Subject: Management. Industrial management | HD28-70 | Developing Countries; Concurrent Engineering; Kendall’s Coefficient of Concordance; Severity Index
It is the consensus of scholars that the productivity of the construction industry is very low when compared with other industries. Concurrent Engineering (CE), which has a primary goal of reducing the total time from designing a product to releasing it into the market,... View more
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