Successful knowledge transfer is an important process which requires continuous\ud improvement in today’s knowledge-intensive economy. However, improving\ud knowledge transfer processes represents a challenge for construction practitioners due\ud to the complexity of knowledge acquisition, codification and sharing. Although\ud knowledge transfer is context based, understanding the critical success factors can\ud lead to improvements in the transfer process. This paper seeks to identify and\ud evaluate the most significant critical factors for improving knowledge transfer\ud processes in Public Private Partnerships/Private Finance Initiatives (PPP/PFI)\ud projects. Drawing upon a questionnaire survey of 52 construction firms located in the\ud UK, data is analysed using Severity Index (SI) and Coefficient of Variation (COV), to\ud examine and identify these factors in PPP/PFI schemes. The findings suggest that a\ud supportive leadership, participation/commitment from the relevant parties, and good\ud communication between the relevant parties are crucial to improving knowledge\ud transfer processes in PFI schemes. Practitioners, managers and researchers can use\ud the findings to efficiently design performance measures for analysing and improving\ud knowledge transfer processes
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