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Lecturer's pedagogical attributes and teaching quality for construction and engineering education in UK universities: mediating effect of research informed teaching (2023)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D., Moobela, C., Leitch, K., Dan-Jumbo, N., Dania, A., Akoh, S. R. R., & Esangbedo, P. (online). Lecturer's pedagogical attributes and teaching quality for construction and engineering education in UK universities: mediating effect of research informed teaching. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1108/jarhe-05-2023-0216

Purpose Researchers have opined that the quality of commitment to pedagogical approaches by lecturers is one of the most important factors in determining student academic success. The purpose of this paper is to analyse the mediating effect of resea... Read More about Lecturer's pedagogical attributes and teaching quality for construction and engineering education in UK universities: mediating effect of research informed teaching.

The Factors of Transformational Leadership Style for Construction Projects: a Case of Nigerian Construction Industry (2023)
Journal Article
Olasunkanmi, F.-F. O., Ikediashi, D. I., & Belonwu, C. C. (2023). The Factors of Transformational Leadership Style for Construction Projects: a Case of Nigerian Construction Industry. Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, 10(8), c523-c537

The construction process owes as much importance as the success of the product. Therefore, the role of a project manager (PM) who coordinates both process and product is inevitable. This aim of this study is to assess factors of transformational lead... Read More about The Factors of Transformational Leadership Style for Construction Projects: a Case of Nigerian Construction Industry.

Influence of digitalisation adoption level on construction project delivery in Nigeria (2023)
Journal Article
Okpo, H., Ikediashi, D., & Dania, A. (2023). Influence of digitalisation adoption level on construction project delivery in Nigeria. Frontiers in Engineering and Built Environment, 3(4), 221-232. https://doi.org/10.1108/febe-01-2023-0008

Purpose The rate of project failure across the globe seems to reinforce poor performance as a norm. However, engagement with construction digitalisation (CD) represents a departure point for improving project performance. Amidst researchers' recent... Read More about Influence of digitalisation adoption level on construction project delivery in Nigeria.

Facilities management strategic roles and services quality performance in Nigeria's banking sector (2023)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I. (online). Facilities management strategic roles and services quality performance in Nigeria's banking sector. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, https://doi.org/10.1108/JEDT-06-2022-0313

Purpose-Facilities management (FM) as a strategic management tool has been an attractive research topic among scholars and practitioners alike for decades. The primary purpose of this paper is threefold: to assess the extent of use of FM roles (strat... Read More about Facilities management strategic roles and services quality performance in Nigeria's banking sector.

Assessing the factors of transactional leadership style for construction projects: a case of Nigerian construction industry (2023)
Journal Article
Olasunkanmi, F. O., Ikediashi, D. I., & Ajiero, I. R. (online). Assessing the factors of transactional leadership style for construction projects: a case of Nigerian construction industry. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, https://doi.org/10.1108/jedt-01-2022-0012

Purpose The role of construction industry in harnessing human and material resources of a nation cannot be overemphasised; hence, the emergence of the requirement of leadership. This study aims to assess the usage of factors of transactional leaders... Read More about Assessing the factors of transactional leadership style for construction projects: a case of Nigerian construction industry.

Factors Inhibiting Digital Transformation of Indigenous Construction Firms in Nigeria (2022)
Journal Article
Okpo, A. H., Ikediashi, D., & Ansa, O. A. (2022). Factors Inhibiting Digital Transformation of Indigenous Construction Firms in Nigeria. Covenant Journal of Research in the Built Environment, 10(2), 1-12

Despite the inherent benefits that digitalisation brings to businesses across sectors, indigenous construction firms in developing countries like Nigeria seem unprepared and reluctant to embrace the digital trend. Qualitative research technique was a... Read More about Factors Inhibiting Digital Transformation of Indigenous Construction Firms in Nigeria.

Barriers to BIM for facilities management adoption in Nigeria: a multivariate analysis (2022)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., Ansa, O. A., Ujene, A. O., & Akoh, S. R. (online). Barriers to BIM for facilities management adoption in Nigeria: a multivariate analysis. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation, https://doi.org/10.1108/ijbpa-04-2022-0058

Purpose Building information modelling (BIM) has been established in the literature as a successful platform that creates an intelligent virtual model for processing data from conceptual design through construction to operational stage of a facility... Read More about Barriers to BIM for facilities management adoption in Nigeria: a multivariate analysis.

Mitigating Climate Change Impacts in Buildings using Passive Design Strategies: Putting Costs to Contexts (2022)
Journal Article
Ekung, S., Ikediashi, I., & Emmanuel, U. (2022). Mitigating Climate Change Impacts in Buildings using Passive Design Strategies: Putting Costs to Contexts. Green Building & Construction Economics, 3(1), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.37256/gbce.3120221283

Across the global construction industry, climate change mitigation is achieved using design and construction practices that optimise energy efficiency. The scope of these practices varies with regional contexts. In Nigeria and other regions, their ad... Read More about Mitigating Climate Change Impacts in Buildings using Passive Design Strategies: Putting Costs to Contexts.

Exploring the effects of positive organizational behaviour (POB) models on occupational eustress amongst construction employees (2021)
Journal Article
Ogwueleka, A. C., & Ikediashi, D. I. (2021). Exploring the effects of positive organizational behaviour (POB) models on occupational eustress amongst construction employees. Journal of Construction Business and Management, 5(1), 38-46. https://doi.org/10.15641/jcbm.5.1.1041

The general perspective of organizational behaviour (OB) has been characterized more by negativity than positively. The introduction of a positive approach into OB is known as positive organizational behaviour (POB), which focuses on employees' posit... Read More about Exploring the effects of positive organizational behaviour (POB) models on occupational eustress amongst construction employees.

Inventory Management and Construction Project Delivery in Nigeria (2020)
Book Chapter
Ikediashi, D., & Udo, G. (2020). Inventory Management and Construction Project Delivery in Nigeria. In S. M. Ahmed, P. Hampton, S. Azhar, & A. D. Saul (Eds.), Collaboration and Integration in Construction, Engineering, Management and Technology: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Construction in the 21st Century, London 2019 (1-7). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-48465-1_1

Effective management of inventories has been widely acclaimed as an important panacea for sustainable construction project delivery. This paper evaluates inventory management practices in the Nigerian construction industry. To achieve this, the speci... Read More about Inventory Management and Construction Project Delivery in Nigeria.

An assessment of risks associated with contractor’s cash flow projections in South-South, Nigeria (2020)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., & Okolie, K. C. (2022). An assessment of risks associated with contractor’s cash flow projections in South-South, Nigeria. International journal of construction management, 22(11), 2051-2058. https://doi.org/10.1080/15623599.2020.1764752

Construction contracts have been widely acknowledged to be capital intensive, complicated, and risk prone. The purpose of the study is to assess risk factors affecting contractors’ cash flow for construction projects and examine their influence on co... Read More about An assessment of risks associated with contractor’s cash flow projections in South-South, Nigeria.

Post-occupancy evaluation of University of Uyo buildings (2020)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D., Udo, G., & Ofoegbu, M. (2020). Post-occupancy evaluation of University of Uyo buildings. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, 18(6), 1711-1730. https://doi.org/10.1108/jedt-11-2019-0303

Purpose This study aims to evaluate the performance of buildings in the University of Uyo using the post-occupancy evaluation (POE) technique. Design/methodology/approach A quantitative questionnaire survey is adopted in which 333 copies of a va... Read More about Post-occupancy evaluation of University of Uyo buildings.

Exploring Monte Carlo simulation technique for constrution project risk management (2018)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Ikediashi, D. I., & Ogwueleka, A. (2018, September). Exploring Monte Carlo simulation technique for constrution project risk management. Presented at Fourth International SEEDS Conference 2018, Dublin, Ireland

This paper aims to examine basic theories and principles of Monte Carlo Simulation (MCS) for analysing construction project risk management. The specific objectives are to review the origin of MSC, examine the basic principles and procedures of the t... Read More about Exploring Monte Carlo simulation technique for constrution project risk management.

Outsourcing as a strategy for facilities management provision in Nigerian universities (2018)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D., & Aigbavboa, C. (2019). Outsourcing as a strategy for facilities management provision in Nigerian universities. International journal of construction management, 19(4), 281-290. https://doi.org/10.1080/15623599.2018.1435235

Outsourcing in universities is a form of privatization in which external providers are contracted to provide a traditional campus function or service but has however remained relatively unexplored. The purpose of this study is to explore its use as a... Read More about Outsourcing as a strategy for facilities management provision in Nigerian universities.

Adoption of BIM Technologies for Facilities Management Roles in Nigeria: An Empirical Investigation (2017)
Book Chapter
Ikediashi, I., & Uyanga, J. (2017). Adoption of BIM Technologies for Facilities Management Roles in Nigeria: An Empirical Investigation. In Y. Wang, M. Al-Hussein, G. Q. Shen, & Y. Zhu (Eds.), ICCREM 2016: BIM Application and Off-Site Construction (1-10). American Society of Civil Engineers. https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784480274.001

Building information modelling (BIM) has been established as an emerging area of research based on the proposition that the BIM process of digitally generating, presenting and managing building information throughout the lifecycle of a facility can i... Read More about Adoption of BIM Technologies for Facilities Management Roles in Nigeria: An Empirical Investigation.

The Future of BIM Technologies in Africa: Prospects and Challenges (2017)
Book Chapter
Ogwueleka, A. C., & Ikediashi, D. I. (2017). The Future of BIM Technologies in Africa: Prospects and Challenges. In P. Wu, H. Li, & X. Wang (Eds.), Integrated Building Information Modelling (307-314). Bentham Science Publishers

The construction industry is undergoing a radical change as project owners are demanding for more project visibility at lower cost and better risk management; this has increased the use of new technologies in project implementations. The concept of i... Read More about The Future of BIM Technologies in Africa: Prospects and Challenges.

Facilities management outsourcing: theoretical trends and evidence from practice in Nigeria and United Kingdom (2016)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., & Odesola, I. A. (2016). Facilities management outsourcing: theoretical trends and evidence from practice in Nigeria and United Kingdom. International Journal of Strategic Property Management, 20(2), 207-219. https://doi.org/10.3846/1648715x.2015.1132789

Previous research has acknowledged facilities management (FM) as a discipline that optimises the delivery of facilities and its related services through use of high profile strategies that provide cost effective, high quality and integrated approach... Read More about Facilities management outsourcing: theoretical trends and evidence from practice in Nigeria and United Kingdom.

Assessing the use of ICT systems and their impact on construction project performance in the Nigerian construction industry (2016)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., & Ogwueleka, A. C. (2016). Assessing the use of ICT systems and their impact on construction project performance in the Nigerian construction industry. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, 14(2), 252-276. https://doi.org/10.1108/jedt-08-2014-0047

Purpose The use of information and communication technology (ICT) for business processes has witnessed exponential growth over the past two decades. This paper aims to explore the level of use of ICT infrastructure in the Nigerian construction indus... Read More about Assessing the use of ICT systems and their impact on construction project performance in the Nigerian construction industry.

Significant risk factors associated with facilities management (FM) outsourcing: A study on Nigeria’s public hospitals (2015)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., & Ogunlana, S. O. (2015). Significant risk factors associated with facilities management (FM) outsourcing: A study on Nigeria’s public hospitals. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 22(6), 771-796. https://doi.org/10.1108/ecam-03-2014-0046

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to extend the body of knowledge on healthcare facilities management (FM) by investigating the risks associated with outsourcing of FM services in hospitals. Design/methodology/approach The paper relied on two... Read More about Significant risk factors associated with facilities management (FM) outsourcing: A study on Nigeria’s public hospitals.

Service quality and user satisfaction of outsourced facilities management (FM) services in Nigeria’s public hospitals (2015)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., Ogunlana, S. O., & Odesola, I. A. (2015). Service quality and user satisfaction of outsourced facilities management (FM) services in Nigeria’s public hospitals. Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 5(4), 363-379. https://doi.org/10.1108/bepam-03-2014-0024

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the concepts of satisfaction and service quality of outsourced facilities management (FM) services. Design/methodology/approach An empirical survey of 208 stakeholders in Nigeria’s hospitals was us... Read More about Service quality and user satisfaction of outsourced facilities management (FM) services in Nigeria’s public hospitals.

Significant factors influencing outsourcing decision for facilities management (FM) services: A study on Nigeria’s public hospitals (2015)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D., & Okwuashi, O. (2015). Significant factors influencing outsourcing decision for facilities management (FM) services: A study on Nigeria’s public hospitals. Property Management, 33(1), 59-82. https://doi.org/10.1108/pm-04-2014-0018

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate and conceptualise significant factors influencing decision to outsource facilities management (FM) services in Nigeria’s public hospitals. Design/methodology/approach Data for this study were c... Read More about Significant factors influencing outsourcing decision for facilities management (FM) services: A study on Nigeria’s public hospitals.

Outsourcing of facilities management (FM) services in public hospitals: A study on Nigeria’s perspective (2015)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D., & Ekanem, A. M. (2015). Outsourcing of facilities management (FM) services in public hospitals: A study on Nigeria’s perspective. Journal of Facilities Management, 13(1), 85-102. https://doi.org/10.1108/jfm-06-2014-0017

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to extend the body of knowledge on health care facilities management (FM) by investigating the extent to which public hospitals in Nigeria have fared in terms of outsourced FM services. Design/methodology/appr... Read More about Outsourcing of facilities management (FM) services in public hospitals: A study on Nigeria’s perspective.

Analysis of Project Failure Factors for Infrastructure Projects in Saudi Arabia: A Multivariate Approach (2014)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., Ogunlana, S. O., & Alotaibi, A. (2014). Analysis of Project Failure Factors for Infrastructure Projects in Saudi Arabia: A Multivariate Approach. Journal of Construction in Developing Countries, 19(1), 35-52

The rapidly changing face of the Saudi construction industry occasioned by the boost in oil revenue means that the best project management practices must be given priority to be able to confront the challenges associated with the management of infras... Read More about Analysis of Project Failure Factors for Infrastructure Projects in Saudi Arabia: A Multivariate Approach.

Modelling the impact of outsourcing decisions on facilities management service-level performance: a case of Nigeria’s public hospitals (2014)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D., & Mbamali, I. (2014). Modelling the impact of outsourcing decisions on facilities management service-level performance: a case of Nigeria’s public hospitals. Construction Management and Economics, 32(11), 1130-1147. https://doi.org/10.1080/01446193.2014.961497

The evolving trends within the facilities management (FM) domain over the past decades mean that it is becoming increasingly complex while the interrelationship between FM services provision and the decision to outsource has added more pressure to th... Read More about Modelling the impact of outsourcing decisions on facilities management service-level performance: a case of Nigeria’s public hospitals.

An investigation on policy direction and drivers for sustainable facilities management practice in Nigeria (2014)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., Ogunlana, S. O., & Ujene, A. O. (2014). An investigation on policy direction and drivers for sustainable facilities management practice in Nigeria. Journal of Facilities Management, 12(3), 303-322. https://doi.org/10.1108/jfm-02-2013-0013

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the state of sustainable facilities management (FM) practice in Nigeria particularly, as it relates to the sustainability policy and key drivers for sustainable FM practice among corporate organisa... Read More about An investigation on policy direction and drivers for sustainable facilities management practice in Nigeria.

Determinants of outsourcing decision for facilities management (FM) services provision (2014)
Journal Article
I. Ikediashi, D., O. Ogunlana, S., & Boateng, P. (2014). Determinants of outsourcing decision for facilities management (FM) services provision. Facilities, 32(9/10), 472-489. https://doi.org/10.1108/f-06-2012-0047

Purpose This paper aims to examine key determinants that influence the decision to outsource facilities management (FM) services. FM is said to be acquiring increasing popularity all over the globe, with several sourcing strategies springing up for... Read More about Determinants of outsourcing decision for facilities management (FM) services provision.

A Conceptual Model for Analysing Impact of Outsourcing Decision on FM Service-Level Performance (2013)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Ikediashi, D., Ogunlana, S., & Bowles, G. (2013, October). A Conceptual Model for Analysing Impact of Outsourcing Decision on FM Service-Level Performance. Presented at ICCREM 2013: International Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management, Karlsruhe, Germany

Literature has established FM as one of the most thriving disciplines in the property and construction industry domain. The general submission is that it has transformed over the years from what was traditionally perceived to be mere facilities maint... Read More about A Conceptual Model for Analysing Impact of Outsourcing Decision on FM Service-Level Performance.

Structural equation model for analysing critical risks associated with facilities management outsourcing and its impact on firm performance (2013)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., Ogunlana, S. O., & Udo, G. (2013). Structural equation model for analysing critical risks associated with facilities management outsourcing and its impact on firm performance. Journal of Facilities Management, 11(4), 323-338. https://doi.org/10.1108/jfm-10-2012-0046

Purpose This study aimed to develop and empirically test a structural equation model for investigating risk factors associated with outsourcing of facilities management (FM) services and its impact on firm performance (FP). Design/methodology/app... Read More about Structural equation model for analysing critical risks associated with facilities management outsourcing and its impact on firm performance.

Key Performance Indicators of Design and Build Projects in Nigeria (2012)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., Mendie, A., Achuenu, E., & Oladokun, M. G. (2012). Key Performance Indicators of Design and Build Projects in Nigeria. Journal of Human Ecology, 37(1), 37-46. https://doi.org/10.31901/24566608.2012/37.01.06

The Nigerian Construction Industry has witnessed the evolution of many procurement systems including Design-Build, mainly due to perceived failures of the one-way traditional Design approach. The study, therefore, aims to develop a set of key perform... Read More about Key Performance Indicators of Design and Build Projects in Nigeria.

An Evaluation of Personnel Training Policies of Construction Companies in Nigeria (2012)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., Ogunlana, S. O., Awodele, O. A., & Okwuashi, O. (2012). An Evaluation of Personnel Training Policies of Construction Companies in Nigeria. Journal of Human Ecology, 40(3), 229-238. https://doi.org/10.31901/24566608.2012/40.03.04

Construction companies are the engines that propel the construction sector of any nation's economy, and are therefore expected to vigorously train their workforce to effectively match this responsibility. This study investigates the personnel trainin... Read More about An Evaluation of Personnel Training Policies of Construction Companies in Nigeria.

An Appraisal of Facilities Management Practice in Nigeria: A Perceptual Survey (2012)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., Ogunlana, S. O., & Awodele, A. (2012). An Appraisal of Facilities Management Practice in Nigeria: A Perceptual Survey. International Journal of Applied Environmental Sciences, 7(3), 259-271

Facilities management has transformed over the years from what was traditionally perceived to be mere facilities maintenance to a profession that integrates the management of an organization's buildings and infrastructure in order to create an enviro... Read More about An Appraisal of Facilities Management Practice in Nigeria: A Perceptual Survey.

Analysis of risks associated with facilities management outsourcing: A multivariate approach (2012)
Journal Article
Ikediashi, D. I., Ogunlana, S. O., Boateng, P., & Okwuashi, O. (2012). Analysis of risks associated with facilities management outsourcing: A multivariate approach. Journal of Facilities Management, 10(4), 301-316. https://doi.org/10.1108/14725961211265756

Purpose The purpose of this study is to analyse the risk factors associated with outsourcing of facilities management (FM) services. Design/methodology/approach The study administered questionnaires on 146 registered members of International Fac... Read More about Analysis of risks associated with facilities management outsourcing: A multivariate approach.

Outsourcing of facilities management services in Nigeria's public universities (2012)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Ikediashi, D. I., Ogunlana, S. O., Bowles, G., & Mbamali, I. (2012, July). Outsourcing of facilities management services in Nigeria's public universities. Presented at 4th West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, Abuja, Nigeria

Outsourcing has become one of the most researched areas in management studies due to its rising profile as a management strategy for improving service delivery. It is a strategy that is gaining popularity among public institutions particularly Nigeri... Read More about Outsourcing of facilities management services in Nigeria's public universities.