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IGLC 2011 Special Issue

ISSN 1555-1369

  1. Rooke, John A & Alan Mossman (2011) Editorial: IGLC 2011 Special Issue. Lean Construction Journal IGLC Special Issue 2011 pp i-iii
  2. Koskela, Lauri (2011) Fifty Years of Irrelevance: the Wild Goose Chase of Management Science. Lean Construction Journal IGLC Special Issue 2011 pp 1-11
  3. Ballard, Glenn & Lauri Koskela (2011) A response to critics of lean construction. Lean Construction Journal IGLC Special Issue 2011 pp 13-22
  4. Pasquire, Christine & Piers Connor (2011) Where does the Theory Informing the International Group for Lean Construction Come From? Lean Construction Journal IGLC Special Issue 2011 pp23-32
  5. Bertelsen, Sven & Sten Bonke (2011) Transformation-Flow-Value as a strategic tool in Project Production. Lean Construction Journal IGLC Special Issue 2011 pp 33-40
  6. Samudio, M.; Alves, T.C.L.; Chambers, D. (2011) Employing the principle of “going and seeing” to construction. Lean Construction Journal IGLC Special Issue 2011 pp 41-53.
  7. Viana, Daniela Dietz, Carlos Torres Formoso & Eduardo Luís Isatto (2011) Modelling the network of commitments in the Last Planner System. Lean Construction Journal IGLC Special Issue 2011 pp55-67
  8. Jylhä, Tuuli & Junnila, Seppo (2011) The end-customer value loss in a construction project. Lean Construction Journal IGLC Special Issue 2011 pp 69-81
  9. Izquierdo, Jorge L; Cerf, Mario & Gómez, Santiago A. (2011) Lean Construction Education: Basic Management Functions Workshop. Lean Construction Journal IGLC Special Issue 2011 pp 83-94

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