Construction Project Management Research Compendium. Volume 7

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The construction industry plays an important role in economic uplift, generates substantial employment, and provides an impetus of growth for other sectors through backward and forward linkages. Construction project management continues to gain headlines as demand within the construction industry escalates. The ability to deliver excellent quality standards in the most productive manner possible is the hallmark of successful construction organizations in this age of intense global competition. The book delivers a great mix of knowledge presenting various aspects of construction project management. (Imprint: Nova)

Chapter 1. Fifteen Years of Theory in Project Management: A Review
Nathan Johnson, Todd Creasy, and Yang Fan

Chapter 2. Impacts of Placement and Work Experience on Construction Education
Ping Yung, Ka Chi Lam, and Chenyun Yu

Chapter 3. Knowledge Management Practices in Small-Medium Sized Building Firms
Sepani Senaratne and Antoni Bacic

Chapter 4. Knowledge, Attitude and Training on Preventing Work-Related Musculoskeletal Symptoms in the Construction Industry
Vivian W. Y. Tam and Ivan W. H. Fung

Chapter 5. Just-In-Time (JIT) Management in the Ready Mixed Concrete Industry in Singapore
Faisal M. Arain, Sui Pheng Low, and Min Wu

Chapter 6. Integration of Quality Measure in Project Control System
Abdul Rahman Ramakrishna Bin Abdullah, Abdul Rahman Hamzah, Mohd Yusof Ismail, and Ahmad Rosdan Ab Razak

Chapter 7. Integrated Interpretive Structural Modeling and Fuzzy Approach for Project Risk Management of Ports
Debasis Sarkar and Sashank Panchal

Chapter 8. An Exploration of the Link between the Operational Structure and Outcomes of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Urban Housing in Nigeria
Eziyi O. Ibem, Egidario B. Aduwo, and Oluwole A. Alagbe

Chapter 9. Modeling of the Competitiveness Strategies of Contractors in Palestine
Nabil Ibrahim El Sawalhi and Amany Nasser Shrair

Chapter 10. Rethinking Methodology in Project Management Consulting Context
M. Adesi, D. Owusu-Manu, and E. Badu

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