recovery and Resiliency. 2011 EPOC Conference. Estes Park, Colorado, August 2011. *OUTSTANDING PHD STUDENT AWARD

[C8]     Kaminsky, J., and Amy Javernick-Will (2011).  Sanitation Networks in Developing Communities.  2011 EPOC Conference. Estes Park, Colorado, August 2011.

[C7]     Javernick-Will, A. (2010). “The Embedment of a Knowledge Management Program in an Engineering Organization”. 2010 CRC (Construction Research Council) Conference, Banff, Canada May, 2010.

[C6]     Javernick-Will, A., Chinowsky, P. and Christopher Senesi (2010). Disasters: Impact of Country Level Variables on Recovery Progression Engineering Project Organizations Conference. Tahoe, CA, November 2010.

[C5]     Javernick-Will, A. (2010). The paradox of embeddedness:  Local knowledge and knowledge management strategies for multi-national project-based firms. 2010 American Society of Engineering Management Conference. Northwest Arkansas, Arkansas, October, 2010.

[C4]     Javernick-Will, A. and Raymond E. Levitt† (2009). “Acquiring Local Knowledge for International Projects.” ASCE Construction Research Congress, Seattle, WA, April 2009.

[C3]     Javernick-Will, A. and Raymond E. Levitt† (2009). “Knowledge as a contingency Variable for Organizing Knowledge management solutions”. 2009 ASCE LEAD Conference, Lake Tahoe, California, November 2009.

[C2]     Zerjav, V.* and Amy Javernick-Will (2009). “Motivators and Critical Factors for Worksharing in Design and Engineering Networks”. 2009 ASCE LEAD Conference, Lake Tahoe, California, November, 2009.

[C1]     Javernick-Will, A., Levitt, R.E.†, and W. Richard Scott (2008). “Mobilizing Knowledge for International Projects”. 2008 ASCE LEAD Conference, Lake Tahoe, California, October 2008.  *BEST PAPER AWARD.