The Importance of Communication in the Design Management Process
The presentation deals with a discussion on Communication, Knowledge Management theories and Stakeholder analysis which are applied to the design management process.
||Communication, Knowledge Transfer, Design Process, Stakeholders, Gender, Culture, Motivation, Needs and Project Culture.
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp.155-168.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.397MB).
Catalina Gandelsonas teaches BA and Ma courses on Urban Design, Design Management, Architectural Technology and Research Methods at the School of the Built environment, University of Westminster (London), and worked until recently as a Senior Research Coordinator at Max Lock Centre (University of Westminster) in various research projects related to Transferring Knowledge for Achieving Development and Localising Habitat Agenda for Achieving Urban Poverty Reduction, both financed by the Department for International Development, London, United Kingdom. As a professional architect-planner and urban designer, she has worked as a consultant for various local authorities in USA and Spain. She has also taught undertaken research and participated in juries at various universities including Berkeley and Princeton in USA, and Buenos Aires, Chile and Mexico in South America. For the past 13 years she has been based in London teaching at University College London and at the University of Westminster combining teaching with research relating to Pakistan, India, Kenya, Brazil and Northern Cyprus.
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